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Norr /29 Logo T-Shirt – Short-Sleeve – Men’s Fresh Mint, M
The Norrona Men’s /29 Logo T-Shirt has Norrona’s viking logo printed on the front, giving you an excellent opportunity to support a unique and downright awesome company in your hometown. Not only that, but Norrona made it out of pureOrganic cotton that did not use harmful pesticides or harsh chemicals in its production. So be sure to explain Norrona’s awesomeness whenever someone asks you about your “viking shirt,” and throw in a good word for us (the only distributors of Norrona in the USA) while you’re at it.
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