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Jax Everett launches shirts for men who are 5'9 and below
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Jax Everett, the American menswear brand that specializes in modern apparels for men who are 5’9 and under, has come up with a complete range of stylish, perfectly fitting clothes based on varying body types.

Going against the industry’s standard measurements that are conducive to men who are 5’10 and above, the new line has been designed according to the measurements taken on relatively shorter American males with different proportions.

Made using luxe fabrics, the range, featuring casual button-downs, designer dress shirts, sweaters and T-shirts, has been tailored based on well researched measurement figures in terms of neck sizes, collar spreads, armhole sizes, sleeve lengths and button placements.

While speaking on the collection, Charles Luu, the co-founder of Jax Everett states, “The most important element to style is fit. We went beyond making shirts that just help guys look taller and really focused on making shirts that help guys look better. And because our shirts fit exactly the way a shirt should fit, we end up saving guys a ton of time and money in getting costly alterations to their wardrobe.”

Available exclusively through their online shop jaxeverett.com, the Texas-based company produces aptly fit modern menswear taking both height and weight into account. (PB)

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