Blades Patch white & black Crewneck Long T-Shirt
Blades Patch white & black Crewneck Long T-Shirt
Blades Patch white & black Crewneck Long T-Shirt
Blades Patch white & black Crewneck Long T-Shirt
Blades Patch white & black Crewneck Long T-Shirt
Blades Patch white & black Crewneck Long T-Shirt

Blades Patch white & black Crewneck Long T-Shirt

3024-3024-2

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Our new Blades Patch Tee comes with elaborately applied patch of the blade logo including distorted people branding on the back. The front of the shirt is kept simple and it has a discreet logo embroidery in white as well as the back hem. The t-shirt is cut close to the body as well as extra long and features a close neckline.

PRODUCT DETAILS:
- Intricate blades patch on back

- Blades embroidery on front and back

- Extra long cut

- Close fit

- Tight neckline

MATERIAL:

100% cotton

OUR MODEL IS 1,85M TALL AND WEARS SIZE L

Est. 2008 in Germany

Different. Unexpected. Unique.

From the heart of Munich the creative collective around distorted people has been designing urban lifestyle fashion for ten years now and managed to establish the name in the streetwear scene. 

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High Quality

Premium Materials

We ship from the US

Packaged with care

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Jason Chance
The fit was way off

I really thought this was my new brand to start wearing for sure because I like the designs a lot how ever when the shirt arrived it fit so tight it felt like an extra small on me instead of a large. I'm not to sure how to return it either. I think the brand will still do great just wish I bought mine in a a much larger size. The let down after waiting for the product for so long to arrive was a really tough disappointment. Good luck to your brand either way.