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BNFW Triple Tap Unisex Triblend Tee

BNFW Triple Tap Unisex Triblend Tee

Regular price $30.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $30.00 USD
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Death or Glory!  The skull and crossbones actually has several legends about how gained its historical status, but for us today it embodies the spirits of adventure and freedom, as well as a warning that danger awaits the fool who crosses the line.  The BNFW Triple Tap Roger is an statement of our love of freedom and independence, and a warning to those who wish us harm, DON'T CROSS THAT LINE...

This Triblend tee combines the comfort of cotton with the durability of polyester to create a unique, unisex t-shirt that is impeccable in quality and style. Each shirt comes with side seams to remain like new for longer, shoulder tapes that prevent stretching and a ribbed knit collar that helps retain the shirt’s shape.

.: 50% Polyester 25% Combed and ring-spun Cotton 25% Rayon
.: Extra Light fabric (3.8 oz/yd² (110 g/m²))
.: Sewn in label
.: Retail Fit

Width, in 16.50 17.99 20.00 21.97 23.98 25.98
Length, in 26.97 27.99 28.98 30.00 30.98 31.97
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Customer Reviews

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Frank Zimmerman
Pleasantly Surprised

A friends Brother started this company, so i ordered 2 tees cause friends support friends. But when they arrived And I put them on I was immediately pleased with how they fit and how comfortable the fabric is. The Art on them is centered extremely well. Ive bought Tee's that cost two and three times as much as these and they couldn't hold a candle to comfort and quality im experiencing with this purchase. I will be watching your product lines for future Introductions and will be telling any friends that ask where to get these kaf tee's. I got the Triple Tap and Say When. Being a Biker they had the most appealed to me best. Look forward to seeing your conpany grow Scott. If all of your customer responses are as quick and helpful as like the one you gave me, You are Going To WOW everyone into being a loyal customer... Frank Zimmerman 67 year old malcontent in Central Arkansas