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The inspiration behind this design came from David Schnautz and his multi-award winning W900A model antique class Kenworth. If you love and appreciate classic rigs then this is a great shirt to show it off. Old School is one of our favorite designs and is an awesome trucker shirt that won't go out of style.
Machine wash warm with like colors. Use only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry medium if necessary. Hang dry recommended. Do not iron. Dry clean, any solvent except trichloroethylene.
Nice shirt and hat, received it very fast! Will order more in the future Michael on Jun 3rd 2018
Love these shirts. Always a perfect fit, great designs and the material is very comfortable. I get a lot of cool comments from people when I where my Hammer Lane shirts. Thank you Hammer Lane.
Kevin Kevin Dougherty on Apr 8th 2018
Nice shirts fast shipping Shawn on Feb 11th 2018
ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!!!!! ldyluk35 on Dec 25th 2016
Great shirt, so happy with the product!!! Steve on Aug 11th 2016
Excellent shirt. The only issue that I had was in the sizing. I purchased one for a friend of mine which was an XL. which he normally wears. When he received it he told me it was too small. So, I thought maybe I had ordered the wrong size. I purchased another XL and he said the same thing again. My last purchase was a XXL in hopes that it would fit. I ordered a XL for myself and it fits, its just not as loose as most XL shirts that I wear.
The sizing seems to be smaller than what I normally wear. Unknown on Jul 5th 2016
I love the sleeves on these shirts! The fit is great and lightweight for summer! This particular design is awesome, great graphics! I already have the Weigh No Weigh shirt...growing the collection! Truck Driving Lady on Jun 6th 2016
fabric or cotton in these shirts are pretty good but fitting is not quite well Das on May 12th 2016
I like the shirt, but I ordered an XL and it seems to be smaller than what I am used to. Especially the sleeve length. Michael Smith on May 2nd 2016
Have not received yet. G. Alley on Mar 12th 2016