plain t-shirts

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  1. dude19

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    Who makes a good fitting plain black or other colored t-shirt. I tried gap and the fabric is to thin, hanes the large is the lose in the belly area.

    I am looking for something large in the shoulders and chest and tapered to the waist

    Anyone got a good brand?
     
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    Cyrus The Virus Sha-Sha-Sha-Shiba

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    But out if more than $10-15 a shirt
     
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    i just buy the fruit of the loom at walmart for like 8 bucks.

    Has 4 per pack. I just wear those everyday .. only thing you have to do is dont dry them b/c it'll shrink like a motherfuckker..if you airdry them it'll last a rearry rong time.
     
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    I steal free t-shirts from work:mamoru:
     
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    essentially...except I "borrow" them from the school gym...
     
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    If you know anyone in graphic design, see if they can hook you up with a printer. Maybe you can get some relatively cheap blanks?

    My bandmates and I got 200 shirts for like 4 bucks each. Dark grey with logo's. I dont know how much that translates when buying in, say, a quantity of ten but its worth a shot. I love me some blank shirts.
     
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    I just can't honestly see myself actually spending money on a shirt to wear to the gym.
     
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    Old school Structure tight stretchy shirts FTW
     
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    Tis a joke!
     
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    turbo35 haters gonna hate

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    Hanes Perfect T's are awesome, the fabric is incredibly comfortable... check em out
     
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    This fit very lose around the waist in a large and the medium is to tight in the shoulders/chest
     
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    I don't know where you're located but here in NYC we have a store called Uni Qlo that sells great blank tee shirts for $4.95.

    http://www.uniqlo.com/us/
     
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    Holy shit, Structure :bowdown:
     
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    erok81 All your canyons are belong to me!!

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    I bought a Jerzees on from Taget for the gym. It was around 5 bucks and fits really well. They are about the perfect thickness as well. :dunno:
     
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    it's a gym...not a fucking fashion show you cuntshitting skeetrag...
     
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    Aequitas If it keeps on raining, levee's going to break.

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    Get an oldfashioned midriff, then you don't have to worry about it being too lose around the waist.
     
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    yea
     
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    fruit of the loom or hanes for reg. t-shirts

    i have a few H&M shirts that fit pretty well, too
     
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    They fake underarmor type shirts which are not as tight and fit quite well for $10 each. I have about 3 or those, and then just some random Tshirts I have from supplement companies. I am not about to spend tons of cash on a workout shirt.

    Express for Men has plain-solid T's that are very comfortable and fit well. Typically they cost like $20 (fuck that), but if you are patient and look you can find them onsale for like $5-10 each.
     
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    the best fitting cheap shirts i've found so far .... are the Kirkland brand t-shirts from costco.

    plain white t's.. come in a pack of 6 for about $15. fits great, snug/fitted in all the right places and it's not thin like other cheap shirts.
     
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