Become an explorer!
The Sputnik satellite kicked off the Space Age in 1957, when landing on the moon was a sheer dream. Since then, NASA has launched 135 missions and recently began a new chapter by partnering with US companies to expand exploration of Mars.
“The moon was the logical next step, then the planets, and then--Who knows? The sky was no longer the limit for human aspiration. The explorer's spirit that had taken humankind to the remotest corners of the earth now reached for an immensely grander horizon, an infinite frontier limited only by our courage and technology.” - Carl McNair
Grab your cape and develop your explorer's spirit with Ronald McNair, space pioneer.
Reversible: the front features a vintage design of a space shuttle launching into space; the back features a lightning bolt pattern.
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100% organic cotton canvas printed with organic inks. Ethically crafted in India.
One-size with adjustable Velcro closure at neck. Capes are 28" long in total and 20" long from the back collar to the bottom.
Machine wash warm. Wash with like colors. Tumble dry low.