Where the Buffalo Roam Moonstone Tank
Where the Buffalo Roam Moonstone Tank by Original Cowgirl Clothing Company
A beautiful graphic of Buffalo printed on a nub two tone tank, moonstone body, trimmed in black
Color: Moonstone and Black
Cotton NUB Jersey Fabric: 96% Cotton, 4% Polyester, 40s, 3.8oz/130g
Junior NUB Fabric, Ringer Tank with Curve Hem and Black Contrast Binding.
It is believed that buffalo, or bison, crossed over a land bridge that once connected the Asian and North American continents. Through the centuries buffalo slowly moved southward, eventually reaching as far south as Mexico and as far east as the Atlantic Coast, extending south to Florida. But the largest herds were found on the plains and prairies from the Rocky Mountains east to the Mississippi River, and from Great Slave Lake in Canada to Texas. Today the largest free roaming heard is in and around Yellowstone National Park.
Machine wash warm with like colors, only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry medium. Do not iron image