Crew Change Day -- Long-sleeve tee

Men's Long Sleeve T-Shirt

Crew Change Day -- Long-sleeve tee
Crew Change Day -- Long-sleeve tee
Crew Change Day -- Long-sleeve tee
Crew Change Day -- Long-sleeve tee
Crew Change Day -- Long-sleeve tee
Crew Change Day -- Long-sleeve tee
Crew Change Day -- Long-sleeve tee
Crew Change Day -- Long-sleeve tee
Crew Change Day -- Long-sleeve tee
Crew Change Day -- Long-sleeve tee

Crew Change Day -- Long-sleeve tee

Men's Long Sleeve T-Shirt

$25.49
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 Men's Long Sleeve T-Shirt is in stock and ready to be personalized when you order it.

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Standard weight long sleeve t-shirt for men, 100% cotton, heather gray is 90% cotton/10% poly and heather black is 50% cotton/50% poly. Brand: Fruit of the Loom or Hanes

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Description

Great for tossing around the pigskin in the fall or for layering in the winter, this long sleeve t-shirt should have a place in every man’s drawer. The heavyweight fabric makes this item a versatile must-own for every season — it’s not too light for chilly days, and not too heavy for the warmer ones — it’s just right.
  • 100% cotton. Heather gray is 90% cotton/10% poly, Heather Black is 50% cotton/50% poly | Fabric Weight: 5 oz (heavyweight)
  • Double-stitched collar and waist
  • Reinforced shoulder construction maintains shape after repeated washings
  • Ribbed collar and cuffs
  • Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.

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Product dimensions measured on a flatly laid out product.

Size
A (inch)
B (inch)
C (inch)
S
27.99
17.99
24.49
M
28.98
20.0
24.72
L
30.0
21.97
25.0
XL
30.98
23.98
25.0
2XL
31.97
25.98
25.24
3XL
33.46
27.48
27.48

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Design details

CrewChangeDay

CrewChangeDay

This shirt celebrates the favorite day of any mariner's hitch with a happy warning to his partner back home. Taken directly from the pages (p. 117 to be precise) of Pub. 102, the International Code of Signals, the Mike-Kilo-Foxtrot signal relates to a medical condition. One that the "sufferer" should seek immediate medical attention for if it persists more than four hours, at least according to some of the ads we've seen on TV

Tags: signal flags, sailor, mike-kilo-foxtrot, merchant marine, maritime, mariner, crew change, captain