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Plain white tees

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Matt, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. Broark

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

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    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
     
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    they have a crew neck as well? You tried?
     
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    yeah they have crew necks too, never tried them though
     
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    All of them - normal and bond.
    They are good for about 10 washes though.
     
  11. jabberwock1977

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    I haven't had any issues with sunspels. I'm amazed how mint my 3-year-old one pocket white crew neck is. That said I only have one v-neck and I wasn't happy about the neckline on that from the start.
     

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