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Pullover Utility Shirt

Item #: UC6B

Stand out in your kitchen with the Pullover short sleeve utility shirt by Uncommon Threads. Stylish Shepard's check or black trim on collar and sleeves on this short sleeve chef shirt. Full size selection, XS-6XL in stock.

Availability: In stock

$19.92/each

  • Buy 6 for $16.59 each and save 17%
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Please note:
  • All new logos that need to be setup (digitized) will be charged a one time $25 setup fee at the time of order processing.
  • Logos over 10k stitches may be subject to a higher fee.
  • An embroidery specialist will contact you when processing your order to discuss, if necessary.
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Description

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The Pullover Utility Shirt features:
  • Full 2" longer length
  • Left sleeve thermometer pocket
  • Clean, finished collar
  • Reinforced bar tacking
Material: Easycare 65/35 poly cotton poplin, 4.5 oz.
Buttons: Black snaps
Sleeve length: Short
Shirt color: White
Shirt accents: Shepard's check or black trim on collar and sleeves
Manufactured by: Uncommon Threads

Additional Info

Additional Info

Unit Of Measure Each
Subtitle by Uncommon Threads
Fabric Type Poly/Cotton Blend
Button Type Snaps
No. Of Buttons 2
Gender Unisex
Brand Uncommon Threads
No. Of Pockets 1
Sleeve Length Short Sleeve
Age Group Adult

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