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post #61 of 93
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Originally Posted by aaaeeeiiiooouuu View Post
Don't the sweats say "FITCH" and "A&F" and shit in huge applique letters

https://www.abercrombie.com/webapp/w...=737644&seq=11
post #62 of 93
These may last longer than you want them too :-).

http://www.ironheart.co.uk/index.php...81b51232510ba7
post #63 of 93
Champion basic tees are some of the best on the market - http://championstadium.com/
post #64 of 93
Can anybody comment on either of the following:
Velva Sheen Pocket T's
The Real McCoy's Plain Tees

Thx!
post #65 of 93
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Originally Posted by McCurry View Post

Anybody try the Uniqlo t-shirts? They apparently have pretty good quality

They have a bunch of different T-Shirts. There are some that come in a plastic bag and some that are supposed to be a vintage-y type of t-shirt and they have some in some kind of synthetic fabric. I find the ones in plastic bags to fit a bit looser and the material to be a little thinner. I like the Vintage-y (they're either called vintage or authentic or original or one of those words) that are a good enough thickness. I took the synthetic fabric quick dry whatever shirt with me rafting and it dried just as fast as my friend's 100% synthetic shirts, even though the synthetic-y fabric is a cotton blend.

I like Kirkland Costco T-Shirts for a beefy and soft T-Shirt, They're actually pretty long and are my go to shirt for colder days. My absolute favorite shirts are made by Homage. They are a slim fit and are soft. They're thin but not nipple-y. I kinda wish they had some blanks. I might ask them if they sell any.
post #66 of 93
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I've been following the WAYWT thread and see a lot of people wearing the "Iron Head" and "Supreme" t-shirts
how's their quality? anyone know or have experience?

I imagine the Iron Head would be very thik and durable quality but are they soft ?
post #67 of 93
lacoste live pima cotton tees are softer than a baby's butt and their fit is superb; except they're $40 a pop.
post #68 of 93
what are the best plain white tees you can buy?
post #69 of 93
best for the money? here you go:

http://www.camapp.com/cotton.cgi

maybe not a "fashion" t-shirt, but perfect for an undershirt or a beater to lounge in
post #70 of 93
Soft Touch Crew Neck Short Sleeve tees at Uniqlo are pretty awesome. I own a few and they fit and feel great and the price point ain't bad either, ~$15.
post #71 of 93
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Originally Posted by Shorty Long View Post

best for the money? here you go:

http://www.camapp.com/cotton.cgi

maybe not a "fashion" t-shirt, but perfect for an undershirt or a beater to lounge in

Any comments on fit?
post #72 of 93
Robert Barakett at Nordstroms menswear section. Best pima cotton t-shirts out there by FAR. Super thick and heavy, slim cut. True to size, a little on the slimmer size if you wash and dry. Be careful when washing as it nearly shrinks a whole size. Tons of colors, v-neck as well as crewneck. Only downside is the retail. $70 is the tagged price, but anniversary sale price was around $50 per tee. Id imagine theyll hit sale price pretty fast though, as 70 is way to much.
post #73 of 93
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Originally Posted by RegisDB9View Post
When I wore A&F in HS I always found them to be heavy and hard for my body to breath in

you know, as much as A&F is not my style, everything I bought from them in HS is still kicking. 15 years of yard work, mechanical labor, just using those clothes to beat on... and they still are holding up. I gotta give them credit.

Yeah, some of those Chinese factories can make some wicked Tee's. Personally, I cant stand em as almost every last piece of clothing they make is like an A&F billboard. I am not one for being a walking advertisement, at least not without some kind of regular payment coming in. I recognize I am petty much in the minority in regards to my feelings toward A&F so to each their own.

I practically live in T-shirts during the spring, summer and fall months. I honestly must have T-shirts from 20 different companies in my closet. Personally I think J.Crew t-shirts are one of the most comfortable but they dont hold up particularly well as the fabric is on the thin side. Then again that's what makes them so comfortable so I continue to buy them by the truckload. I purchased a bunch of t-shirts from Three Dots a few years back and those are holding up really well. Ibex U-Sixty T-shirts and Ibex Indie Crew T-shirts are two of my favorites as well and they hold up extremely well. In all honesty there are A LOT of quality t-shirts to be found out there. Even basic T-shirts from Banana Republic, LL Bean, and Eddie Bauer hold up pretty well.

If your looking for T-shirts that are going to hold up the best then its best to go with extra long staple cotton (ELS) like Supima cotton. Supima cotton is extra long staple cotton that is grown in the US. Basically its stronger than regular cotton and thus will hold up considerably longer. Its also a lot softer too so its a win win situation. Unfortunately it does cost more but its worth it. A lot of the big companies are now making Supima cotton t-shirts.
post #74 of 93
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Originally Posted by Fycus View Post

Robert Barakett at Nordstroms menswear section. Best pima cotton t-shirts out there by FAR. Super thick and heavy, slim cut. True to size, a little on the slimmer size if you wash and dry. Be careful when washing as it nearly shrinks a whole size. Tons of colors, v-neck as well as crewneck. Only downside is the retail. $70 is the tagged price, but anniversary sale price was around $50 per tee. Id imagine theyll hit sale price pretty fast though, as 70 is way to much.

Would you recommend buying a medium if I wear medium in AA?
post #75 of 93
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by GotMyOrangeCrush View Post


If your looking for T-shirts that are going to hold up the best then its best to go with extra long staple cotton (ELS) like Supima cotton. Supima cotton is extra long staple cotton that is grown in the US. Basically its stronger than regular cotton and thus will hold up considerably longer. Its also a lot softer too so its a win win situation. Unfortunately it does cost more but its worth it. A lot of the big companies are now making Supima cotton t-shirts.

some great advice here. I didn't know about pima cotton until now and it seems like it has some great reviews.
Will give it a try when I get my next pay check:)
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