Russian Telnyashka, long sleeve
The infamous Russian striped shirt. These long sleeved ones are the less taunting model, and perfect for just about any occasion.
- Light blue type is the model worn by the airborne forces.
- Dark blue model is the one worn by the naval forces.
- Black stripes worn by submariners, because colours don't exist in the dark depths.
- Red stripes signifies OMON or MVD.
Made of cotton, wash in 40 degrees, preferably by hand. These might shrink a bit in the first wash.
Sized according to the usual European system, but notice that these fit tight and small sizes are short! Lengthwise these are all the same, so don't worry your head with that. The chart below shows measurements of the actual garment laid flat: compare it to shirts you already have that fit you.
|Size||Hem width||Sleeve length from neck openint||Length from hem to shoulder seam|
|48 (X-Small)||41 cm||68 cm||60 cm|
|50 (Small)||44 cm||70 cm||62 cm|
|52 (Medium)||47 cm||73 cm||66 cm|
|54 (Large)||50 cm||78 cm||71 cm|
|56 (X-Large)||54 cm||80 cm||75 cm|
|58 (2X-Large)||58 cm||82 cm||77,5 cm|
|60 (3X-Large)||62 cm||83 cm||79 cm|
Factory new, made by Russia, sometimes outsourced to Czechs.
A word from our employee
Prolly THE best thing, that ever came from commie Disneyland (Soviet army). Telnyashka just happens to be manly as fuck, Warms more than a hug from polarbear and it is so comfortable, that you can feel The Kim Jong Healthy style cozyness whole day. I use these on Weekly basis and I own multiple variations. Recommended, 11/10.
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Jean N. 15.01.2018
but another small piece inside said:
honderd procent katoen... and that I can read.. because it says:
100%Cotton (in Dutch) / made in the EU
The Rusky's could ofcourse outsource their shirt production to .. I don't know..
but Ruskya is for sure not in the EU,
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