Trabant (baligreen car)

Crewneck Sweatshirt

Trabant (baligreen car)
Trabant (baligreen car)
Trabant (baligreen car)
Trabant (baligreen car)

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Trabant (baligreen car)

Crewneck Sweatshirt

$31.49
normal fitRegional sizing US

 Crewneck Sweatshirt is in stock. We will print it as soon as you order it.

Delivery time: 5/28/20 - 6/4/20 (Standard)
Lightweight crewneck sweatshirt for men, 50% cotton, 50% polyester, Brand: Gildan

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This classic has stood the test of time. Always in fashion, this crewneck sweatshirt by Gildan is perfect as an outer, under or single layer. Soft and comfortable, this stand-by is a must.
  • Brand: Gildan | Product ID: 18000
  • 50% preshrunk cotton/50% polyester | Fabric Weight: 7.75 oz (midweight)
  • Pill-resistant
  • 1X1 Lycra® spandex ribbed collar, cuffs and waist
  • Fully double-stitched
  • Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.

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5/15/20

Awesome and comfy! I love my #NuMuma sweatshirt! The avocado is so cute!

5/4/20

I ordered this for my sister s bday recently and sent it to her house as surprised gift. She loved the sweater and the sizing s perfect, loose but fitted , exactly like what my sister like. Great stuff

5/3/20

Great quality good-looking design can't complain.

4/28/20

As usual, printing quality is excellent, and as noted above, perfect fit.

4/23/20

I ordered a size xl in the Nurse sweatshirt and was sent a size large. Didn’t realize it until I had put it on. Not happy that it wasn’t sent in the correct size. Would’ve liked it in grey instead since the blue collects so much lint.
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Trabant (baligreen car)

Trabant (baligreen car)

The Trabant was the car in the GDR. These cars were manufactured in Zwickau, Germany. The small car in the colour baligreen is rarely seen on the streets of East Germany.