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The world needs more cowboys t-shirt teeThe world needs more cowboys t-shirt tee

The World Needs More Cowboys t-shirt in Dark chocolate

0610101-071104

80.00

A truly vintage t-shirt means tubular knit. It’s old-school, but to the t-shirt connoisseur, there is NO alternative. The absence of side-seams yields comfort that is unrivaled. It is the original way to produce a t-shirt  and the hall-mark of 1950’s style t-shirts. Like the original tees of the 50’s our tees are all done using the same tubular construction with no side seams adding an incredible fit and durability. The shoulders and neck are taped, which adds effort to construction, but provides an extra touch of structure to the garment. In addition we have added double-needle stitching at the sleeves and bottom hem to make it extra durable. Lastly set-in sleeves and a 7/8” set-in rib-collar has been added, which means no visible seams along the neck and shoulders. Done in a sturdy and robust 100% cotton, knitted with a 18/1 threadwidth and preshrunk so it stays true-to-size by reducing shrinkage. The motif has been screen printed using Plastisol ink and heat pressed to our tees in our Copenhagen studio.
  • Tubular construction with no side seams
  • Seamless set-in 7/8" rib collar
  • Seamless shoulder seam
  • 6 oz./yd², 100% cotton (Athletic Heather is 90% cotton, 10% polyester)
  • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping for extra strength
  • Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem
  • Preshrunk to minimize shrinkage
  • Screen printed artwork using Plastisol ink
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