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Jockey® Classics Father's Day Review


A Little Bit About  the Jockey® Classics Line
Jockey® Classic men's line has been working hard to keep you comfortable for over 75 years. This experience gives Jockey® Classics unparalleled durability and comfort.  Jockey Classics for him offers something for every man. 
                       My Husbands Experience with Jockey®
                                   Classics Tag-free t-shirt's
My husband recently had the privilege of reviewing the  Jockey® Classic tag-free t-shirt's. In his own words these shirt's from Jockey are "comfortable and essential". He is fairly particular when it comes to clothing, making it difficult for me to know exactly what he'll like and wear (I do most of the shopping for my family).  DH loves to wear his Jockey® tag-free t-shirt's around the house with a comfortable pair of  sweatpants or jeans. He also wears  them under his dress shirt's for work ( he has to wear a suite every day to work which can become uncomfortable for him in the Summer months), which helps to maximize his comfort level on long grueling days at the office. He has declared these comfortable cotton shirt's as his new brand of choice, giving me a little more direction as to what he likes and wants (making my life easier when I'm out shopping for everyone).
Additional information about Jockey Classics Tag-Free Crew Neck t-shirt's:

  • everyday essential crew t-shirt
  • tag-free, relaxed fit wears well under dress or casual shirts

  • 100% durable cotton

  • reinforced collar and lightweight for long-lasting shape and breathability
This Father's Day pick up something versatile, essential, and comfortable from the Jockey® Classics line. Dad will LOVE it! Browse their Father's Day Gift guide online at
                         Father's Day, Sunday, June 20, 2010

My Thanks to Jockey® for providing the product for review.

DISCLOSURE: I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed in this post are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255