Element Graphic Print T-Shirt - Short Sleeve (For Little and Big Boys)

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Overview

About Element Graphic Print T-Shirt - Short Sleeve (For Little and Big Boys)

Closeouts. The classic tee gets an Element upgrade in Element's Graphic Print T-shirt, a comfy original with an earthy vibe.

Specs

Specs about Element Graphic Print T-Shirt - Short Sleeve (For Little and Big Boys)

  • Short sleeves
  • Fabric: 100% cotton
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Made in Mexico

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2.000000 5 Overall Rating: 2 Based on 1 reviews

Most Helpful 2-Star Review

Reviewed by momween from new jersey on Saturday, March 26, 2016
Soft shirt, great color, nice graphic… but the sleeves are very wide. Son (slim, tall, athletic build) put it on and, although he loved the look of the color/logo, there was so much extra fabric in the sleeve/underarm area that he had me send both of the shirts that I order back.
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  • Reviewed by momween from new jersey on Saturday, March 26, 2016
    Soft shirt, great color, nice graphic… but the sleeves are very wide. Son (slim, tall, athletic build) put it on and, although he loved the look of the color/logo, there was so much extra fabric in the sleeve/underarm area that he had me send both of the shirts that I order back.

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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.