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Each fall TriFive.com brings out a special shirt that can only be purchased at that time. This year we are offering a denim shirt in both long and short sleeve with the standard Trifive.com logo embroidered on the chest, just above the pocket. Now we know these shirts are not for everyone, but for others these will be a must have:party0031:


They will be offered as a pre-sale item and once the minimum order the embroiderer needs they will be completed and sent out. Please visit the Trifive.com store and check them out. Small through exlarge short sleeve start at just $21.00 and go up slightly for the larger sizes. The long sleeve shirts are only $2.00 more than the short sleeve shirts. Pay Pal is the only on line payment, should you not want to use it I will accept a check from any TriFive.com member. Just PM me for an address to send it to and you can place your order that way, avoiding the electronic order and payment.

If you have any questions or concerns please let me know,
Randy
 

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Cool! I'm a t-shirt man really but I'm gonna order one of each! Winter is coming and in Florida you need a heavier short sleeve for a month or so!:D
The long sleeve will be my winter coat!
Thank's Randy!
 

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I was in the process of buying two until the shipping was $15 and I was being charged CA sales tax, so it must be coming from near by.
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I was in the process of buying two until the shipping was $15 and I was being charged CA sales tax, so it must be coming from near by.
Jim
Jim thanks for letting me know about the shipping. I never can understand how the computer does that part. I think I have it set better now. It should have been $10.00 which is less than the post office charges me to ship it:confused0006:
The tax I can't do anything about, you'll have to talk to Arnold about that one:sign0020:

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Jim thanks for letting me know about the shipping. I never can understand how the computer does that part. I think I have it set better now. It should have been $10.00 which is less than the post office charges me to ship it:confused0006:
The tax I can't do anything about, you'll have to talk to Arnold about that one:sign0020:

Randy
I think you will find if you ship them in a padded envelop/bag like JCPenny does the price will come down to the 6.00 range to ship.
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I just ordered the long sleeve model. I used to have a Harley shirt just like this one, but I wore it out, it was my all time favorite shirt. Dave
 

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very nice I actually just shot the store link to the wife I want the tshirt and the crest bumper sticker good xmas gift :) hint hint nudge nudge to the misses. what ever happened to the polo shirts I was wanting one of those.
 

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very nice I actually just shot the store link to the wife I want the tshirt and the crest bumper sticker good xmas gift :) hint hint nudge nudge to the misses. what ever happened to the polo shirts I was wanting one of those.
Shoebox I can not find the old polo shirts, tried to line up some just yesterday and no one can supply them in all sizes reliably. Lots of places advertise them on their web sites, but they don't have them in stock.

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What are the chest sizes on each different shirt size & length of shirt too please.
Nice looking shirts.

KINGS X 56
Kings X 56 here is what the manufacturer provided on the sizes. My experience with denim is to order bigger than you usually wear unless you will be getting them dry cleaned. If you fit nice in a large shirt, then go to a exlarge, if the large fits loose then you should be ok with a large. This is especially true in the long sleeves, as they shrink more than the other part of the shirt. Denim just plain shrinks more than normal material.

Hope this helps,
Randy

 
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