Bartender My Craft Allows Me To Fix Anything Polo Shirt

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  • 100% Woven Polyester Fabric, offers outstanding durability, insulation, and wrinkle resistance.
  • Machine wash in cold with similar colors/no bleach/low iron.
  • About Shirts: Regular fit, lightweight, all over printing shirt featuring spread collar and short sleeve.
  • About Shorts: Flat-front casual all over printing short with side pockets, mid rise, elastic waistband.
  • Provides the most stylish and comfortable Shirts which can be worn in all occasions.
  • The color could be slightly different between on the screen and in practice.

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