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Women's Duffel Blog logo shirt

Women's Duffel Blog logo shirt

Regular price $25.00 USD
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Deploy into everyday life with the shirt that's been field-tested at the desk, in the gym, and on the couch — a tee from America's most-trusted purveyor of military news, Duffel Blog. With a feel as soft as your drill instructor's "gentle" encouragement and as lightweight as the paperwork you "forgot" at the office, this t-shirt is your new standard issue for comfort and reliability.

Here's the intel briefing on your new favorite shirt:

Uniform Specs: Made with 100% combed and ring-spun cotton, it’s as all-American as freedom of the press and a hot slice of apple pie. The Athletic Heather variant flexes with 90% cotton and 10% polyester for when you need to bend like the rules on a mandatory fun day.

Heather Variants: Other heather options come in a perfect 52/48 cotton-poly blend, like a well-mixed MRE pound cake — better than you'd expect.

Fit for Duty: Sporting a relaxed fit, this shirt is at ease, so you can be too. Perfect for standing at parade rest or resting on your laurels.

Light-as-Air Support: With a fabric weight of 4.2 oz/y² (142 g/m²), it's like wearing a cloud — a cloud of kick-butt comfort.

Ready to Roll: Pre-shrunk to ensure that your size is maintained throughout several washes because nobody has time for shrinkage in the line of duty.

Barracks Constructed: Side-seamed for a fit that's straighter than a first sergeant's gig line.

Command Presence: A crew neck that stands proud, offering enough room for a dog tag, or just your undeniable charm.

So whether you're briefing the brass or brewing a cup of joe, this is the tee that says, "I read Duffel Blog, and I wear it like a badge of honor." Wear it until it's your old faithful — the shirt that's been through it all and still looks sharp. It's not just a t-shirt; it's a statement.
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