Dierks Bentley has found a special way to honor service members this Veterans Day.

The country superstar is releasing a limited-edition T-shirt through his collection, Desert Son, under the men's clothing brand Flag & Anthem. The new shirt design features Bentley's signature "Riser" bird logo in a camouflage print on a black T-shirt. All of the proceeds from the sale of the T-shirts will benefit Folds of Honor, a nonprofit that provides scholarships to family members of fallen veterans, and servicemen and women who are disabled.

A longtime supporter of veterans, Bentley has aligned with Folds of Honor, Wounded Warrior Project and more. His father, Leon Bentley, was an army lieutenant during World War II.

"The Mountain" singer launched Desert Son in February 2018 — it's a clothing line that mainly caters to men that, offering a range of items, from graphic tees to hats. Bentley created a collection that embraces his own sense of fashion with his stylist, Annie Psaltiras.

"I love clothes that are perfectly worn-in like you’ve had them a lifetime, but can also take the wear and tear that comes from an active lifestyle," he explained at the time of the brand's launch. "The Flag & Anthem guys have been doing it at the highest level and have helped me put together a collection that I think is totally authentic to me and one that hopefully people all over the country will dig too."

Bentley recently celebrated his seventeenth No. 1 single when "Living" reached the top spot on the Billboard Country Airplay chart in September 2019.

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