Element Benchmark Vintage Plaid Shirt - Short Sleeve (For Little and Big Boys)

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Overview

About Element Benchmark Vintage Plaid Shirt - Short Sleeve (For Little and Big Boys)

Closeouts. Set a new standard in dapper dressing with help from Element's Benchmark Vintage Plaid shirt -- a crisp, lightweight button front that looks good without even trying.

Specs

Specs about Element Benchmark Vintage Plaid Shirt - Short Sleeve (For Little and Big Boys)

  • Short sleeves
  • Fabric: 65% cotton, 35% polyester
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Made in India

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5.000000 5 Overall Rating: 5 Based on 1 reviews

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Reviewed by momween from new jersey on Saturday, March 26, 2016
Bought two size M for my 11 year old (skinny and small for his age) and he loves them. The are a little oversized on him, but their cut makes that still look ok, plus the bonus that he can continue to wear them as he grows. Great shirts.
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  • Reviewed by momween from new jersey on Saturday, March 26, 2016
    Bought two size M for my 11 year old (skinny and small for his age) and he loves them. The are a little oversized on him, but their cut makes that still look ok, plus the bonus that he can continue to wear them as he grows. Great shirts.

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About Element

When Johnny Schillereff created the Element skateboard company in 1992, he had one goal in mind: to make fantastic skateboards and skating apparel, plain and simple. As a kid who started skating on banana boards at four years old, Johnny was intent on becoming a sponsored skater in his teens, until a badly broken ankle eventually ended his dream of turning pro. Rather than let injury end his ambitions, Johnny created a brand concept, designed a logo and started building Element skateboards. Eventually, Johnny’s company grew, expanding its product line to include Element skate shoes, shirts and hats.