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Velva Sheen

2-Pack Short Sleeve Tee in Olive

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Velva Sheen’s t-shirts have just the right combination of great fit, soft hand, and the perfect palette of colors. This short-sleeved crew neck in soft jersey is also free of side seams thanks to their circular loom technique.

Details, Origin and Care:

  • 2 shirts sold in 1 pack
  • 100% Cotton
  • No pockets
  • Garment dyed olive green
  • Made in the USA
  • Wash cold with like colors. Lay flat or hang dry to minimize shrinkage and preserve color.



SHOULDER 15.5" 17" 18.5" 19" 20"
CHEST 35" 38" 41" 45" 50"
WAIST 35" 38" 41" 45" 50"
BACK LENGTH 25" 26" 28.5" 29.5" 30.25"
FULL SLEEVE LENGTH 14.5" 15.5" 17" 17.5" 18"

*the above measurements should be considered an approximation and may vary from piece to piece

  • Sizing runs slim – more like an undershirt fit. Size up for more relaxed fit.
  • Sleeve length measurement is the "full sleeve" which is from the center of the collar, along the shoulder seam, down to the end of the sleeve.  To know the length of the sleeve only, not including the shoulder, subtract half of the "Shoulder" measurement from the "Sleeve Length" measurement.  For example, on size M, full sleeve length of 15.5 minus half of the shoulder (8.5") is 7.  Therefore, the length of the sleeve itself is 7".

    About Velva Sheen: Velva Sheen began operation in 1932 in Cincinnati, OH. Over the years they manufactured t-shirts and undershirts for the military and specialized in collegiatewear, but the 1990s brought financial hardship to the company, and the company's operations came to a halt.

    In 2009 Velva-Sheen found a new champion in a small Japanese design firm who had known and loved the brand in its heyday. They got involved with the goal of bringing the brand back to life, and moved manufacturing operations to Los Angeles, one of the few regions where sportswear manufacturing continued to thrive in the USA.