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Low cut t-shirts

Nosu3

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Any one know of any decent quality low cut t-shirts that are about 23-24" in length and under $20 each?

Best I've found was a small BDG shirt from Urban Outfitters, which was 18" chest and 23" length. They now have a new line with black tags and the smalls fit very wide and long, so now I'm searching other places. extra smalls were very small.

Tried American Apparel but again, about 26-27" in length.
 

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I, too, have been searching for t-shirts with similar measurements for quite a while. Gildan youth t-shirts in size large are 18 pit to pit and 24 in length. However, the colors don't seem as great and as lively as AA, and they are probably made in sweatshops. Our StyleForum affiliate Michael J. Krell makes t-shirts with good measurements, but colors are limited and will cost you a little more.
 

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Yeah, a variety of colors would work. If only UO still made the earlier BDG shirts.
 

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Hmm, I'm 6'1," but still would like shirts that are shorter than those from AA. I wear APC NC's, and because of their mid-high rise, AA-length tees, and even somewhat shorter H&M tees completely cover the belt and pockets, which looks a bit weird. Considering my height and the rise of New Cures, what sort of tees might hit me mid-belt or so?
 

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Our brand Body Wild by Gunze are consistent at 25-1/2" in length for both the modal style and the 100% cotton. Cottons are $16 pre-discount. http://www.shop.atsuitokyo.com/scrip...chMode=IMGONLY

Sorry, I just realized we do not have all dimensions on our site for the t-shirts (only the off the package dimensions). I will get these measurements up just after Christmas. Anyone who needs a measurement can pm me.
 

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What size Alt. Apparel?
Small is 17 ptp and Medium is 21 ptp from a recent experience.
a big gap in sizes and I think small was a bit too small
 

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MJK is all about the short tees. Which totally works against me but evidently might fit you well.
 

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if you're looking at U-Neck t-shirts, i wear the American Apparel women's version of the 'Summer Shirt'

i usually wear a size XL in women's and M in men's

. . . beats paying more than $50 for an Acne U-Neck
 

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