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This new Google keyboard Gboard is pretty nice
post #9827 of 13803
wait je tees are $100? lmao
post #9828 of 13803
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

Isaora (merino ones are thin, but have a good cut), bread and boxers, Hanes, 3sixteen, merz (they are shortish though)...


Hows the quality on bread & boxers?

post #9829 of 13803
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

Isaora (merino ones are thin, but have a good cut), bread and boxers, Hanes, 3sixteen, merz (they are shortish though)...
3sixteen are excellent. I can confirm.
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

wait je tees are $100? lmao

Some of them. They still have the cotton-modal blends for $50 or $60, but some of the newer models are damn expensive.
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Has anyone else experienced slow response times from Gentry lately. Great store and generally good customer service, but I've had a few instances now where my emails have gone ignored. I'm usually not shy to give a call to the store, but sometimes when life is crazy and you need to email, it would be nice to get a response at least within a few days right?
post #9832 of 13803
I really like the eco jersey fabric tee's from Alternative Apparel--don't shrink and dry pretty quickly.
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Anyone tried the epaulet ts?

I refuse to buy from uniqlo/H+M/zara/etc...
post #9834 of 13803
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Originally Posted by boozwah View Post

I've had sizing consistency issues with J-Crew and Uniqlo t-shirts pretty frequently so I've been looking elsewhere for go-to t-shirts. DSTLD has some nice t-shirts with a more modern cut and nice washes. They are cut pretty slim and long though, so not really that great to wear with just jeans or shorts but good for layering. I tried some Buck Mason t-shirts recently that I was pretty pleased with. If you look past the cliched "timeless, updated classics" copy on the website their t-shirts are pretty nice. Fits and drapes nicely and has a curved hem and good length. The neck opening is a little tight for my liking and the sleeves are maybe a bit short, but otherwise pretty solid. Both are around $30. Not sure what other options are out there that are reasonably priced. John Elliot looks nice but no way I'm paying $100 for a t-shirt.

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Originally Posted by ClambakeSkate View Post

Anyone tried the epaulet ts?

I refuse to buy from uniqlo/H+M/zara/etc...

I haven't personally tried Epaulet tees but a good option for both of you to try might be Everlane tees. They're $15-20 a pop depending on if you want a front pocket and they're made in the US! I love Everlane's transparency pricing also, which is a plus if you don't like uniqlo/h&m/Zara due to working conditions issues.
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Originally Posted by cocostella View Post

Cotton On. I'm 6' and these stay long enough. Cheap.

http://cottonon.com/US/p/cotton-on-men/the-other-crew/2034130101939.html#pmin=0&sz=48&start=145

 

Those actually look surprisingly good. No sizing guide though. How's the fit? Do they shrink much?

post #9836 of 13803
Yeah, Everlane's tees are pretty great now. The standard solid ones are satisfyingly long and don't shrink at all if washed on a cold cycle and hang-dried. The newest cut is weirdly slim, though, so I'd recommend taking a size up.
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

Yeah, Everlane's tees are pretty great now. The standard solid ones are satisfyingly long and don't shrink at all if washed on a cold cycle and hang-dried. The newest cut is weirdly slim, though, so I'd recommend taking a size up.

Damn, wish they'd bring back the u-neck now that they've fixed the cut.
post #9838 of 13803
huh that gboard is pretty good, though the emoji search mostly doesn't work for me. thanks for the heads up shah.
post #9839 of 13803
What about that warning when you activate, sounds suspect af.
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Originally Posted by BadGrammerKid View Post



I haven't personally tried Epaulet tees but a good option for both of you to try might be Everlane tees. They're $15-20 a pop depending on if you want a front pocket and they're made in the US! I love Everlane's transparency pricing also, which is a plus if you don't like uniqlo/h&m/Zara due to working conditions issues.

 

Everlane looks pretty good standard option. What's the deal with the cotton crew vs the premium crew? Looks like the sizing is completely different.

 

I like a t with a slight u-neck or a curved hem, but usually they are significantly pricier or cut too aggressively. 

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