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Shirt Shuttle

The Shirt Shuttle by Patrona, is British design at its best, an ideal companion for business travel and commuting, whether you run, cycle or fly to the office. The sleek pack is composed of a outer carry case, a folding board with a collar stiffener, and a hanging hook. Simply fold your shirt around the patented folding board with curved edges and place it in the water resistant, light weight case, to ensure your shirt gets to your destination looking crisp and crease free. watch the video

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