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21" Collar, What do I do for shirts?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Christopher Hall Jan 19, 2014. 36 Replies

I'm a 3xl size fella, but I've got a 5xl neck.  They don't make 21" dress shirts, they make 20s and 22s.  The 22s are like a circus tent on my body, but the 20s aren't close to buttoning on my neck.…Continue

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