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If you guys want perfection and customer service that will blow you, go shop at Neimans. They will make you feel cool.
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is $15 the cheapest you can find a supima cotton T?

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I haven't seen any that are cheaper. Well there is always hanes but they fall apart easily and really thin.
post #2884 of 3357
The tshirt isn't supima from what I remember.

The stitching on the hems of my shirts have begun to rip. Gonna move onto a shirt that lasts
post #2885 of 3357
Hows the french terry sweat? digging the raglan sleeves cause i have large shoulders and they usually look better on me.
post #2886 of 3357
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Originally Posted by CPaul View Post

The tshirt isn't supima from what I remember.

The stitching on the hems of my shirts have begun to rip. Gonna move onto a shirt that lasts

I think you're right, they switched but he said the difference in softness was arbitrary.
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Hows the french terry sweat? digging the raglan sleeves cause i have large shoulders and they usually look better on me.

Ohhh I have large shoulders because I lift, I'm sooooo cool.

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Edited by CalTex - 2/5/13 at 2:41pm
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driving the hype train just as it was coming to a stop 

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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

Ohhh I have large shoulders because I life, I'm sooooo cool.

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Sup brah smile.gif

lol actually i sorta have small shoulders vs my chest.. which is why raglan fits me nice because i can size up for the chest and not have to worry about shoulders being too large :P
post #2890 of 3357
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post


I think you're right, they switched but he said the difference in softness was arbitrary.

From what I remember about the conversation in this thread on that topic before, a key point is that supima cotton isn't a thing; it's a branding. Supima cotton is pima cotton (a certain good quality of the fluffy stuff), which is also certified by a particular company and grown in America. See these links:

 

http://www.supima.com/whats-supima/faq/

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supima

 

Hope that helps.

post #2891 of 3357
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probably lower cost of production and the quality is about the same. I think he said that in a previous post.
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Nan already said they were moving the next order of Ox's to China. I'm sure volume played a huge role in it.
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what up, I got a big cawk.
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Did anyone notice that the newer Tshirts (e.g. Antique, Merlot) have 1-inch longer sleeves than the older ones (e.g. Black, Slate)? Also the fit is slightly looser, which I prefer. Do they just have different cuts?

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Originally Posted by Henry Chan View Post

Did anyone notice that the newer Tshirts (e.g. Antique, Merlot) have 1-inch longer sleeves than the older ones (e.g. Black, Slate)? Also the fit is slightly looser, which I prefer. Do they just have different cuts?

I have noticed this. Unfortunately, as a smaller guy between sizes, this makes the fall colors not fit me as well as the originals (size small) :/

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