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Ultimate Way to Escape Long Sleeve Tee




  • Men
Escape the ordinary and embrace the spirit of freedom with our "being biker is the ultimate way to escape" long sleeve tee. Designed specifically for motorcycle enthusiasts and the thrill of the open road, this tee invites you to experience the ultimate escape: riding a motorcycle.

Crafted from premium-quality airlume combed ring-spun cotton, this long sleeve tee offers both comfort and style. The regular fit and side-seamed construction ensure a flattering and comfortable fit for all-day wear. The crew neck and cover-stitched collar add a timeless touch, while the 2" (5 cm) ribbed cuffs provide a modern detail.

The fabric weighs 4.2 oz./yd.² (142.4 g/m²), striking the perfect balance between durability and softness. Whether you're hitting the road or simply want to showcase your love for motorcycles, this tee is a versatile addition to your wardrobe.

This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!
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