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American Giant releases new range of polo shirts
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Jun '12
American Giant, maker of American-made men's basics, expanded the collection of quality apparel with the release of a new line of polo shirts. The American Giant polo is the latest item to join the collection of sweatshirts, and jersey t-shirts, v-necks and henleys.

The polo shirts are made from a rugged 100% cotton jersey fabric, designed to be soft to the touch yet durable enough to last for years and get better with each wash and wear.

With attention to every detail, the collar is accented with three branded metal buttons, and the chest is finished with a single buttoned pocket.

Since the company launched sweatshirts in five silhouettes in February 2012, American Giant has become known for making the highest quality Made in USA apparel available for a price that's reasonable.

By selling direct to the consumer, American Giant is able to keep prices low, while investing in the highest quality materials and techniques in the manufacturing process. The entire line is made in America and sold online, with free shipping and returns on all orders.

"As we continue to grow as a company we're committed to staying true to the promise of the very best quality for a price that's fair," said American Giant CEO Bayard Winthrop.

"With the polo launch we want to deliver this promise in a category that has long been dominated by expensive luxury brands and low quality substitutes."

American Giant is the first men's brand to rethink the supply chain in order to invest in the highest quality American-made clothing on the market today.

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