Kitchen Towel | Man on the Moon
Neil Armstrong was an astronaut and aeronautical engineer who was the first person to walk on the Moon. Neil hails from the small town of Wapakoneta, Ohio where the Neil Armstrong Air & Space Museum is. He was also a naval aviator, test pilot, and university professor.
"He brought wood from the Wright brothers' plane propeller and fabric from the upper wing on the Lunar Module Eagle, just a dozen or so inches of the machine that made the first flight just 66 years earlier. They were also two parts of a vision forged in Dayton, some 60 miles south of the farmhouse where Armstrong was born." - Carol Motsinger, Cincinnati Enquirer
- 28 x 28" natural, ring-spun cotton towel
- These hardworking towels are great for drying, cleaning or dusting.
- Machine washable, and easily withstand frequent washings. Made for repeated daily use.
Inspired by history. Fueled by heritage. Designed and printed in Troy, Ohio
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