This U.S. Army 100th Division shirt is a reproduction of an original WWII PT shirt from a photograph in our collection. This WWII T Shirt has U.S. Army 100th Division on the front with the 100th Infantry Division’s shield insignia.
On November 15, 1042, the 100th Infantry Division was reactivated at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. In late 1943, the 100th Division was sent on winter maneuvers in the Tennessee mountains. Then in 1944, the 100th Infantry Division was sent to Fort Bragg for further training.
During WWII, athletic style tshirts were available for purchase at the PX and were commonly used in training and athletic situations. PT shirts with a variety of different unit logos are well documented in many WWII photographs.
This replica WWII tee shirt is screened by hand and variation in colors naturally occur. Our WWII Reproduction PT shirts have a spec tag screened inside the neck.
Just like the original t shirts, this reproduction is 100% cotton with a period correct narrow 5/8″ neck, shorter sleeves and a slim/snug fit. These WWII Reproductions are true to size. This WWII US Army 100th Infantry Division t-shirt comes in men’s sizes. Women’s sizes are available upon request. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org