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Highest quality dark grey henley shirts that stands up to everyday (ab)use yet looks and feels elega

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by turantelle, Aug 31, 2016.

  1. turantelle

    turantelle Member

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    For everyday I only wear dark gray henley shirts that feel lightweight on the body (I live in California), but so far I've yet to find one that lasts more than a few months without falling apart, even though I only cold wash and never tumble dry my clothes.
    I've tested a few recently, all of the below have either pima or combed/ring spun cotton, but they fall short;

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    From left to right
    Alternative Men's Moroccan T-Shirt: Too flimsy, reviewers says it falls apart after two washes.
    Lucky Brand Men's Salt Point Y-Neck Shirt: Great look and feel, my favorite of the bunch, but got a hole after 1 week of use, also the most expensive @ $40.
    Spenglish Men's Pima Short Sleeve Henley: Tacky silver branding on the sleeve alone a deal breaker. Looks a cheap.
    Bella + Canvas Men's Triblend Short Sleeve Henley: Feels and looks cheap, very bouncy fabric from the polyester and rayon.

    Any suggestions of what to try next?
     
    Last edited: Aug 31, 2016

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