Mens T-Shirt help please!

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by moebaca, Sep 26, 2006.

  1. moebaca

    moebaca Member

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    Hey first time poster just for this question. I was wondering what type of shirt you would call this where the collar is about a little lower than the middle of the neck and the arms have more of a tigher fit. Pretty much just tighter bands around the neck and the arms. Links to some brands or anything would be great. Anyways thanks for the help.
    peace

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  2. knucks

    knucks Senior member

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    A shirt that isn't meant to fit like that.
     


  3. moebaca

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    A shirt that isn't meant to fit like that.
    Thats such a sick shirt. TSACLOTHING went out of bussiness though so im looking for another brand that produces those ****ers
     


  4. knucks

    knucks Senior member

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    From experience I know that a tshirt shouldn't fit like that.
     


  5. moebaca

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    From experience I know that a tshirt shouldn't fit like that.
    Well until I have that similair experiance I am going to continue looking for this style of Tee. Anyone else?
     


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    modual Senior member

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    The arms are fine but the neck just looks very wrong imo
     


  7. knucks

    knucks Senior member

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    The arms are fine but the neck just looks very wrong imo
    exactly. it's a little kid's shirt. (or a fucked up manufacturing process to make a "slim fit" shirt. my zoo york tshirt is like that, i don't like it
     


  8. Brian SD

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    Loopwheeler t-shirts have a tight, and higher-up neck. Not to the extreme of your example, but you should check them out if you don't mind dropping some $40+ on a shirt.
     


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    From experience I know that a tshirt shouldn't fit like that.
    What are you talking about, the shirt looks fine, fits very well especially in the arms. The collar is a tad unconventional, I must admit.
     


  10. mendel

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    What are you talking about, the shirt looks fine, fits very well especially in the arms. The collar is a tad unconventional, I must admit.

    He means the collar [​IMG]
     


  11. knucks

    knucks Senior member

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    He means the collar [​IMG]
    The collar is really, well, weird. My Zoo York shirt is like that, it's like a fault in production, really annoying. I've considered removing the collar.
     


  12. moebaca

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    I dunno I think the picture just makes it look super gay but it looks way better when in full view............

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    Finger off the fucking trigger.
     


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