Is Abercrombie any good these days?

Is Abercrombie any good these days? I’ve been looking for shorter length men’s t-shirts and I see that they have this one: https://www.abercrombie.com/shop/us/p/premium-heavyweight-cropped-tee-55001821
Does anyone here have recent experience with them?

26 thoughts on “Is Abercrombie any good these days?

  1. Anonymous says:

    I have the black and cream color of this shirt, it sucks don’t buy it the length is good but the fabric is too thick and the sleeves are so incredibly wide it just looks weird

    • Anonymous says:

      What size do you have? Could I ask you to measure the length from the shoulder and the sleeve width? Good to know about the fabric, I see they have one that’s the same fit but lighter fabric

      • Anonymous says:

        just measured it, I have a US medium and its 26 inches long from the highest part of the shoulder and 9 inch wide (flat) from the bottom of the sleeve

        • Anonymous says:

          also, i just tried it on since its been sitting in my closet since I bought it nearly a year ago and its not just the width of the sleeves they’re pretty long too so they sit barely above the elbow and they flare out super weirdly

        • Anonymous says:

          also, i just tried it on since its been sitting in my closet since I bought it nearly a year ago and its not just the width of the sleeves they’re pretty long too so they sit barely above the elbow and they flare out super weirdly

          Thanks for that. I should have asked what size you had, luckily medium is my size also. Sorry to be annoying, but could I ask for the sleeve length measurement and the chest measurement?

  2. Anonymous says:

    I bought some Abercrombie stuff last year. The website was totally cucked with a bunch of loud, obnoxious, AIDS gay LGBTQIA2PEDO+ shit. Against my better judgement, I ignored it and bought from them anyway – I made sure to not donate to their gay AIDS causes during checkout like they begged me to, and I still continued on with the order.

    I received the items in a GAY PRIDE bag. The bag was literally covered in loud, obnoxious rainbow colors and had some sort of pride month text in repeating patterns all over it. Allow me to repeat that: a company I just ordered $3-400 worth of clothing from, sent my items in a GAY PRIDE bag that was very obviously a GAY PRIDE bag from half a mile away. Are you hecking serious? Are you hecking kidding me.

    So, I got a big fat sharpie and crossed out every single instance of pro-LGBTQ pedophilic child grooming imagery and text, and it was quite a lot, the bag ended up being mostly Sharpie slashes when I was done with it, and it wasn’t a small bag. I put every item back in the bag. And on the return slip I wrote them a very polite note telling them how disgusted I was about the bag they sent my items in.

    I’ll never do business with Abercrombie again. The only time I’d ever do it would be to purchase a lot of items and then return them all. Oops, wrong size, hehe, silly me!

    • Anonymous says:

      you got scared of a rainbow flag, wasted an hour + of your own time writing a note no one will read, and then returned clothing you otherwise would have worn. sounds like you’re the gay

      • Anonymous says:

        >you got scared of a rainbow flag
        *disgusted
        >wasted
        it wasn’t a waste, I sent a message
        >an hour + of your own time
        5 minutes tops
        >writing a note no one will read
        they use the form to process the return so someone did and at the very least they saw the defaced bag
        >and then returned clothing you otherwise would have worn
        boohoo, oh no, I returned some mid clothing made in China and sold by LGBTQ pedophiles, oh noooo. truth is the joy I got in sending a message was worth more than wearing those clothes. if more people did simple shit like I did there’d be less of this gay shit thrown in our faces every day
        >sounds like you’re the gay
        "oh you’re disgusted by feces? you must want to heck feces haha!!"

        • Anonymous says:

          I bought some Abercrombie stuff last year. The website was totally cucked with a bunch of loud, obnoxious, AIDS gay LGBTQIA2PEDO+ shit. Against my better judgement, I ignored it and bought from them anyway – I made sure to not donate to their gay AIDS causes during checkout like they begged me to, and I still continued on with the order.

          I received the items in a GAY PRIDE bag. The bag was literally covered in loud, obnoxious rainbow colors and had some sort of pride month text in repeating patterns all over it. Allow me to repeat that: a company I just ordered $3-400 worth of clothing from, sent my items in a GAY PRIDE bag that was very obviously a GAY PRIDE bag from half a mile away. Are you hecking serious? Are you hecking kidding me.

