Japan Torii Tee

Men's Slim Fit T-Shirt

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Japan Torii Tee
Japan Torii Tee
Japan Torii Tee
Japan Torii Tee
Japan Torii Tee
Japan Torii Tee
Japan Torii Tee
Japan Torii Tee
Japan Torii Tee
Japan Torii Tee

Japan Torii Tee

Men's Slim Fit T-Shirt

 (53)

£18.99
incl. VAT (EU), Plus delivery.
slimmer fitSize chart

 Men's Slim Fit T-Shirt is in stock. We will print it as soon as you order it.

Delivery time: 3-6 working days
Slim fitting t-shirt for men, 100% cotton, Brand: Stedman

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Description

Body fit: This T-shirt cuts a slender silhouette, and the formfitting shape gives you the touchy-feely look that goes with comfort wear and room to move.
  • formfitting
  • tight and short sleeves
  • flexible and finely woven fabrics: 160g/m²
  • Material: 100% cotton

Size hint

Product dimensions measured on a flatly laid out product.

Size
A (inch)
B (inch)
S
27.17
17.72
M
27.95
18.9
L
28.74
20.08
XL
29.53
21.26

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Customer feedback

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1/10/19

Lovely material, fits him really well, the grey sometimes looks brown in the right light but he quite likes that about it

1/7/19

really like it thanks, but even more so like the fact that I ordered two for size and you don't want the small one back - what a change! thank you!

12/27/18

Brilliant service, quick delivery and great shirt!

12/26/18

Seems fine to me.

12/22/18

Love this product!!
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Design Details

Japan Torii Slide

Japan Torii Slide

Japan is a snowboarding Mecca; it offers incredible volumes of powder, a crazy cultural adventure and the chance to buy beer from a vending machine. This snowboarder is sliding a "torii". These are seen throughout Japan, from mountain shrines to inner city Tokyo and mark the entrance to a sacred space. The Japanese characters (kanji) read "Nihon" - meaning Japan.