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Stand For The Flag Kneel For The Cross Shirt

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3 reviews for Stand For The Flag Kneel For The Cross Shirt

  1. Tina Madson

    Beautiful colors exactly as pictured. Quality material- maybe a smidge larger than expected. Fits comfortably. Not snuggly on your muscles if that’s what you’re looking for,

  2. James Bunn

    These fit me great…although – a bit unusual for a tshirt, there’s a seam running up and down both sides of the body. Most tshirts are a solid chunk of material around the body. There’s no issue having these seams though – the shirt is QUITE comfortable, and I’ve finally found a length I like. I used to buy Costco brand tshirts, but their tshirts seem to be practically floor-length anymore (LOL). They are FAR to long in the body to be worn outside of jeans anymore!

  3. Leticia Hunter

    Finally, a soft shirt that is loose enough to move around in. The collar is not loose like on many shirts and actually looks like a collar, not a melon hole. The next thing I like is the softness, as someone who is extremely picky when it comes to shirts, these fit the bill. Finally is the length, I’m 5’9 and ordered the large and they are not baggy, nor are they tight. Reaching up will not expose the belly! These are now my go-to shirts and will definitely buy more.

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