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Fruit of the Loom Boys' Premium 2-Pack Thermal Waffle Crew Top

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With winter upon us, your kids will be eager to head out and play; make sure they are ready for the colder temperatures with these Fruit of the Loom Premium Boy’s Waffle Crew-neck Top 2-Packs. These value packs come with two long-sleeve crew-neck tops made from soft U.S. sourced cotton and recycled polyester, and with a close fit styling, provide bulk-free comfort that is perfect for layering. The natural breathability of cotton offers moisture-wicking to keep your child dry, and the natural stretch offers flexible comfort that does not restrict their movements. The fabric’s waffle weaves create small air pockets that hold heat next to the body, and the rib cuffs at the wrists ensure heat stays trapped in as much as possible. Additional features like a tag-free label enhances the overall comfort. Available in different colors and matching pants also available, these Fruit of the Loom Premium Boy’s Waffle Crew-neck Top 2-Packs are a great way to get your child ready for any winter activity.


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Fruit of the Loom Boys' Premium 2-Pack Thermal Waffle Crew Top

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