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R.E.D. All-American Black Baseball Tee

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Oscar Mike tees are made entirely in America from a blend of combed cotton and synthetics ensuring maximum comfort, breathability, and a perfect fit. We're proud to say we offer the finest tees available anywhere.

UNISEX CUT OM5050 TEE

All sizes are approximate and intended for reference only. For more detailed information, contact a customer service representative.

Each garment is unique so sizes and shape may vary slightly.

 

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34"-36"

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In the early 1800s, when First Baron Raglan, had his arm cut off during the Battle of Waterloo, Lord Raglan’s tailor fashioned a coat with a single sleeve extending from the cuff to the collar. It was ultra-functional because it offered unrestricted mobility so that he could easily dress himself with one hand.

Oscar Mike has designed many of these iconic raglan-sleeve shirts available in a range of color combinations. Its common denominator is the collar-to-cuff- sleeves, giving you a naturally athletic silhouette. Pair the R.E.D. All-American with jeans and a pair of sneakers for a casual getup that works as well on the diamond as it does on the couch.

RED Friday (Remember Everyone Deployed) is an Oscar Mike campaign to show solidarity and support for our troops. Red symbolizes the blood spilled by the brave men and women of the United States Military and is a reminder of their sacrifice. Red Fridays is not intended as a political statement, just a nice way for Americans to show they support the brave men and women that serve our country.  

Be sure to check out all our RED Friday selections.

ITEM DETAILS:

  • Poly-Cotton (50% Polyester / 50% Combed-Cotton) construction
  • Heather Charcoal Torso, Black Raglan Sleeves
  • Vintage ultra soft feel for perfect fit.

All Oscar Mike Apparel is MADE IN THE USA Because It Matters
*colors and styles may vary slightly

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