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Why dont companies make 1/2 sleeve length t shirts for men?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by VictorC, Jun 25, 2011.

  1. VictorC

    VictorC Senior member

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    Ive checked online and in shops but t shirts are either short or long sleeved. Occasionally you get 3/4 length but never 1/2 sleeve in length when it comes to mens t shirts.

    Women on the other hand are spoilt for choice. Ive come across many for women. I like the half length because you dont feel so self conscious if you havent got the biceps as you havent been training. Long sleeve for the summer doesnt feel right sometimes and, well 3/4 length i like as well.

    I think companies need to sort it out. But the sleeves need to be quite fitted.
     
  2. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    Lots of Japanese brands make these. 5351, Shellac come to mind.
     
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    Yeah, I have one from mad of moods, which you can get from the SF affiliate blue owl
     
  4. VictorC

    VictorC Senior member

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    wow, uncontrol and mattt, i will try check them out. but never heard of those weird sounding companies?

    I find half length sleeves when fitted look really good. But so hard to buy and i rarely see men wear them as well.
    Only saw Clint Eastwood wear one in the film tightrope. That was nice. They have to be sporty type shirts as well, like nfl looking.
     
  5. VictorC

    VictorC Senior member

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    Not much luck with those japanese companies im afraid.
     
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    brad-t Senior member

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    Not much luck with those japanese companies im afraid.

    Yeah I'm sure you looked really hard in those 35 minutes.
     
  8. VictorC

    VictorC Senior member

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    Dunno if you saw it and didn't like it, but its out there http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999212

    Yes that is ok in the sleeves but i think i like a v neck more. But not that much though as i said. But thanks for that, and i like a sporty print as well.
    But something like this is what i mean. As i say women seem to have more choice and the fashion world cater for them more than men.

    http://www.google.com/products/catal...CBYQ8wIwAzgK#p
     
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    Yes that is ok in the sleeves but i think i like a v neck more. But not that much though as i said. But thanks for that, and i like a sporty print as well.
    But something like this is what i mean. As i say women seem to have more choice and the fashion world cater for them more than men.

    http://www.google.com/products/catal...CBYQ8wIwAzgK#p


    WTF
     
  10. mattt

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    Alright peace
     
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    thekunk07 Senior member

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    damir, shellac, raf, rick, most make them.
     
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    because it's a feminine piece that the average man wouldn't buy [​IMG]
     
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    because it's a feminine piece that the average man wouldn't buy [​IMG]

    the average man doesn't post on internet forums about clothing. you're a relative faggot just like the rest of us
     
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    kit99bar Senior member

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    please don't take my comments out of context like that and please take your homophobic comments away [​IMG]

    the average man doesn't post on internet forums about clothing. you're a relative faggot just like the rest of us
     
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    please don't take my comments out of context like that and please take your homophobic comments away [​IMG]

    lol yeah dude i'm super homophobic

    np victor, hope you find something you like
     
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