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post #31 of 50
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What's your opinion on which t-shirt is the most comfortable (when brand new)? I'm looking for the softest and thinnest material you've seen. I don't really care about graphics or not. I just want it to be super comfortable wearing around the house. Durability is not an issue since tees are replaceable.

Rick Owens.

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post #32 of 50
I've purchased three t-shirts a few weeks ago from the Etiqueta Negra store On Lafayette Street in NYC; two of the three are 100 percent pima cotton and the other is a cotton/lycra mix. The two 100 percent pima cotton tees may be the most comfortable t-shirts I currently own (and I own many) and their cut fits me perfectly but they do run shorter and slimmer at the waist/mid-section than most t-shirts-which is what I prefer anyway. Also, the arm band at the end of the sleeves is wider than a typical tee (I'm starting to like this more and more). Durability at this time seems good after two washes but we'll see.
post #33 of 50
Thread Starter 
Anyone own a Zimmerli tee?

http://www.zimmerliofswitzerland.com/

I read that it's even better than sunspel:

http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/f...d.php?p=910224
post #34 of 50
heard good things about armani tshirts, particularly the cashmere one
post #35 of 50
I bought about 10 pima v-necks from BR on sale - ridiculously comfortable and of great quality. Don't believe the hate on BR - the quality is still there for the basics.
post #36 of 50
I am going to pick up some beater pocket tees for summer soon. Probably going to go for J. Crew on sale.
post #37 of 50
Mossimo Target brand athletic fit shirts are one of my favorite.
post #38 of 50
i recently bought nike golf dri fit shirt from http://www.bigntallapparel.com/m-nike-golf.html. This shirt is lightweight and fits well, and i never feel sweaty or overheated. Smart enough looking to wear out in public as well. Looks great after washing and is so much more comfortable than t shirts. Overall my experience with nike golf tees and big tall tees are gud
post #39 of 50
Spurr Ts are probably the softest and lightest I've handled. But they're about $115 each. If you're just looking for something comfortable to wear around the house I think those Alternative Apparel Ts will probably do the job. They're very light and thin.

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Originally Posted by gilwood View Post
What's your opinion on which t-shirt is the most comfortable (when brand new)? I'm looking for the softest and thinnest material you've seen. I don't really care about graphics or not. I just want it to be super comfortable wearing around the house. Durability is not an issue since tees are replaceable.
post #40 of 50
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Rick Owens. /thread.
the super long ones are kinda a nuisance if you dont like bunching it up. However, asides from that...best t shirt ever made. $200-$300 ish bought new though, lol
post #41 of 50
I make a model tee and a bamboo sorona tee . They sell between 40 and 65 dollars. The only thing you would rather be in is vagina. That's how soft and comfy these tees are.
post #42 of 50

You're out of your mind. Those Target Haines shirts are thick stiff cotton. You'll sweaty your a$$ off if you wear one on a hot, humid day. 

post #43 of 50

I recently got a Joe's Jeans slub tee, it weighs 2.8 oz in size medium, I like it a lot. I also have an alo 70% bamboo / 30% organic cotton tee, it's 4.4 oz in size L. And I have a couple Alternative tees, they are very light and comfy, but since I lost weight the XLs are a little big on me. I didn't pay more than $15 for any of them...

post #44 of 50

Sunspel would be awesome if they would just get rid of the tag. 

post #45 of 50

I'm bumping this to see if there are more suggestions.  I used to get the Mossimo ones at Target for cheap, but they were a nice blend and retained their shape/color well.  Recently, they switched it up, now things fit terribly and seem much cheaper than previously.  Any help is appreciated.  Thanks.

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