@mrpo0nani ahh.. they wouldn't be my first choice. That heavy jersey would do okay in a dry heat, but hot and humid will turn that into a sweaty suit of armor.
@tropics I've seen guys up to about 6'2" or so wear the tees - especially if your size is L or XL.
And all of these are pre-shrunk assuming that you use cold water and hang drying. If you fry it with hot water or a hot dryer then they may get a little shorter, but you'd have to work at that.
@FrankCowperwood luckily we've got a lot of loopwheels still in stock, and I'd definitely consider keeping them in the line. They're simple and a pretty regular add-on for orders during the warmer months.
And thanks for all of your support with the knits - I know that you personally picked up quite a few of them. You wear them really well!
It was a fun project to do and I'm glad that we put out some products that you guys dug.
@venividivicibj about $250, as they'd essentially be like MTO pants from Southwick. Would be some baller shorts with full construction and the whole nine though.
@lifeinabox sort of, but the difference from one size to the next is greater on the loopwheels.
I'd say the following
Size Small Loopwheel = Size Small Union
Size Medium Loopwheel = Size Medium Union (going to fit slim) or size Large Union (fitting a bit bigger, but still good)
Size Large Loopwheel = Size XL Union
@scrolls thanks man, glad that you liked them!
@Nik Telford you grabbed a great pair - thanks so much!
@Epaulet, would you recommend a medium or large in the t-shirts for someone who wears a 38-40 sport coat? The sizing chart would tell me to buy a large but I'm a solid medium, sometimes small.
@Sudonihm you could probably wear either of them. I take a 41 jacket and wear a Large, but it's pretty fitted on me. If you like to wear tees on the tighter side, then go for a medium. The large will fit bigger on your, but probably still look very good.