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post #286 of 295
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Originally Posted by Rallen View Post
Hey there.

I need some advice for webshops with nice graphic t-shirts ..

These are some of the last purchases i've made - just to show you what im looking for:






I'm already using yrbnyc.com, threadless.com and designbyhumans.com - the last one is almost always sold out in M's though.

Help me out here, please!

trollin? if not, check out http://www.uneetee.com

go wild.
post #287 of 295
American Apparel 50% off from group buy site BuyWithMe..


In Store:
http://www.buywithme.com/boston/deal...erican-apparel

Online:
http://www.buywithme.com/boston/deal...erican-apparel

Thought i'd share the wealth.
post #288 of 295

Does anyone know where to get good quality japanese t shirts?

post #289 of 295

Rakuten

post #290 of 295

Surprised there's no mention of hemp in this thread. Cotton/hemp blends (not viscose) wick way better than cotton, resist odor,  and have a 'crispy"/creasy texture somewhat like linen blends. Viscose blends are shiny and soft like a modal but lose some of the athletic qualities. I have a bunch of non-viscose tees from The Hempest for $19 and they compare really favorably to much more expensive 100% cotton stuff, especially in hot weather.

 

Jungmaven's probably the most widely-available hemp brand but it's mostly their viscose, which is too bad, because their non-viscose yarn-dyed fabrics are really cool.

post #291 of 295
Does anyone know how big is Urban Outfitters L compared to American Apparel L is it bigger or smaller? Soz for special flowering but I don't a store of either in 300 miles radius.

I bought http://store.americanapparel.net/power-washed-tee_2011 and http://store.americanapparel.net/viscose-sexuali-tee_rsavc400r while the fit is good enough I am kinda bothered by shoulder seams being too low - I guess it's on purpose because it looks like that on the models and though they ought to be 'oversized' a bit but i am not sure I like it because its not perfect lol. Quality seems adequate for the price though, I like em both.
post #292 of 295
Some friends of mine just launched a Kickstarter for Made in LA T-Shirts. They're very close to 100% of their goal a few days in, so it looks like they'll be successful. Classic crew neck pocket tees in 6 colors. No logos/branding except for the screen printed label inside the shirt. Also, as an aside, their dress shirts are a fantastic fit on me as a taller lean guy.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/741639594/hugh-and-crye-fitted-t-shirts-made-in-the-usa

post #293 of 295

Bumping an old thread, but does anyone have any experience with Buck Mason t-shirts https://www.buckmason.com/tees? Looking to replace my mish-mash of old tees and pocket tees and its really tough to find good options in the $20 - $50 range. I found DSTLD t-shirts to be a little too long and slender and unimpressive and J-Crew has awful quality control on their broken-in tees and too many pastel colors. 

post #294 of 295
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Originally Posted by boozwah View Post
 

Bumping an old thread, but does anyone have any experience with Buck Mason t-shirts https://www.buckmason.com/tees? Looking to replace my mish-mash of old tees and pocket tees and its really tough to find good options in the $20 - $50 range. I found DSTLD t-shirts to be a little too long and slender and unimpressive and J-Crew has awful quality control on their broken-in tees and too many pastel colors. 

 

I actually just picked up a few from their shop in LA earlier this week. It's early days, so I don't know how they'll hold up and how they'll fit after a wash, but early signs are I've found my new go-to tees.

 

They fit great -- slim without being tight and long. The fabrics (one a pima cotton and the other some sort of slubby cotton) are really nice and there are plenty of options (short sleeve, long sleeve, henley, pocket tees, etc.) and neutral colors. The plain crew necks have a curved hem, while the pocket tees are a more classic straight hem, if I remember correctly.

 

Given the price [$28-32] they come in at less than half the cost of my John Elliott tees and I like the fit better, plus they're still made in LA. 

post #295 of 295
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Originally Posted by brooks23 View Post
 

 

I actually just picked up a few from their shop in LA earlier this week. It's early days, so I don't know how they'll hold up and how they'll fit after a wash, but early signs are I've found my new go-to tees.

 

They fit great -- slim without being tight and long. The fabrics (one a pima cotton and the other some sort of slubby cotton) are really nice and there are plenty of options (short sleeve, long sleeve, henley, pocket tees, etc.) and neutral colors. The plain crew necks have a curved hem, while the pocket tees are a more classic straight hem, if I remember correctly.

 

Given the price [$28-32] they come in at less than half the cost of my John Elliott tees and I like the fit better, plus they're still made in LA. 

 

Cool, thanks for the feedback. I ordered a Medium and Large online to see how I like the fit, but I like what I saw online. Did not know the company was on Shark Tank or raised a bunch of seed capital from investors. Some of the "timeless" and "updated classics" copy on the website is a bit tedious but the cuts and the washes look really solid. Price is great too.

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