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post #16 of 31
I need to find a new brand of white Ts for me. American Apparel are too long and alternative apparent dont fit me right.
post #17 of 31

I find for cheap white crewneck tees, the H&M David Beckham ones aren't bad. They are slim fitted and hold up pretty well for $18. 

post #18 of 31
Muji is too short. Uniqlo is a little too see through but their grey ones are perfect

Link to open co?
post #19 of 31
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

I need to find a new brand of white Ts for me. American Apparel are too long and alternative apparent dont fit me right.

Suggestion...

http://www.tateandyoko.com/17-tops/254-naked-famous-circular-knit-t-shirt-white.html
post #20 of 31

I've had my eye on these for awhile. Although I beat the hell out of my plain white Ts, current rotation all have blood on them from the gym. Would feel guilty about doing that to a $40 shirt.
post #21 of 31

I have one of these in grey, awesome construction.  Quality stuff.  Thinking about picking up a white one soon.  Might check out the N&F one too.

http://www.bestmadeco.com/collections/frontpage/products/standard-tee 

post #22 of 31

Most worthless white T's I ever bought were from ''Fruit of The Loom''. They ripped in the armpit at the first fit.

post #23 of 31
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

Muji is too short. Uniqlo is a little too see through but their grey ones are perfect
Link to open co?

http://theopencompany.net/

i'm 5'9 145 and i went with a medium which isn't available at the moment. supposedly soon theyre going to have more colors and more sizes but for now selection is a lil limited

also here's their SUFU thread
post #24 of 31
JCrew slim fit.
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post #25 of 31
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The necks on sunspel t shirts go bad fast

Which ones do you mean?

If the Riviera ('Bond') tees, I agree. They have a strange neck construction, that ends up folding over strangely. This is worse on a crew than on a v-neck.

Their normal tees, with the stitched neck construction (like the one in post #10 here) are holding up fine, IME.
post #26 of 31
Wings + Horns. Acne.

There was a brand posted a while back that sold in 3 packs, but always seemed to be sold out. What was that again? I think they were LA based.
post #27 of 31
my best kept secret is the dockers' white v-necks sold in 3 packs for like 17 bucks.... out of the package they fit huge but shrink a bunch after a wash. probably the most perfect white V out there
post #28 of 31
Thread Starter 
they have a crew neck as well? You tried?
post #29 of 31
yeah they have crew necks too, never tried them though
post #30 of 31
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post

Which ones do you mean?
If the Riviera ('Bond') tees, I agree. They have a strange neck construction, that ends up folding over strangely. This is worse on a crew than on a v-neck.
Their normal tees, with the stitched neck construction (like the one in post #10 here) are holding up fine, IME.

All of them - normal and bond.
They are good for about 10 washes though.
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