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Catholic Beast Mode

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1. Beast Mode – A hype, energetic, outgoing, state of mind.
2. Beast Mode – When in a state of serious training or at a level of high effort.

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  • TULTEX Brand
  • 3.6 oz.
  • 30/1’s Fine Knit Jersey
  • 65% Polyester / 35% Ring-spun cotton
  • Side-seamed

  • Ribbed crewneck
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Double-needle sleeves and bottom hem
  • Tear Anywhere label
  • Nafta friendly


Width (A)

Xsmall 16.5″
Small 18″
Medium 20″
Large 22″
X-Large 24″
2X-Large 26″

Length (B)

Xsmall 26″
Small 28″
Medium 29″
Large 30″
X-Large 31″
2X-Large 32″

Sleeve (C)

Xsmall 7″
Small 7.5″
Medium 8″
Large 8.5″
X-Large 9″
2X-Large 9.5″



Additional information

Weight .3 lbs
Dimensions 11 x 9 x 1 in


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