Toddler's It's Good To Be The King T-shirt

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Make way for the biggest, baddest cat in the jungle with this simple, iconic T-shirt that's sure to have people bowing and kissing your feet. Royal title not included.

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    JG
    01/17/2019
    john g.
    United States

    Groovy shirt

    Like a keg party without the hangover

    CHARACTERS WELCOME!

    Fitting Room

    Vintage & Retro T-shirts | SOLID THREADS Size ChartVintage & Retro T-shirts | SOLID THREADS Garment Facts

    1. Grab a current t-shirt that fits great.
    2. Measure the length from the high point of the neck (where it meets the should seam), to the bottom.
    3. Measure the chest from side to side 1" below the armpit.
    4. Choose a size below with the closest measurements.

    MEN
    S
    M
    L
    XL
    XXL
    Chest 
    18"
    20"
    22"
    24"
    26"
    Length 
    28"
    29"
    30"
    31"
    32"
    WOMEN
    S
    M
    L
    Chest 
    16" 17" 18"
    Length  25" 26" 27"
    TODDLER 2T 4T 6T
    Chest 11.5" 12.5" 13.5"
    Length 16" 17" 18"
    BABY 6M 12M 18M
    Chest 8.5" 9.5" 10.5"
    Length 13" 14" 15"

    An overall fit note:

    Our shirts are predominantly true to size, with a slightly tailored cut for a nice framing fit. If you are in between sizes we generally suggest going for the larger option, as they will shrink roughly .5" in width and 1" length when dried on high.

    The quality of most funny t-shirts is no laughing matter:

    Our t-shirts are custom cut & sewn exclusively for Solid Threads, ethically sourced and responsibly manufactured in the USA. They are made of a 40 thread count, combed cotton/poly fabric for a delectably soft, authentically worn-in look & feel.  As cousin Eddie of the Griswalds says..."Reeeaaaallly niiiiiice Clark"