Groot Kansas city chiefs shirt
CLASSIC GUYS / UNISEX TEE
5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
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You don’t use up water. Yes, you can use up a water source so lets solve THAT more pressing problem cos I’m okay with Groot Kansas city chiefs shirt, it is, in fact, a preference to have cheap clothing available to me so I am more than happy to secure a better water supply, a more sustainable supply in fact, so that I still have access to cheaper clothing; suck it up folks, I’m not giving up an inch of my western comfortable lifestyle but I’m more than happy to help make it available globally. Help stamp out corruption, help fight against environmental misuse, help fund sustainable much-needed infrastructure, help end the exploitation of corrupt and abusive company practices, help force large multinationals to pay their fair share of taxes and pay their workers fairer wages totally on board but don’t make my clothing more expensive.
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Right place at the right time. He took advantage of social media to the max and gained maximum return. now the ASA and consumers themselves are catching up with influencers less and fewer people take note as it’s too obvious it’s just an advert of free gear. Fair play to the guy, but the days of building brands from the ground up through influencers are over. I like seeing people my age become successful through hard work. Also, never realized that the company was so young. Thought it was an established brand around for ages. Good job, dude.