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Company Makes Shirt You Can Wear 100 Days Without Washing

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April 30, 2013
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Wool & Prince says it's created a line of button-down men's shirts that are so resistant to wrinkling or stench, you could wear one shirt 100 times before it needs a wash or iron. A Kickstarter for the company surpassed its goal by selling the shirts for $98 a pop, proving there's a market for such shirts. We'll see if the wool can withstand the summer heat. Patrick Jones has the rest.


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