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post #57121 of 57263

The Costco ones are wide in the shoulder/arms and a good length, but made with heavyweight cotton and sturdy. I switch between that for colder weather and Sifr Beanstalks for the summer, which are thin, with shorter sleeves, nice taper but narrower shoulders and longer than usual. Both are well-made, I've about 10+ combined, washed 30-40 times and none have changed shape. I like them better than Uniqlo and AA 50/50s.


Edited by accordion - 8/29/16 at 8:20pm
post #57122 of 57263
I wear Mossimo t-shirts from Target. They're moderately slim fitting and work well for me, but I have a more slender build.
post #57123 of 57263
cotton on tees still work for me.
post #57124 of 57263
Lately I've been wearing women's tunic-tee type things and modifying the sleeves by cutting slits in them.

e.g. this type of thing




Generally fits like a long-ish t-shirt on me. It's weird around the chest/shoulders at first because it's tight through the arms and doesn't hang loosely like it does on the model, but if you can cut into the sleeves a little it sits nice and loose.

Benefit is that women tend to have much nicer designs at the mall to mid-range level.
post #57125 of 57263
I can't get into the long tee thing. I actually want shorter tees. No Kid Cudi midriff bullshit but definitely a little shorter than normal.
post #57126 of 57263

For those of you with larger quads and who still buy expensive jawns:

 

I can recommend Ann Demeulemeester trousers if you haven't already. Look for the cuts with the elongated rise (sometimes called drop crotch in product descriptions although it is not slouchy in a diaper-way like they usually are) and some volume in the thighs that tapers to the hem. They seem to be one of the brands signature cuts that are used in many styles. I have two different pairs now and they are the most flattering cut I've had. 

post #57127 of 57263
Yea, its hard not to get the sausage stuffed in casing look when ya got some hips..
post #57128 of 57263
Leaning out has helped me with pants. Uniqlo chinos fit great
post #57129 of 57263
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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post

Leaning out has helped me with pants. Uniqlo chinos fit great

Yup, helped me too. Seem to store most fat there. Size on legs goes first when I start to lose weight.
post #57130 of 57263
Yup, same.
post #57131 of 57263
Anyone have recommendation for gloves for lifting? The biggest problem for me when I am working out at the gym is that I have really sweaty palms and it happens really quick into my workouts. I have a towel on hand but I am constantly wiping down my hands on them and it is quite annoying. I am looking for gloves that will help with grip and be a bit breathable so that the moisture isn't getting built up inside the gloves.

Anyone have any recommendations or advice? Any is greatly appreciated!
post #57132 of 57263
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Originally Posted by noobedloser View Post

Anyone have recommendation for gloves for lifting? The biggest problem for me when I am working out at the gym is that I have really sweaty palms and it happens really quick into my workouts. I have a towel on hand but I am constantly wiping down my hands on them and it is quite annoying. I am looking for gloves that will help with grip and be a bit breathable so that the moisture isn't getting built up inside the gloves.

Anyone have any recommendations or advice? Any is greatly appreciated!

Resultado de imagen de true grip musckit

 

These are very good.

post #57133 of 57263
If you have sweaty palms use lifting chalk.

I've never had a glove that didn't make things worse and/or made it more difficult to grip the weight.
post #57134 of 57263

And in case you are not allowed to use regular block chalk at your gym, use liquid chalk.

That will dry your hands for sure.

post #57135 of 57263
now that fall is coming i cycled off creatine for a while so i can fit into my f/w sweaters and outerwear better.
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