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post #16 of 115
MJK henleys are nice and under $50. I have a 3/4 sleeve one that is pretty nice.
post #17 of 115
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Originally Posted by mr.loverman View Post
dude i have a j.crew henley that i bought but it shrunk a bit so i can't where it. its brand new. its a size small.

id sell it to you if you want it. its a nice asphalt color that i really like. too bad i didn't buy a medium.

I just bought a few of their thermal henleys in size medium. After a wash they fit me pretty well, hitting right at the belt line. I generally like a henley with more than two buttons, but these are ok for about 30 bucks on sale from 42.50.
post #18 of 115
Costume National Homme has some really nice ones with a deep placket.
post #19 of 115
Anyone know anything re the fit of Rogues Gallery's henleys?
post #20 of 115
i have an athletic body type and while i can wear AA mediums in their tshirts (line dry, no dryer) - i prefer to size up on the henleys to XL, bc they shrink a lot. i like shirts snug on my shoulders and chest but i don't like them clinging to my lower torso - it tends to look too much like and undershirt when i wear them that tight.

i would use the same philosophy with the tshirts, but they don't shrink up like the henleys do.
post #21 of 115
my three favorites are j. crew, AA, and polo's ribbed cotton henleys this season are really great. they were overpriced for a long time but they're down to about $40 on polo.com.
post #22 of 115
the henleys on polo.com are ugly imo, like something from B.U.M or osh kosh.
post #23 of 115
Anybody have recommendations for slim fitting waffle-knit henleys (preferably with 3 or more buttons)?
post #24 of 115
RRL has some nice loose-knit henleys. I don't think they're waffle knit, but they're very nice.
post #25 of 115
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Originally Posted by airportlobby View Post
RRL has some nice loose-knit henleys. I don't think they're waffle knit, but they're very nice.

damn, you beat me to it and i will co-sign to this...
post #26 of 115
MJK is good. Although not the thickest, Alt App has some good ones that are slim fitting
post #27 of 115
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Originally Posted by Tooch4321 View Post
damn, you beat me to it and i will co-sign to this...

Rye GB wore one in a WAYWT a while back. They're pretty nice, but last I checked, they're around $130-140.
post #28 of 115
http://www.kohls.com/kohlsStore/mens...mal+Henley.jsp

Laugh if you want to but if you buy a small they'll fit a guy with a nomal build fine, and you can wear and machine wash them forever.
post #29 of 115
I spent months banging my head looking for a henley. Most henleys tended towards two extremes:

"¢ A button placket too small and narrow, making the shirt look too "underweary". This is certainly the case of AA.

"¢ A button placket too wide, impractically long, poncey and International Male-ish (many of the higher-end brands including Generra.)

I ended up getting this Topman henley on sale for !4 shipped. It was in sage greeen, which I liked, because to me, henleys only seem right in earth tones for some reason.

Of course, I posted it in a WAYWT and was summarily dissed.

Proportion-wise, the henleys I've liked the best are RRL and Theory. Both, naturally, are too expensive.

J Crew would have been ideal for me in aesthetics and price if they were more like henley t-shirts rather than henley sweaters. Even Eddie Bauer's henley looked like it might have been nice were it not for the logo.
post #30 of 115
I've got 4 short sleeve RRL henleys and 1 really heavy weight long sleeve RRL henley that will get busted out once it gets a little colder.
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