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Men's Graphic T-Shirt - Altitude Adjustment large version
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Graphic T-Shirt - Altitude Adjustment

Regular Price$25.00Sale Price$14.99
Product rating 3.5 of 5 stars
2
Regular
ColorCharcoal Htr
Clearance
Charcoal Htr
XXL
  • Easy Care
Product Description

Our graphic T-shirts raise the bar on comfort and quality. Sporting exclusive screenprint images, each shirt is purposely developed using a soft, lighter weight cotton/polyester. The cool, comfortable fabric resists shrinkage, won't twist out of shape after washing, and holds its color, even through regular use.

Features
  • Classic: A universal fit. Not too slim, not too relaxed on body.
Care
Machine wash cold with like colors. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low.
Materials
  • 52% cotton/48% polyester
Reviews
3.5 out of 5 star rating
Product rating 3.5 of 5 stars
2 Reviews
100% recommend this item
Fitness meter label is moderately large
Fit:
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  • mike | Verified user
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    Fitness meter label is moderately large
    Fit:
    SmallLarge
    fits right
    Jun 25, 2019

    i normally wear medium but this in small fits right. hollister i wear large or xl, marmut a medium so this in small feels right

  • David L. | Verified user
    Gender
    Height 6'5"
    Type Regular
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    Fitness meter label is very large
    Fit:
    SmallLarge
    These shirts are HUGE
    Jun 18, 2019

    I love the look, the feel, the quality of these shirts. BUT -- I'm 6'5", 230lbs (ish...) I wear XL shirts, and often find that T-shirts are still a little snug. So I ordered six new EB shirts to refresh my summer closet. I can't wear ANY of them - they hang on me like tents. In fact, maybe they should be sold as 'gear,' because as apparel they simply don't work. I'm donating them to our local men's shelter - somebody will get some nice new shirts. I have considered re-ordering in a smaller size, because I really do like them - but (even when they are on clearance) that's suddenly a significant outlay of cash to have a handful of new t-shirts. Probably not worth it....