Miller Lift Tee

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Miller Lift Tee

Sale price$32.00
Size:M
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Pickup available at Charleston Tanger Outlets Usually ready in 24 hours

Miller Lift Tee

M

Charleston Tanger Outlets

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

4840 Tanger Outlet Boulevard
#751
North Charleston SC 29418
United States

+13103105979

Sizing Chart

Size Chest Width
S 33"-37"
M 38-41"
L 42-45"
XL 46-49"
2X 50-53"
3X 54-57"
4X 58-61"
5X 62-65"

Note: These chest measurements are taken for the full chest measurement, you would need to measure the full circumference.

How to Measure for Your T-Shirt

To ensure the best fit for your new t-shirt, please follow these measuring instructions carefully. You'll need a flexible tape measure (fabric or plastic). It's also helpful to have someone assist you with measuring to ensure accuracy.

1. Chest

How to Measure: Stand up straight with your arms at your sides. Have someone wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your chest, under your armpits, and across your shoulder blades. The tape should be snug but not tight.

Where to Measure: Measure around the widest part of your chest.

2. Sleeve Length

How to Measure: Place your hand on your hip, with your arm bent at a 90-degree angle. Start the tape measure at the center back of your neck, run it over the shoulder, and down your arm to the wrist.

Where to Measure: Measure from the back of your neck to your wrist.

3. Body Length

How to Measure: Find the highest point of your shoulder (close to where the shoulder seam of your t-shirt would sit). From this point, pull the tape straight down to the point on your body where you want the hem of the t-shirt to sit.

Where to Measure: Measure from the top of your shoulder to where you want the bottom of the t-shirt to be.

Additional Tips:

  • Stand Naturally: Make sure you're standing comfortably and naturally to get the most accurate measurements.
  • Wear Similar Clothes: If possible, wear similar clothing (or minimal clothing) to what you would wear with the t-shirt when measuring.
  • Don't Pull Too Tight: The tape measure should lay flat against the skin but not be pulled too tight. You should be able to fit a finger between the tape and your body.

If you're between sizes or if your measurements fall into different sizes, consider whether you prefer a tighter or looser fit. You can also reach out to our customer service team for personalized sizing advice.

Sizing Chart

Size Chest Width
S 33"-37"
M 38-41"
L 42-45"
XL 46-49"
2X 50-53"
3X 54-57"
4X 58-61"
5X 62-65"

Note: These chest measurements are taken for the full chest measurement, you would need to measure the full circumference.

How to Measure for Your T-Shirt

To ensure the best fit for your new t-shirt, please follow these measuring instructions carefully. You'll need a flexible tape measure (fabric or plastic). It's also helpful to have someone assist you with measuring to ensure accuracy.

1. Chest

How to Measure: Stand up straight with your arms at your sides. Have someone wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your chest, under your armpits, and across your shoulder blades. The tape should be snug but not tight.

Where to Measure: Measure around the widest part of your chest.

2. Sleeve Length

How to Measure: Place your hand on your hip, with your arm bent at a 90-degree angle. Start the tape measure at the center back of your neck, run it over the shoulder, and down your arm to the wrist.

Where to Measure: Measure from the back of your neck to your wrist.

3. Body Length

How to Measure: Find the highest point of your shoulder (close to where the shoulder seam of your t-shirt would sit). From this point, pull the tape straight down to the point on your body where you want the hem of the t-shirt to sit.

Where to Measure: Measure from the top of your shoulder to where you want the bottom of the t-shirt to be.

Additional Tips:

  • Stand Naturally: Make sure you're standing comfortably and naturally to get the most accurate measurements.
  • Wear Similar Clothes: If possible, wear similar clothing (or minimal clothing) to what you would wear with the t-shirt when measuring.
  • Don't Pull Too Tight: The tape measure should lay flat against the skin but not be pulled too tight. You should be able to fit a finger between the tape and your body.

If you're between sizes or if your measurements fall into different sizes, consider whether you prefer a tighter or looser fit. You can also reach out to our customer service team for personalized sizing advice.

 

LIFT: The Brew of Resilience

RESTOCKS in process - orders 3/11 on have 2 week lead time. Estimated to ship by the end of March.

The inception of this concept dates back to a simple realization: throughout the ages, humans have sought various forms of therapy to navigate the complexities of life. In the modern tapestry of our existence, amidst the swirl of digital connections and the rapid pace of life, we've found a timeless form of solace that predates any couch session—the gym. Here, therapy is measured in sweat, determination, and the weight lifted from our shoulders with every set completed.

The "LIFT" shirt is a testament to the gym as a place of transformation—a place where the weights we bear aren't just made of iron, but of the thoughts and challenges we carry in. It's where we go to shed the day's burdens, to transform stress into strength, and to find a clarity that no other therapy can offer. It symbolizes the lightness we feel in spirit after a good workout, and the 'lifting' of our spirits alongside the iron.

This shirt is for those who recognize the gym as their sanctuary, their place of healing and growth. It's for the early risers breaking a sweat as the sun rises, for the night owls pushing their limits under the fluorescent lights, and for everyone in between who finds their therapy in the clang of weights and the rhythm of their breath.

It acknowledges that while our methods of coping and thriving evolve, the essence of human resilience remains unchanged. We've always been seekers—of strength, of healing, of progress—and the gym is just the latest chapter in our endless quest for betterment.

In this garment, we wear a reminder that no matter the era, the principles of hard work, dedication, and self-care endure. It's a call to embrace the challenges, to celebrate the victories, and to remember that sometimes, the best therapy is found not in words, but in action. So, let's raise a glass (or a dumbbell) to the healthiest coping mechanism there is—here's to finding strength, one lift at a time.