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Just seen the thread below about Oople stickers and seen that there are also t-shirts and stuff. Anyone got any idea of chest sizes for the different size options?
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Just seen the thread below about Oople stickers and seen that there are also t-shirts and stuff. Anyone got any idea of chest sizes for the different size options?
Might be worth sending a PM to WHITTLER555 Chris.
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t shirts have always been made by gildan in past so presume there will be no change this year. here is a web page with their sizes

https://www.djtees.com/t-shirt-size-quality-print-info/
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That's brill. Thank you
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If they are Gildan tee's, any chance of any 3XL's in the future? For the fatter fan.

We offer more retail space for your logos - fat fans are a company's promotional dream
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The 2XL's are pretty big! What size chest do you need and I will measure one
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The 2XL's are pretty big! What size chest do you need and I will measure one
I wear 3XL Gildan tees everyday

Maybe I'll just stick to trying to lose more weight - wearing the oOple tee will be my incentive!
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