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Fatheadz expands into men's plus-sized apparel line
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Oct '11
Fatheadz Eyewear, the leading eyewear maker catering to men and women with all sizes of heads, announces its brand expansion into men's plus-size clothing. Fatheadz is now selling t-shirts ranging in sizes large to 5X, and caps with extendable and adjustable sizing on its website.

The new t-shirts feature the Fatheadz emblem and are available in a range of design styles and colors, such as black, charcoal grey, blue and red.

“The new clothing pieces and accessories provide more fashionable and affordable options than what is typically available for plus-sized individuals,” said Rico Elmore, CEO of Fatheadz. “Being able to offer reasonably priced clothing items that fit comfortably is really important to our company. We will continue to find ways to expand our brand to serve individuals of all sizes and make customers happy.”

Fatheadz is the leading eyewear company offering shades and prescription glasses for those who are unable to wear average-sized eyewear. Fatheadz also offers eyewear in standard and intermediate sizes.

Fatheadz Eyewear makes oversized sunglasses and optical eyewear for individuals with larger heads, as well as eyewear in standard and intermediate sizes. Founded by a big-headed guy, Rico Elmore, who searched 300 pairs of sunglasses and couldn't find any that fit, Fatheadz has 24 different styles of eyewear available for purchase online. Dea, the women's line will offer 24 different styles of eyewear also available for purchase online.

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