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The Key Men's 860 63 Red Long-Sleeve Pocket Work T-Shirt is the color of brick, one of the strongest building materials available. It's what the smart Little Pig used for his house, and it kept him safe from wind. But here's a secret about strength: the strongest, ... (see full details) (see specifications) #KEY860-63.
Key Shirts: Men's 860 63 Brick Red Long-Sleeve Pocket T-Shirt
The Key Men's 860 63 Red Long-Sleeve Pocket Work T-Shirt is the color of brick, one of the strongest building materials available. It's what the smart Little Pig used for his house, and it kept him safe from wind. But here's a secret about strength: the strongest, best materials know how to give against impact, and flex to remain whole. When it comes to clothing, real strength comes from softness.
This long-sleeved, brick red shirt is made with heavyweight, 100% cotton fabric. All-natural cotton is wispy and prone to falling apart when it's sold as little balls of fluff, but when it's heavyweight fabric it's a whole different story. The fabric of this Key shirt is tough and breathable, machine-washable and soft against the skin.
The shoulder, back, and neck seams have been taped for strength. Taping adds wear-resistance that prevents fraying. The hemmed sleeves and hemmed bottom have neat, crisp edges to give the long-sleeve shirt extra durability. The Key Men's 860 63 Red Long Sleeve Pocket Cotton T-Shirt has a single, left check pocket to give you storage space. All good stories have a moral, and here’s ours: it takes a lot of strength to be very soft.
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Key long sleeve pocketed t shirt...
I ordered this shirt when weather was cool in NC and needed long sleeve t-shirt when motorcycle riding. I wore my lined denim jacket when colder weather riding . I love the extra room in the Key long sleeve t shirts. The color looks great as well as the fit. Great quality from everything ordered from Workingpaerson.com