A shirt you don't have to wash or iron for 100 days. Would you wear it?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by DoTaskLeadHelp, May 4, 2013.

Would you wear it?

  1. Yes

    1 vote(s)
    8.3%
  2. Maybe, depending on real world reviews.

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    33.3%
  3. Maybe, if they offered better designs. I like the concept.

    1 vote(s)
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  4. No, because of hygienic reasons.

    3 vote(s)
    25.0%
  5. No, because button downs should not be made of wool.

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  6. I don't wear those kinds of shirts.

    3 vote(s)
    25.0%
  1. DoTaskLeadHelp

    DoTaskLeadHelp New Member

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    Saw this on Kickstarter.



    Quote: Would you wear it? Lazy as I am, I don't think I would-- just because people would see you wearing the same shirt three or four days a week. Also, there's an ick factor that can't be entirely reassured away by science...
     


  2. UnnamedPlayer

    UnnamedPlayer Senior member

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    no fucking way.
    Then again I don't own jeans
     


  3. Distorbiant

    Distorbiant Senior member

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    Only if its made of shuttle loom japanese denim
     


  4. thomaspaine

    thomaspaine Senior member

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    While they claim it's possible to wear 100 days straight without washing, no one is going to force you to wear it 100 days straight or 3 days a week.

    It's just a shirt made from wool. Wool doesn't retain odors and sweat the same way cotton or synthetics does. Think of it like a wool sweater, how many wears do you get out of it between dry cleaning?

    I like wool a lot but am still a little skeptical of their claims. We'll see though.
     


  5. CPaul

    CPaul Senior member

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    What's funny is the guy didn't even wear his shirt for the 100 days. He wore a sir Pendleton shirt. I bought one as well for traveling/hiking since its 100% merino. Should be interesting if his is better. Shouldn't be hard as the cut on the Pendleton shirt made for Paul bunyon
     


  6. DoTaskLeadHelp

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