Firefly Class Transport
"You buy this ship - treat her proper - she'll be with you for the rest of your life."
"Treat her proper" in this case means "machine wash cold and lay flat to dry." You accidentally wash it on hot and throw it in the dryer on high heat? She'll be with you for the rest of your life if there are reavers around the corner.
Serenity. Despite all the bailing wire and duct tape, it's a thing of beauty, majestic in its own way. Sometimes, you can just sit and stare, wonder at it. It represents Freedom. The freedom to come and go as you please. The freedom to make port in one place, move some goods, collect some coin, and move on to another. The freedom to fly. Unfortunately, you're not free to keep one of these things in your office or workspace - a Firefly-class transport ship weighs some 285,000 pounds, and is almost 270 feet long. Also, the outrigger turbine pods have a strong tendency to suck in people what stand too close to 'em. So you'll have to settle for this shirt.
An image of Serenity and the words "Firefly Class Transport Ship / Est. 2517" in black ink on the front of a charcoal heather, 50% cotton / 50% polyester shirt. Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry. Imported.