Working Person’s Store offers a wide selection of long-lasting, durable children’s shirts from such manufacturers as Carhartt and Dickies. The selections include casual t-shirts and henleys, plus classic polo styles and short- and long-sleeved oxford cloth shirts. The polo shirts and oxfords are ideal for school uniforms or when Mom wants the... kids to look a little nicer. Several of the polo and oxford styles are logo-free as required by many schools that have a uniform dress code. Most of the oxford shirts are made from a 4-ounce fabric that is a blend of 70% cotton and 30% polyester. This makes these shirts easy-care, machine washable and comfortable. If you demand durability and quality from the clothes you buy for your children, take a look at what we offer. (Learn More About Kids Shirts)(See less)
Dickies Clothing: Kid's White Oxford Short Sleeve Shirt KS920 WH
$12.00 CLOSEOUT $3.27 3 Reviews 2
Under Armour Sweatshirts: Boy's Blue 1238336 406 ColdGear Storm Sweatshirt
$50.00 Free Shipping 2 Reviews 25
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