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A New Classic in Comfort
This t-shirt has become my favourite to work with. No matter when I put it on, freshly arrived from the warehouse or the one that has been in my drawer now for a couple years; feels like I have been wearing them both for years. Perfectly soft, cozy, durable and well, they just feel like home.
The "heather" fabrics are a combination of 52% combed ringspun cotton and 48% polyester; in order to achieve the look of the fabric. With the solid colours coming at you with 100% ringspun combed cotton.
The perfect amount of stretch in each t-shirt.
Great for layering on cooler days and the perfect summer t-shirt or as a beach/pool cover up!
The more you spend the more discount you earn against your shipping charges!
When your TURNIP TEEZ totals hit the subtotal amounts listed below I will discount your cart to offset any shipping charges; still giving you the freedom to decide which shipping method suits you best.
- Subtotal of $50 to $99 - receive an instant $5 credit
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Remember each order is made to order and we have a unique refund policy.
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