Stantt High-Performance Dress Shirts

Aug 6, 2018

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Finding a dress shirt didn’t use to be such a hassle. However, between work meetings, power lunches, and mid-afternoon gym sessions all sandwiched in between a bustling urban commute, traditional dress shirts can no longer stand up to these modern-day challenges. Fortunately, Stantt has recently released their lineup of high-performance dress shirts that look to solve this issue.

Built with their proprietary fabric technology developed after a year of R&D at one of the most advanced mills to date, their ComforTex fabric boasts a fantastic fit and high-performance characteristics. We’re talking specialized four-way stretch technology for a tailored fit but with superior comfort, a wrinkle-free construction, moisture wicking and quick drying technology, and they’re available in any one of their 75 different sizes based on your specific body type and shape. Each shirt is also made to order and delivered straight to your doorstep in only 7 days. Available now for reservation on Kickstarter.

Purchase: $98

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