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Captain America – Shield on Navy T-Shirt Size M

Added on September 21, 2017 in More Patriotic Shirts
$5,000.00 Add To Cart
Amazon.com price at April 19, 2020 2:09 am EST -Details

This officially licensed Captain America features the classic red, white, and blue Captain’s shield on a royal blue tee. Product Features Officially licensed Adult sizes Machine washable Release your inner hero

This officially licensed Captain America features the classic red, white, and blue Captain’s shield on a royal blue tee.

Product Features

  • Officially licensed
  • Adult sizes
  • Machine washable
  • Release your inner hero

Comments

BusyMommy says:

Awesome shirt I bought this for my husband and he absolutely loves it, especially because of the distressed look. He normally wears a size medium t-shirt, but if things run smaller or tend to be a little tighter (he doesn’t care for the muscle-shirt look) he usually wears a large, so based on the previous reviews saying these shirts ran small I bought a large. It came and ended up being way too big! I returned it and bought a medium instead and it fits him perfectly, just how he likes, so I would say they…

David & Karol says:

The graphic feels like some sort of soft plasticy iron on thing Size is as expected, but I ordered the distressed navy and the picture appeared to be distressed and screen printed per the website. I received a shirt where the graphic was not distressed or screen printed. The graphic feels like some sort of soft plasticy iron on thing. Buyer beware.

Andrew Sherman says:

Perfectly fine t-shirt for the reluctant hero This is a perfectly fine t-shirt. I started with 5 stars, but it occurred to me that there are t-shirts out there that are made from finer quality materials. This is just you’re average cotton t-shirt, like most of the black concert t’s you buy. I like the logo faded and the blue dark. There are plenty of Captain America T’s out there, but as a grown man wearing it casually, I don’t want the color or brightness pushing on the eyes of observers. I’m not trying to broadcast my comic-book mind, or…

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