Star Wars Empire Collection Boba Fett T-shirt (Spencer's Exclusive)

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Part of a Japanese / Kanji inspired line.

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There's nothing better than a baseball tee, especially when it features Boba Fett! It's the perfect piece of clothing to add to your casual wardrobe. This officially licensed tee features your favorite Star Wars character, so everyone will know that the force is with you.

Officially licensed
Exclusively at Spencer's
Crewneck
Three-quarter length sleeves
Tagless
Material: Cotton
Care: Machine wash; tumble dry low
Imported
Regular fit

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