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Plain white tees

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Matt, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. Matt

    Matt Senior member

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    I think this is the first time I have ever started a thread in SWD. So. So. Nervous.

    Simple one boys....who makes the best quality plain white tees these days? Well priced, good cotton, a neck that doesn't get all warped n droopy, etc.

    Point me at 'em.
     
  2. bl@ster

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    Costco's Kirkland store brand.
     
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    are the Kirkland's thick?
     
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    I did wear those Kirkland ones as undershirts for a super long time and they held up pretty well, never as an actual shirt though. Uniqlo is also good, price and quality considered. Probably could look there. And if you want to up it a little Everlane would be worthwhile to check out (and by upping it I mean go from <$10 to $15).
     
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    Yes. Thickest I've found.
     
  7. Matt

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    Interesting, thanks for the responses guys. I live in Vietnam, which means Costco is kinda out for me, will look into the Everlane. And ya, my Uniqlos are decent, so that's always a possibility.
     
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    Uniqlo for a cheap option
    Muji for slightly more
    WJK for $$$
     
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    V neck or Crew neck?
     
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    Matt Senior member

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    crew
     
  13. jack london

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    For light weight tees: WTAPS skivvies t shirt 3 packs

    Heavy weight: iron heart loopwheeled crew neck is unbeatable
     
  14. karmaguy

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    i found the sunspel tees to be a bit too thin for my taste. big fan of wtaps, calvin klein, and the open co. (some dude on SUFU started it).
     
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    The necks on sunspel t shirts go bad fast
     
  16. Coldsnap

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    I need to find a new brand of white Ts for me. American Apparel are too long and alternative apparent dont fit me right.
     
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    I find for cheap white crewneck tees, the H&M David Beckham ones aren't bad. They are slim fitted and hold up pretty well for $18.
     
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    Muji is too short. Uniqlo is a little too see through but their grey ones are perfect

    Link to open co?
     
    Last edited: Nov 13, 2012
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