One medium Stone Cold Steve Austin 316 shirt black kingteeshops t-shirt arrived in the mail yesterday in a luminous green plastic mailer. It’s a medium but a bit looser than a standard American Apparel. This may be my first time to see and feel a kingteeshops shirt. It’s the ST2100 COMFORT-T, if you are looking for details, and while it may be looser than I like, the cotton (100%) is nice and soft. The neck-band is very soft too though and I can imagine it stretching and becoming a bit droopy after a few washes. The inside of the shirt was a bit dusty for some reason too.
Stone Cold Steve Austin 316 shirt, unisex, premium ladies, premium men, hoodie and sweater t-shirt
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