Coca-Cola Mens Enjoy Classic Logo Vintage Look T-shirt Mad Engine Inc. K0001MS3

Coca-Cola Mens Enjoy Classic Logo Vintage Look T-shirt Mad Engine Inc. K0001MS3

Item # 336195

 (8 Reviews)

$14.44

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  • 50% Cotton/50% Polyester
  • Made in the USA and Imported
  • Pull On closure
  • Machine Wash
  • Short-sleeve tee featuring banded crew neckline and faded Coca-Cola screenprint at front
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Product description

Official licensed Coca-Cola Men's Enjoy Coca-Cola Classic Logo Vintage Look T-shirt by Mad Engine. Featuring a vintage looking Enjoy Coca-Cola logo.

I don't even drink coke, but my husband and I went to a Halloween party as Jack and Coke. This shirt fit as expected. It is very soft and comfortable.
By Jonathan's Mom January 12, 2016
Color is true and fits well. Shirt is thin but looks very nice on. My son really likes it.
By K. Snyder March 19, 2018
Well Made. Good material & stitching. excellent fit for my 6 foot, 170 pound, well-built Son. Looks real good too!
By Waterbug November 24, 2017
I'm 5'5" and about 160. I ordered a large and it's basically a medium. It's short and tight. Really disappointed. Definitely not true to size
By S. Pezak May 17, 2017
great fit, I am XL it fits great lots of compliments
By KEY WEST XPRES March 19, 2018
Bought this Coke shirt for my husband. The shirt that arrived did not look like the one in the picture. It had bleach spots, which I understand is the trend right now, but its not the shirt in the picture. My husband wears the shirt and likes it, I just wish it looked like the shirt in the picture.
By Steve B. Boggess August 3, 2015
This shirt is super soft and really comfortable. I bought it for a work Halloween party, but it was so soft that my wife stole it afterwards.
By Amazon Customer December 18, 2017
Love the vintage look and feel of this shirt! I've gotten several compliments on it when I layer a blue henley under it for winter wear. Half a dozen wash and wears so far with no shrinkage and no color fading. Thanks!
By M. Ellsworth December 4, 2015