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A +1 for the Iron Heart loopwheel Ts. Fit is so good, it feels like it was cut for me. Got mine before they raised the price too, heh.

old price was 40 if i remember correctly?

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Try your sisters wardrobe!!

can anyone recommend some good u-neck-ish type shirts?

something like this, maybe even a little bit bigger collar

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not really into the wider unecks available in the states. would like my hands on some deeper/narrow unecks

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Where to buy unbleached/creme tees? Preferably cheap, like <$30/piece cheap

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Whats good with T by Wang? Any thoughts on fit, how they hold up after a wash in terms of fit and material/construction? worth the money?

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my girl has a lot of t by ish

the quality is alright, materials are nice; but after a wash there pretty much fucked, "hand wash only" bs.

for something similar I'd say blanc and noir's tees are spot on in terms of quality, I've only tried them on but the feel is similar, sale prices don't hurt either.

recently though I bought an lvc blank and I love it; nice vintage feel and a great cut, pricey though.

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i love Uniqlo premium cotton for ~6 months. Then they stretch and lose all shape which isn't the end of the world considering how little they cost, but i don't have local access to Uniqlo

Zimmerli makes the most comfortable white t, fits pretty well, but at almost $100 a pop, not very affordable to wear under my work shirt....

i will be trying those sifr shirts. always wanted to find a source that has quality t that can be ordered in bulk

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i will be trying those sifr shirts. always wanted to find a source that has quality t that can be ordered in bulk

Good call. Let us know what you think.

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Jungmaven

Made in U.S.A.

60% hemp and 40% organic cotton

Can come in short sleeve, $20, or long sleeve $31.

You almost had me buying some.. BUT.. they are 40% cotton and 60% viscose. It's hemp viscose, but it's still viscose. Might be more sustainable but I'm not a fan of viscose in tees.

AA V-necks fit me fantastically well but their crews not so much.

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can anyone suggest shirts with a little more length on them then normal. nothing super long, just something that will sit a little lower when layering.

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yea.... thats a bit more then i want to drop on a basic tee that i can't find on sale

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Just picked up a n.hoolywood summit tee for $27 dolla, down from 157, incredible. Will report in when I get it.

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James Perse makes great white tees. actually the best fitting white tee i've ever worn. something like $46 though.

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has anyone ever seen the elusive black kirkland signature t-shirt from costco? I've seen a price tag for them one time. 4-pack of black/grey shirts but couldn't find them anywhere. Asked the workers and they said they've never seen them either.

Do they exist? and will someone proxy me 3 packs please?

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Last time i checked, they had the black ones at my local costco. No grey ones anymore though, that's a shame.

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just bought 6x white tees from ascolour and they are quite thinner than normal. kinda bummed, guess its a cost cutting measure?

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for aus ppl: rivers (lol) has 'x slim' crewneck/vneck tshirts for $6

pretty thick/substantial material if you're into that

cut shorter and slimmer in the shoulder than ascolour tees (a little big in those areas for me and i'm a standard size s - i own the 'block tee' and 'pocket tee') and imo better

you can order online from their website so you never have to set foot into their stores (which all stink of wood varnish + a sea of XL tees + dad jeans)

not sure how they hold up after washing, but 6bux...

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