Display your pride and show support for the Thin Blue Line movement with the Under Armour Freedom Express Flag T-Shirt. Made by the pioneers behind the first moisture-wicking athletic wear, this patriotic tee does not skimp on technology. A unique charged cotton wicks sweat and dries quickly, so you stay dry, rep after rep. Four-way stretch gives you the mobility you need to help you move. If you’re an active-duty soldier or a veteran, your physical health is your mental health. Where technology meets comfort, you get a shirt ready to be worn by a patriot.
|Small||34 - 36"||28.5 - 30"|
|Medium||38 - 40"||31.5 - 33.5"|
|Large||42 - 44"||35 - 37"|
|Extra Large||46 - 48"||39 - 41"|
|2X Large||50 - 52"||43 - 45.5"|
|3X Large||54 - 56"||47.5 - 50"|
|4X Large||58 - 60"||52 - 54.5"|
|5X Large||62 - 64"||56.5 - 59"|
Men's Fit Guide
Loose: Fuller cut for complete comfort, total range of motion & greater breathability.
Fitted: A slimmer, athletic cut that allows total mobility but eliminates the bulk of extra fabric.
Compression: Ultra-tight, second-skin fit that keeps you locked in & makes you feel like you can do anything.
How to Measure:
Chest: Place the tape measure under your arms at the fullest part of your chest, wrap around your body until your fingers meet and mark the measurement.
Waist: Measure around your natural waistline - right above your hips. Be careful not to squeeze too tight to allow a little give.
Reviewer: Valerie Uchie
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Reviewer: Glenn Bisceglia
I LOVE THIS PRODUCT
Reviewer: MIKE GOLANSKI
I love it.
Reviewer: Jeffrey Mason
Reviewer: Harry savage
Bought two colors.
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Under Armour Freedom Express Flag TBL-Shirt
Reviewer: Donnie Ewing
Reviewer: M. Rodriguez
Could be better
Response from TacticalGear.com
We're very sorry to hear you're not satisfied with the fit of this shirt! Please, feel free to reach out to our Customer Relations department. They are glad to discuss returns and help you find a shirt with the fit you're looking for.
Reviewer: John DiPaula