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post #16 of 23
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Damn, I thought both were natural (for no good reason btw...), didn't check carefully. Anyway they shipped my shirts today I'll post some feedback when I receive them...
post #17 of 23
I checked out some shirts on threadless.com and apparently it says all the guys are Fruit of the Loom (which is cotton/poly blend), and the girls are AA. What other brands of t-shirts are good. I know AA are great, but what else with a smaller sleeve and 100% cotton?
post #18 of 23
Are we talking plain tees now? I personally think that the fit and softness of three dots tees are great, as are those of tees by Spruce, a Canadian Company. I think that they (Spruce) supply the tees for Yoko Devereaux tees now as well, but have not solid evidence to this effect.
post #19 of 23
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Are we talking plain tees now?  I personally think that the fit and softness of three dots tees are great, as are those of tees by Spruce, a Canadian Company.  I think that they (Spruce) supply the tees for Yoko Devereaux tees now as well, but have not solid evidence to this effect.
I think so. ALL my YD shirts say "Made in Canada" on the little tag near the bottom on the side seam. I'll have to check out three dots. Although I don't like the word "forgiving," when we're talkin about shirt cuts.
post #20 of 23
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Isn't Spruce related/owned by the same company that designs Wing & Horn?
post #21 of 23
I have the Butterflies t-shirt, waited months for the second run reprint. Quality is OK, although the fabric is starting to show signs of wear after a couple of months use. They're cotton/poly blend too, I'd be happy to pay a premium for a 100% cotton t-shirt. Most of the shirts on there look like someone running through an Adobe Illustrator tutorial, testing out every feature and splurging it out onto a t-shirt. Quality of the designs has definitely gone downhill lately. Seem to be a lot of people wearing them around here (UK) too. I'd recommend them though, price is good and they're not bad designs compared to a lot of the rubbish in that price range (tshirthell.com anyone? )
post #22 of 23
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(LA Guy @ May 04 2005,17:34) Are we talking plain tees now?  I personally think that the fit and softness of three dots tees are great, as are those of tees by Spruce, a Canadian Company.  I think that they (Spruce) supply the tees for Yoko Devereaux tees now as well, but have not solid evidence to this effect.
I think so. ALL my YD shirts say "Made in Canada" on the little tag near the bottom on the side seam. I'll have to check out three dots. Although I don't like the word "forgiving," when we're talkin about shirt cuts.
Three dot tees are cut slightly larger than AA tees through the shoulders and about the same through the torso. Of course, their ribbed tees are completely form fitting (like all ribbed and thermal tees should be. The ribbed, brushed coton tees are incredibly comfortable, but I'll only wear them under something, so as to avoid inadvertently impersonating Simon Cowell.
post #23 of 23

hi there,

 

i was looking for some feedback about threadless tees and came across this post- which is a bit dated-

would like to purchase some as gifts and wondering if the quality has improved since these comments a few years back?

does the material feel good and comfortable, and the cut fit well?

some of the designs are really cool and i just wanted to know how the actual material stacks up.

 

thank you

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