Most comfortable T-shirt (tee)?

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  1. gilwood

    gilwood Senior member

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    What's your opinion on which t-shirt is the most comfortable (when brand new)? I'm looking for the softest and thinnest material you've seen. I don't really care about graphics or not. I just want it to be super comfortable wearing around the house. Durability is not an issue since tees are replaceable.
     
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    denimdestroyedmylife Big Winner

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    alt-a burnout tees
    you will need bandaids to cover your nipples
     
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    alt-a burnout tees
    you will need bandaids to cover your nipples


    haha seriously though
    if you're not a fan of the burnout, which a lot aren't
    then the perfect tees are my favorite
     
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    randomkoreandude Senior member

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    CoconutBanana Senior member

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    Honestly I've tried American Apparel and Urban Outfitters Ts but the best Ts i've found are the 4 for 20 dollars hanes Ts at Target.
     
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    Bamboo not cotton.
     
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    Jekyll Senior member

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    H&M has some really thin cotton t-shirts for $5. Only a couple of colors though, at least at my location.
     
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    I like the Alfani brand that they sell at Macy's.
     
  10. gilwood

    gilwood Senior member

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    pima cotton

    Hmm... Lacoste has some nice pima cotton tees, but they are pretty pricey. T-shirt vs. Jantzen shirt? Tough choice.

    http://shopapparel.lacoste.com/p/Sho...irt/B000SEIM80

    Alternative Apparel claims they have the softest tees around:

    http://www.alternativeapparel.com/Sh...spx&Consumer=Y

    How comfortable are these burnout tees? I can't imagine a 50/50 cotton poly blend being that comfortable:

    http://www.alternativeapparel.com/Sh...spx&Consumer=Y
     
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    lacoste even kill t-shirts with the stupid alligator..

    and i know i already said it, but the perfect tees from alternative are pima cotton too

    and the burnout tees really are comfortable, they are just pretty much see through for the most part which turns a lot of people off
     
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    do the lacoste shirts really fit like a 40 " chest, thats a rediculous size for a small?
     
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    Timbaland Senior member

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    I picked up a couple Alternative Apparel Earth tees and they are really soft. They're a little short though. I hope they don't shrink when I wash them.
     
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    I really like my JCrew "broken in" T-shirts. They are prewashed, so they feel very soft.
     

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