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Undershirt that stays tucked?

post #1 of 22
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Hey there! And thanks for any help in advance. I have my days where I sweat more than others - oftentimes it isn't weather dependent. To avoid to the chances of pit stains on my dress shirt, I always wear an undershirt.

 

However, they always come untucked. Does anybody have some recommendations for affordable undershirts that stay tucked?

post #2 of 22
I tuck my undershirt into the waistband of my boxer briefs. It stays put.
post #3 of 22
Dockers are decent
post #4 of 22
Keep your eyes open for these:

http://www.gilt.com/brand/tommy-john/product/133865515-tommy-john-stay-tucked-deep-vneck-t-shirt

http://www.gilt.com/brand/tommy-john/product/61548876-tommy-john-stay-tucked-crew-neck-t-shirt

If there's a Nordstrom's outlet nearby, go there. I got some at the one in Union Square in NYC for $22 each. IDK how affordable they are, but they really do stay tucked in and they don't bunch up at the waist under your shirt.
post #5 of 22
Never thought I'd see the day that I would recommend shopping at Sears on Styleforum, but these work well for me.
post #6 of 22
Thread Starter 

You guys are great! Thanks so much!

post #7 of 22
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Originally Posted by wigglr View Post

Hey there! And thanks for any help in advance. I have my days where I sweat more than others - oftentimes it isn't weather dependent. To avoid to the chances of pit stains on my dress shirt, I always wear an undershirt.

 

However, they always come untucked. Does anybody have some recommendations for affordable undershirts that stay tucked?

Are you very tall? Wearing a shirt under a shirt will just make you sweat more and you'll sweat right through the uindershirt and on to the shirt. Undershirts are snug fitting and air doesn't circulate so it's better not wearing one. Just spray the shirt's underarms with a diluted detergent before washing and you won't get sweat atains.

post #8 of 22
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Originally Posted by Snedley View Post

Are you very tall? Wearing a shirt under a shirt will just make you sweat more and you'll sweat right through the uindershirt and on to the shirt. Undershirts are snug fitting and air doesn't circulate so it's better not wearing one. Just spray the shirt's underarms with a diluted detergent before washing and you won't get sweat atains.

 

No, I'm average height. In my experience, I have faired better with an undershirt, although I've never worn a very tight one.

post #9 of 22
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Originally Posted by Snedley View Post

Are you very tall? Wearing a shirt under a shirt will just make you sweat more and you'll sweat right through the uindershirt and on to the shirt. Undershirts are snug fitting and air doesn't circulate so it's better not wearing one. Just spray the shirt's underarms with a diluted detergent before washing and you won't get sweat atains.

As a person who perspires quite easily and sometimes profusely, I can tell you that t-shirts are a necessity to avoid the darkened armpit look. Year round.

Some people will sweat regardless of what layers they're wearing. For those people, t-shirts are a necessity.
post #10 of 22
Try the hi tech undershirts that wick the moisture. They are actually cooler than no undershirt at all.

They need to be snug in order to work well - this also makes them less likely to move around much.
post #11 of 22

Uniqlo.

 

This: http://www.uniqlo.com/silkydry/us/

 

The grey color will show less through white shirts or other light colored shirts than white.

post #12 of 22
Ribbed Tee's. They're about 30" long and never untuck (in my experience).
post #13 of 22
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

Try the hi tech undershirts that wick the moisture. They are actually cooler than no undershirt at all.
They need to be snug in order to work well - this also makes them less likely to move around much.

 

Do you have any suggestions?

 

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Originally Posted by mez28 View Post

Uniqlo.

 

This: http://www.uniqlo.com/silkydry/us/

 

The grey color will show less through white shirts or other light colored shirts than white.

 

Living ab 30 min outside of Boston, how do I buy from Uniqlo?

post #14 of 22
Get the ones that snap between the legs. Which side you hang your balls on is entirely up to you.
post #15 of 22
The Kirkland brand undershirts from Costo work well for me. They stay tucked and fit trim.
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