          So, I got a big fat sharpie and crossed out every single instance of pro-LGBTQ pedophilic child grooming imagery and text, and it was quite a lot, the bag ended up being mostly Sharpie slashes when I was done with it, and it wasn’t a small bag. I put every item back in the bag. And on the return slip I wrote them a very polite note telling them how disgusted I was about the bag they sent my items in.

          I’ll never do business with Abercrombie again. The only time I’d ever do it would be to purchase a lot of items and then return them all. Oops, wrong size, hehe, silly me!

          You’re ranting about homos when shopping AT ABERCROMBIE in a reply to a thread about CROP TOPS FOR MEN, if you’re not a repressed gay yourself then you might actually be mentally stupid

          • Anonymous says:

            Abercrombie & Fitch used to be where Chads and Staceys in high school and college shopped for clothes to wear to class/parties for rich/good looking people only (eg, no lgbtq fat ugly poor loser pervert mutt tattooed pierced pink haired freaks allowed). Crop tops have literally never been an inherently gay thing, especially ones of this length where no stomach is showing.

            Try again.

          • Anonymous says:

            No, he’s right. Abercrombie is not necessarily gay but they cater to a crowd that includes homosexuals that live in Los Angeles and that’s why they sell crop tops, which are necessarily gay.

            If OP just wants shorter but not cropped t-shirts that aren’t garbage, Everlane sells decent ones. He should just be advised that they should be hang dried as tumble drying will stretch the collar.

          • Anonymous says:

            I’ve looked at Everlane, they’re longer than I want. I want about 26" from the shoulder, which the Abercrombie ones seem to be

          • Anonymous says:

            >No, he’s right. Abercrombie is not necessarily gay but they cater to a crowd that includes homosexuals that live in Los Angeles
            Clearly they do now, but I was referring to the reputation that A&F has had for years.

            >that’s why they sell crop tops, which are necessarily gay.
            Straight Chad men in the 70s & 80s and even early 90s wore crop tops and very short shorts. Not just in real life, but the Chaddest of Chad jocks in movies and TV shows of those eras that were on posters in every girl’s bedroom that she would shlick herself to sleep to at night. Crop tops are, in fact, not necessarily gay. Granted, it’s not seen very often in modern times other than gays wearing them, but a crop top absolutely is not gay per se. I hate the LGBTQ community and think they should all be shipped against their will to the Middle East to be dealt with swiftly, by the way. But you are wrong.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I recently copped a few of these in different colors, and they’re my new go-to basic tee. I’m 1’73 cm and it was a pain in the ass to find a basic tee that wasn’t super long and I could just wear untucked, until I found these

    Be aware they’re oversized. I have a small athletic frame and normally like to wear a medium for a relaxed fit, but my size for these tees is the small one after having tried both. Medium looks kinda goofy on me, small looks just right

    Also yeah, there’s another one with the same cut but 100 g lighter, in case you live in a warm area. I haven’t tried those though, so I can’t give you any other insight

    • Anonymous says:

      Can you tell me the length from the collar to the shoulder seam, and the length from the shoulder seam to the end of the sleeve? And also the measurement across the chest? Thanks

      • Anonymous says:

        Sure, give me some time

        For S size

        Collar to shoulder is 17 cm, and shoulder to end of sleeve is 24-25 cm. Across the chest is 57 cm, hem too. Collar to hem is 64 cm

        • Anonymous says:

          i was out for a couple hours, just got back home, collar to shoulder seam is 6.40 in and shoulder seam to end of sleeve is 10.25 in
          I’m the same size medium guy from earlier

          Thanks to both of you. I’ve been looking for t-shirts that fit like these Lee ones from the 90s that I bought on ebay and these seem to fit the bill

      • Anonymous says:

        i was out for a couple hours, just got back home, collar to shoulder seam is 6.40 in and shoulder seam to end of sleeve is 10.25 in
        I’m the same size medium guy from earlier

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