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Powered by empanadas ;Classic silhouette, 100% cotton TeeRemovable tag for comfort




products are proudly printed in the *United States*

You'll be the biggest fan around of this 100% ring spun cotton tee.
• 4.5-ounce, 100% ring spun cotton, 30 singles
• 1x1 rib knit collar
• Shoulder to shoulder back neck tape

All products are made to order and printed to the best standards available. They do not include embellishments, such as rhinestones

Due to the printing process, on occasion, the wearable may have marks from the press that is used to cure the ink into the wearable. These will come out after the first wash.
Order will ship 10 - 14 days after order unless the expedite fee is paid

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