Tee shirt chopper 70’S kaki

€24.17
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The Freakers are guys who ride on old Harley Davidson with a 70's look. A rigid frame, a Panhead, Knucklehead, or Shovelhead engine, a long fork and cool driving, a pair of Vans of course, a T-shirt and a jet helmet as thin as a cigarette leaf. We all have this thing in us to want a real chopper and say fuck the rules. Whether or not you own a chopper, you can all wear this t-shirt with this old khaki that will age well after a few washes and that you will love to wear in all circumstances and especially at work to make people talk! Straight cut to wear adjusted or loose, thick cotton 180 grs ! Drawing by bikers graphic designers.

Our t-shirts are series limited to 300 copies, they are automatically replaced by new creations.

Manufactured with respect in accordance with environmental standards, this t-shirt guarantees longevity and remarkable comfort.

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Description

Design original fait main

Création Laurent Scavone

Impression en France

Toutes nos créations sont imprimées en France artisanalement.

Qualité et respect de l'environnement

Nos tee-shirts et sweat-shirts sont fabriqués à partir de fibres organiques et répondent à tous les critères de respect de l'environnement notamment avec l'absence d'utilisation de substances chimiques. Nos produits sont tous labellisés "Organic certified" et "Oeko-Tex".

Taille

Nos tee-shirts et sweat-shirts sont coupés et fabriqués en 5 tailles. Les tailles S, M, L, XL, XXL sont les mêmes quelque soit le motif d'impression ou le modèle (tee-shirt et sweat-shirt).

Product Details

GF-2020-TS-ringer-black-cat-blanc
5 Items
2020-05-18

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