Gildan shirt is soft and comfortable i order two i like the comfortable fit so i had to order me a couple more i love a comfortable shirt to move around in thanks guys. Jay
Country of Origin: Imported
Fabric Care Instructions: Machine wash cold with like colors, remove immediately. Use only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Do not use fabric softener, tumble dry low, cool iron if needed, exclusive of decoration. Do not dry clean.
I bought some long-sleeved T-shirts at a hobby store last year and loved them. But the only colors available are black, white, and red. So I went to the Gildan website and ordered 3 more in other colors. These shirts are more cozy than others I have purchased. The only drawback is that I am a woman and I would have loved to see this same shirt in colors like turquoise, fuchsia, etc.
I buy these shirts for both my son and husband. They both like the shirts. The shirts do not seem to shrink in the dryer and color does not fade. Shirts are true to size and are a nice quality not to thin, Similar to Hanes Beefy Tees. My husband wears these shirts daily for work and they last many washes. We will continue to buy these shirts.
The material is thin but has a tight weave to it. It's a semi soft shirt but very comfortable. I bought it a size larger than usual because I wanted something loose to "bum" around the house and stay warm. Can't stand artifical heat and this shirt works, not perfect but it works.
this mens medium long sleeved t-shirt is true to size and the color is as advertised. I have not washed it yet so I am not sure about shrinkage. one thing about this shirt is that it is tapered slightly at the bottom rather than getting larger. this was a good thing for me.
These shirts are well made from heavier weight cotton than most tees. Sizing is accurate if you are on the trim side for the size range, otherwise order a size larger than normal. The only reason that I didn't give it five stars is that the shirts still have the size and trademark, etc., on a fabric label stitched into the back of the collar. Some people, myself included, are "thin skinned" and labels like that in a garment worn next to the skin are a constant irritation; think of an itch between the shoulder blades that can't be relieved by scratching, and it goes on all day long. This requires that I carefully trim off the offending label as closely as possible without cutting the stitching of the collar. I believe Haines was the first manufacturer to screen print that info on the inside of the shirt (remember the Jackie Chan ads?), but most everyone uses that method now.
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