Random Fashion Questions: Plain t-shirt help


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YLAup
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5410 posts since 5/9/11

20 Feb 2016 18:48
Looking for a relatively thick boxy white crew neck (isn't everyone). Looked into Bread and Boxers and a few others but too much elastane/poly content. Anyone seen anything around for this spring?
beedub
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6810 posts since 7/3/07

20 Feb 2016 20:45
Supreme pocket T?
beedub
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6810 posts since 7/3/07

20 Feb 2016 20:46
McCoy's? National Anthem?
pyscho
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168 posts since 27/3/12

20 Feb 2016 22:28
Bureau Belfast is a good bet, National Atheletic, Velva Sheen, Sunspel etc
beedub
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6810 posts since 7/3/07

20 Feb 2016 22:52
Sunspel are no good for thick or boxy Ts, Velva Sheen is a good shout though.
pyscho
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168 posts since 27/3/12

20 Feb 2016 23:05
Ahh, Ok. Bureau seems to have a good selection of good quality basics, was pulling names out of a hat. A good start anyway
pyscho
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168 posts since 27/3/12

posted 20 Feb 2016 23:08, edited 20 Feb 2016 23:08
Me personally. Fruit of the Loom, Super premium heavyweight I think it's called. Decent, it's just a tshirt isn't it…?

As a basic tee mind
Jimmy326
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4571 posts since 22/9/07

20 Feb 2016 23:29
Velva Sheen are real thick but very slim fitting - definite size up job. McCoys again are thick but fit quite slim and short.
LFC
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4599 posts since 14/6/11

21 Feb 2016 00:09
American Apparel Hammer tshirts are great if you want thick and boxy, it's all I wear now for tshirts really and if you get a discount code even better.
Sumbeam
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877 posts since 27/1/11

21 Feb 2016 00:39
LFC wrote: American Apparel Hammer tshirts are great if you want thick and boxy, it's all I wear now for tshirts really and if you get a discount code even better.

I'm with LFC, the Hammer Tees are perfect for me, cheap, decent fit and seem to last!
Maguire
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447 posts since 12/2/12

21 Feb 2016 01:05
http://www.enkalda.com/white-premium-heavyweight-t-shirt/
beedub
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6810 posts since 7/3/07

21 Feb 2016 08:55
You got any of those Maguire? Never heard of them.
discobobulated
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889 posts since 21/4/10

posted 21 Feb 2016 10:22, edited 21 Feb 2016 10:22
Looks like it has a turtle neck & flappy sleeves.
Flipper
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487 posts since 2/1/07

21 Feb 2016 12:19
Vela sheen rolled tees are excellent - fairly boxy , really soft material. Don't like their 2 pac tees though as the neck is too big and just feels flimsy.
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1178 posts since 8/7/08

21 Feb 2016 13:05
pyscho wrote: Me personally. Fruit of the Loom, Super premium heavyweight I think it's called. Decent, it's just a tshirt isn't it…?

As a basic tee mind

I use these too. Cheap, decent quality, bit rough/slubby texture to them, nice tight neck, keep their shape after washing
YLAup
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5410 posts since 5/9/11

21 Feb 2016 13:15
Thanks for the responses. Might have to do a few testers.Cool
toof_ake
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1143 posts since 23/8/09

21 Feb 2016 14:45
YLAup wrote: Looking for a relatively thick boxy white crew neck (isn't everyone). Looked into Bread and Boxers and a few others but too much elastane/poly content. Anyone seen anything around for this spring?

Hanes Beefy.
Fuzzyduck121
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1606 posts since 14/12/12

21 Feb 2016 15:18
Flipper wrote: Vela sheen rolled tees are excellent - fairly boxy , really soft material. Don't like their 2 pac tees though as the neck is too big and just feels flimsy.

Aren't you selling these on eBay?
pherkan
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1655 posts since 3/5/11

21 Feb 2016 20:26
Sumbeam wrote:
LFC wrote: American Apparel Hammer tshirts are great if you want thick and boxy, it's all I wear now for tshirts really and if you get a discount code even better.

I'm with LFC, the Hammer Tees are perfect for me, cheap, decent fit and seem to last!

How do they fit, I'm usually between medium and large..
Maguire
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447 posts since 12/2/12

21 Feb 2016 22:55
beedub wrote: You got any of those Maguire? Never heard of them.

No, went with these instead.

https://www.heavytshirt.com/pro-fit-best-t-shirts-for-men-heavyweight-tee/
http://www.goodwear.com/short-sleeve-pocket-t-modern-fit/

I found them when I was looking for >6.5oz tshirts last year, and they're the only one with a UK shop.