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"Carhartt Workwear Short Sleeve Pocket T-Shirt - Black, 2XL, Regular Style, Model# K87"

Item# 5101RBLKXXL
"For 120 years, Carhartt has created and manufactured premium work clothing known for exceptional durability, comfort, quality construction and fit. This short sleeve pocket T-shirt is an all-purpose work shirt that is perfect in warm weather or for layering when it gets cold. 6.75-oz. midweight 100 cotton shirt has rib-knit collar, left chest pocket and side seam construction to minimize twisting and maximize comfort. Material Weight oz. 6.75, Size 2XL, Pockets Included qty. 1 Left chest pocket, Collar Style Rib crew neck, Material 100 cotton, Color Black."
Average Customer Rating:
4.679 out of 5
4.7
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5
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Rating Summary (112 reviews)
5 stars
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4 stars
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3 stars
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2 stars
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106 of 112(95%)would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for "Carhartt Workwear Short Sleeve Pocket T-Shirt - Black, 2XL, Regular Style, Model# K87"
Review 1 for "Carhartt Workwear Short Sleeve Pocket T-Shirt - Black, 2XL, Regular Style, Model# K87"
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Good quality

,
September 3, 2010
By
from Winsted, CT
" I use these as work shirts for heavy equipment repair. They are durable without being too heavy. They are fairly resistant to welding sparks and absorb grease and oil so it doesn't end up on my skin. However, they wash well and grease comes right back out. I'm a hefty guy and the 2xl fits good. The neck could be a little looser but that's easily accomplished with a tug and it goes right back to shape after washing. I have tried other brands and always come back to these Carhartts. Most others are made of thinner material and do not hold up. These shirts last through rough wear and repeated washing and drying. The only reason I throw them out is I usually catch them on something sharp and tear a hole in them. Otherwise they would last forever. "
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