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By Nick Caruso

Just in time for Fall, the good folks at American Giant have rolled out a new shirt that’s perfect for layering, or simply wearing solo: the Baseball Tee.

Bayard Winthrop founded AG with a simple, but somewhat radical, philosophy. He wanted to take every last middleman out of the garment business, meaning his company designs, makes, and ships its products directly to customers; most importantly, these shirts are ultra-high quality, classically tailored, and 100% American made. So, it’s appropriate the next offering from AG is one that elaborates the Great American Pastime itself.

The Baseball Tee is perfect for wearing under a light jacket or flannel, or for sporting uncovered. Seen or not, there are six available colors. AG is based in San Francisco, so it’s fitting that they’ve made a special San Francisco version of the Baseball Tee to pay homage to their home team.

Show your San Francisco support, or simply spruce up your Autumn weekend wear with a Baseball Tee from American Giant. Find the Baseball Tee, sweatshirts, polos, t-shirts, and more at http://www.american-giant.com. And check out my original post on American Giant.

Originally published October 2012
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