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Men's Premium T-Shirt

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uncle-sam-1812

Men's Premium T-Shirt

CAD$30.63
slimmer fit

 Men's Premium T-Shirt is in stock. We will print it as soon as you order it.

Ready to ship in 2-4 days
Classic cut T-shirt for men, 100% cotton (Heather gray and heather ice blue are 95% cotton/5% viscose. Heather blue & charcoal gray are 80% cotton/20% polyester. Heather burgundy is 60% cotton/40% polyester. Heather oatmeal is 99% cotton/1% viscose) Brand: Spreadshirt

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This premium T-shirt is as close to perfect as can be. It's optimized for all types of print and will quickly become your favorite T-shirt. Soft, comfortable and durable, this is a definite must-own.
  • Brand: Spreadshirt
  • 100% cotton (heather gray and heather ice blue are 95% cotton /5% viscose. Heather blue & charcoal gray are 80% cotton/20% polyester. Heather burgundy is 60% cotton/40% polyester. Heather oatmeal is 99% cotton/1% viscose) | Fabric Weight: 4.42 oz (lightweight)
  • Wide range of sizes from S-5XL
  • Fairly produced, certified and triple audited.
  • Double stitched, reinforced seams at shoulder, sleeve, collar and waist
  • Optimized for beautiful brilliance across all printing methods
  • Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.

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4.5 Total stars

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2020-03-31

It’s all good Thank you 😊

2020-03-31

Bring this shirt back! I want more!

2020-03-31

All in all I love the product

2020-03-31

Bad quality, sonic logo fades after first wash

2020-03-29

I ordered multiple shirts and sizes. The fit for the large and extra large was fine they were just a little long. The medium was fine.
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During the War of 1812, he supplied meat to the U.S. Army. The boxes were stamped with "U.S." for United States, which the soldiers joked meant "Uncle Sam" for the man who was supplying their food.