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post #10711 of 12305
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Originally Posted by YOLO EMSHI View Post
 

how often do you guys wash your heattech stuff?

Every time after I wear them machine wash, and machine dry. I wear one each day of the week to work since there release and they held up better then any basic tee I have owned. I wish I would of sized up though. 

post #10712 of 12305
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Originally Posted by baxter0 View Post

Really, the Everlane aren't very good?

 

They're average. Nothing special for a $15 tee. And the supposed 2.2x markup makes me wonder if Everlane is lying to us or the factories are lying to Everlane about the cost of the item.

post #10713 of 12305
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Originally Posted by aphelan View Post

I just received a couple of the Supima cotton tees and the quality is really nice. I work with blank tees for a living and these are top notch.

Much higher quality than the $15 Everlane tees which are simply $1 ringspun cotton blanks.

 

You mean the long-sleeved supima tee? The material is nice but too thin. Fits pretty slim in the body but the armhole is ridiculously high and sleeve is tiny. And I think they just increased the price from $13 to $15. Lands' End Supima tee is 5x nicer and only $5 more expensive.

 

The short-sleeved premium cotton tee is a tad better and more worth buying imo.

post #10714 of 12305
The premium t's went up in price too, not sure when that happened. Are the new ones better or something? The old ones are priced up too.
post #10715 of 12305
Lands end defiantly have the best cheap tees. You could proxy Real McCoy or Velva Sheen tees from Japan for about $35 a pop, quality wise would be your best option.
post #10716 of 12305
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Originally Posted by baxter0 View Post

The premium t's went up in price too, not sure when that happened. Are the new ones better or something? The old ones are priced up too.

I'm going to have to check them out in person next week. Uniqlo needs to add new colors. They always got the same boring ass colors every year round.
post #10717 of 12305

I hope this increase in price across most products = better quality (here's to hoping for 2009-2011 Uniqlo).

post #10718 of 12305
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Originally Posted by einstine View Post

Lands end defiantly have the best cheap tees. You could proxy Real McCoy or Velva Sheen tees from Japan for about $35 a pop, quality wise would be your best option.

 

How do they fit and hold up after many washes?

post #10719 of 12305
The Lands End tees hold up well they dont look like new anymore but the two I have are around a year old, and the collar and seams have kept there shape.
post #10720 of 12305
Are you guys talking about the Lands' End Super-T shirts? What's the sizing like on those? I am between a medium and a small with the Uniqlo premium tees.
post #10721 of 12305
Hah seems like I'm not the only one who thinks Lands End makes the best Ts. I think their super T henleys are some of the best out there, really thick and durable with nice buttons. Also you can snag them for a good 50% off in stores all the time.

As for sizing they run pretty large.

It's interesting, I use to buy the hell out of Uniqlo. But now Lands End is my go to for basics, mostly because Lands End is cut better for me. But the quality difference is really noticeable, I'd take a Lands End flannel over a Uniqlo any day.
post #10722 of 12305
I would say there tees run tts, coats do also.

With Lands End, and Uniqlo, I wonder why H&M even exists they have got to have the worst quality products in existence.
post #10723 of 12305

Uniqlo and Lands End have nothing on H&M when it's in almost every mall in the USA.

post #10724 of 12305
Anybody have this "MEN WASHED COTTON SLIM FIT JACKET"??

Looking for a light, casual sports jacket for the spring.

post #10725 of 12305

Uniqlo T's don't really fit me that well either, what model of Lands Ends T's are you guys getting?  Tailored fit?  Regular?

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