Fruit of the Loom Fruit Men's Original Style TT-Shirt (3 Pack) White
Fruit Men's Original Style TT-Shirt (3 Pack) White
€19,95
Fruit of the Loom

Fruit Men's Original Style TT-Shirt (3 Pack) White

EUR 19,95

The most worn piece of clothing? A basic T-shirt of course! Under a classic jacket, blouse or sweater or just like above jeans or shorts: a simple white or black T-shirt is always possible. With these basics, you are in good shape for your wardrobe for th

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Fruit Men's Original Style TT-Shirt (3 Pack) White

The most worn piece of clothing? A basic T-shirt of course! Under a classic jacket, blouse or sweater or just like above jeans or shorts: a simple white or black T-shirt is always possible. With these basics, you are in good shape for your wardrobe for the coming year.

Fruit of the Loom was founded in 1851 by two brothers in the US state of Rhode Island. The company B.B and R. Knight Corporation opened the first factory and started producing high quality cotton fabrics and textiles. Five years later, the brand name Fruit of the Loom was born. He was inspired by the images of fruit painted by the daughter of a client of the company. In 1871, Fruit of the Loom, number 418, was registered with the US Patent and Trademark Office. This makes the company one of the oldest brands in the world and also means that it is older than Coca-Cola, the electric light bulb or the paper bag. With over 160 years of experience in producing high quality textiles, Fruit of the Loom is now one of the leading clothing brands in the world.

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Brand Fruit of the Loom
Article code FOTL F997 White
EAN 6013709478494
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