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Feminist Tank top anti-sexist

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Hit the beach, the street or the gym in this soft, durable tank from the our collection.
  • Brand: SPRD
  • 100% cotton (heather gray is 95% cotton/5% viscose. charcoal gray is 80% cotton/20% polyester) | Fabric Weight: 4.42 oz (lightweight)
  • Reinforced, double-stitched collar and arm openings
  • Fairly produced, certified and triple audited
  • Optimized for vibrant print results
  • Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.
Style: Men / Unisex
Fit: Normal fit
Product Type ID: 916
SID: Y54x0LlvrrsG13J72EeY-916-15
DID: 12749458

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