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Ever tried to open a twist-off beer cap, only to be defeated by wet hands or simple weakness? "Now there's a shirt for that," said Dominique Zamora at Foodbeast. Criquet, a Texas company specializing in vintage-style men's shirts, makes its long- and short-sleeved button-downs (from $78) with an extra band of material inside the front left tail to prevent tearing when that corner is used to pop open a brew. Of course, a shirt with a built-in bottle opener would be much more useful, "but at least Criquet's hearts are in the right place."