Grenada polo shirts by Coats of Arms are only made with the best organic Egyptian cotton and non-toxic dyes.
The coat of arms was created after the independence in 1974. The shield is divided into four quarters, and the caravel of Christopher Columbus is placed in its center.
Golden lions appear in two of the quadrants (inspired by the British crown).
The lily reminds us of the Catholic population of the island. In the other two quadrants there is a golden crescent moon.
Seven roses symbolize the seven parishes of Grenada. The shield is supported by a Grenada dove and an armadillo, both native species. The base represents a lake which stresses the importance of Grenada’s Grand Etang lake.
The country's motto: "Ever conscious of God we aspire, build and advance as one people" ("Always mindful of God, we aspire, build and move forward as a united people").