Affliction Spectra T-Shirt$68.00 Item #10400A6748
- Straight whipstitch ribbed graphic t-shirt
- 100% Cotton.
- Machine wash cold with like colors. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Do not iron.
- Made in United States.
The passion that drives us to reach for greatness. We are inspired by those who live fast and are willing to endure pain and suffering to push the limits of what is possible. You embrace the ideology of “never say ‘I can’t,’ but ‘I am the first who ever has.’” Your Affliction makes you build when others buy. You believe in crafstmanship over commodity. Your Affliction makes you lead when other choose to follow. You create when others consume. You hear music when others hear noise. Your Affliction lets you see beyond the chaos as art emerges from within. You will rise, you will fall, but you will greet the challenge. You, innovators, are the fuel. Our Affliction is a never-ending passion to design and create clothing that speaks to you. We share your insanity and will not be ignored. You inspire us. It is our Affliction that binds us. Together we will change things. Every man dies, not every man truly lives! What is your Affliction?
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Size is WAY off, actually comical! I own 3 Affliction shirts in a large, I'm 6' 3" and about 190 and they fit perfectly. BUT this shirt has sleeves that are cover the hands like gloves and the length covers the waist almost like a dress but not quite, it's also a very thin thermal like fabric, therefore the entire shirt is a not quite, trying a medium since I love the design but this cut is just silly. November 21, 2012
Very Nice Piece Quality is great, texture is great, styling is great. I was surprised by 2 facts about this shirt that may need pointed out. 1. The ribbing reminds me alot of lightweight thermals. I was expecting something a little more lightly ribbed. 2. The sleeves run long. I wear a size medium and usually the sleeves are just right for me; these sleeves cover all but the last inch of my fingers without being puckered. I'm sure it was intentional styling cues, I just didnt see that coming. September 11, 2012
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