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Women's plus size shirt with Whitham Shield

Women's plus size shirt with Whitham Shield - Women’s Premium T-Shirt
Women's plus size shirt with Whitham Shield - Women’s Premium T-Shirt
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Women's plus size shirt with Whitham Shield - Women’s Premium T-Shirt
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Women's plus size shirt with Whitham Shield - Women’s Premium T-Shirt
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Women's plus size shirt with Whitham Shield - Women’s Premium T-Shirt
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Women's plus size shirt with Whitham Shield - Women’s Premium T-Shirt
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Women's plus size shirt with Whitham Shield
Women’s Premium T-Shirt
Normal fit
Slightly tapered t-shirt for women, 100% cotton, brand: Spreadshirt
24.99
incl. VAT (EU)
white
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24.99
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Description

Women’s Premium T-Shirt
The Spreadshirt Collection stands for best-possible print results on top-quality products A huge range of sizes makes sure that our gear fits everyone, big and small alike. What’s more, the Premium T-Shirt offers an sheer infinite choice of combination opportunity with other items.
  • Comes highly recommended! Top quality and supreme print results with all print methods
  • Consistent colours in all sizes for men, women and children
  • Fair and sustainable
  • Durable fabrics. 150g/m²
  • Material: 100% cotton (charcoal and heather blue : 50% cotton, 50% polyester; heather grey : 85% cotton, 15% rayon; heather burgundy and heather navy : 65% cotton, 35% polyester)

Please note: Our Premium T-shirt now comes with a colour-contrasting neckband. Depending on the availability, your order my contain tees with or without the colour-contrasting neckband.
Normal fit
  • Slightly tapered t-shirt for women
  • 100% cotton
  • brand: Spreadshirt

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Design Details

Women's plus size shirt with Whitham Shield
This women's plus size shirt (in white) is based on the Witham Shield, an Iron Age decorative bronze shield facing of La Tene style, dating from about the 4th century BC. The shield was discovered in the River Witham in the vicinity of Washingborough and Fiskerton in Lincolnshire, England in 1826.