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Personalized Grandpa Shirt
By Pappy to our grandchildren
from Troy, AL
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Comments about Personalized Grandpa Shirt:
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By No nickname
from Troy, Alabama
About Me Bargain Shopper, Career, Casual, Family Oriented
Followed all instructions before wearing! When washed, shirt faded (stars with my grandchildren almost illegible) I am extremely disappointed with this purchase!! I hope that Miles Kimball will replace my shirt as soon as possible.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Deltona, FL
About Me Bargain Shopper, Casual
I loved that I could personalize the t-shirt, but it would have been nice if they hadn't used white for some of the stars on a white t-shirt.
Perfect for Grandpa
By Nana Kathy
from Yardville, New Jersey
I purchased this shirt for my husband to wear on the 4th of July at a pool party at my daughters where all of the grandkids will be present.
Pretty low quality. But I've shopped around, and all shirts in this price range are similar with low quality. To find a better product you have to double the price.
Husband loved it
from North Fort Myers FL
I gave this to my wonderful husband for Father's Day. He has his grandchildren and I have mine. He loves my grandchildren as much as his own and they adore him. I put everyone's name on the shirt and he is SO proud of it.
from Cannon Falls, MN
About Me Bargain Shopper, Career, Eclectic
The idea of the "Grandpa's Stars" shirt was great! The price and promptness were great! The size looks like it will be good. I was a tad disappointing in the faint/soft colors of the design. That is my only "con"I recommended this to all my nieces and nephews to get for their folks (as G'parents to their little ones)