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So im trying to get a t shirt and i usually were a size 12-13 and the only options for the shirt are small, medium, large, x large, XX Large the whole way up to XXxx Large but im not 100% sure what size to get the only info im giving is this

amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B004DVIV62/r...2672903459

Im not sure of my measurements im just looking to get a quick answer because im struggiling a bit
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Pretty sure you need a large friend.
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Respectt wrotePretty sure you need a large friend.
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Respectt wrotePretty sure you need a large friend.
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No problem. Always here to help. Thanks for the rep!
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Looking at the sizing chart....

http://i.imgur.com/9ZDggf9.png
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002 wroteLooking at the sizing chart....

http://i.imgur.com/9ZDggf9.png


This is helpful. I'd go with the chart, but be aware that in some websites depending on the material of the shirt, Larges are mediums, and vice-versa.
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002 wroteLooking at the sizing chart....

http://i.imgur.com/9ZDggf9.png


This is helpful. I'd go with the chart, but be aware that in some websites depending on the material of the shirt, Larges are mediums, and vice-versa.


This chart is from the link that you posted so with that I'd assume this is the closest idea you're going to get.
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