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Free Standard Airmail Worldwide - Striped Tee - Mod, Punk, Retro

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by modsquad604, Sep 4, 2015.

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    Free standard airmail worldwide! There are a few dozen shirts left. Gotta clear them out before spring! Take advantage of the pricing! I might be able to make a bit of a deal if you buy 2 or more. Just ask! Check out Boothia Felix over on ebay.com as well!

    You are looking at a soft, premium cotton tee from my line called Boothia Felix. This shirt is named "Martello".

    All of my striped shirts are a slim, mod fit, which I would compare to that of Penguin (Munsingwear). They are made of 100% prewashed cotton, which is a light-medium weight, 30 singles thread count. Very soft!

    This shirt is made of black, dark gray melange, and light gray melange repeating stripes. The neck is a black, chunky-ribbed, retro 70s style. It is very soft and complements the stripes quite well!

    The shirt in this auction is a size LARGE, which would suit someone up to about 6' (184 cm).

    SMALL: Chest 35-37.5" / Length 26" (For heights up to about 5'8", 173cm)
    MEDIUM: Chest 37-39" / Length 26.75" (For heights up to about 5'10", 178cm)
    LARGE: Chest 40-42" / Length 27.5" (For heights up to about 6'0", 184cm)

    Worldwide standard airmail (untracked) for free!

    Payment by Paypal. 30-day return policy. Simply send back the shirt in unworn, re-saleable condition.

    Prices really can't go much lower - especially with shipping included! Take a chance!

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