19 thoughts on “when buying plain t shirts does the little logo matter? should i get shirts with or with out? they all cost the same

  1. Anonymous says:

    The quality of the t-shirt matters. If the logo is associated with a brand that makes quality tees then its ok but if its a logo of a brand that makes shit quality shirts then you are advertising the fact that you are wearing a piece of crap

    • Anonymous says:

      this.
      here i’m just going to make it easy for you op:
      bp call on taobao are by far the best heavyweight white cotton t’s below $100 per shirt https://world.taobao.com/item/530955351543.htm
      learn how to proxy buy its not very hard
      other decent taobao stores: bob dong (great henleys and long sleeves) sauce zhan, bronson, cot ton

      beyond this tier you have tees made by merz b schwanen in germany or loopwheeler in japan. they’ll run you $80-120+ per tee, they’re sold under various different brand names in various different styles and cuts and the quality is about the same as bpcall.
      anything else is just marked up crap when it comes to plain white basic tees. no exceptions. only those two companies and a few chinks even have and operate the machinery needed to make high quality heavyweight loopwheeled tees. if it exists one of them made it.

      • Anonymous says:

        the bpcalls are thick as heck, well constructed collar, and unlike most lower end heavy weight cotton tees they’re actually soft to the touch not some gildan feeling bullshit. pics don’t do it justice they’re like 2x as thick and substantive as a normal tee.
        you can find fit pics of them on various body types on plebbit they’re well known for being the best cotton tees for the price on the market.

      • Anonymous says:

        This last year I replaced all of my t shirts with a bunch of white and black Merz B Schwanen tees. I’ve worn loopwheel tees from Japan (Buzz Rickson, Toys McCoy), but these hecking things are the NICEST tees I’ve ever worn. They’re a bit stiff when brand new (as is every piece of 100% cotton clothing), but after about 3 wash cycles they soften up very nicely. The fit is incredible, and the texture is great. Their 8.6 oz heavyweight tees have a nice substance to them, but their definitely not too too heavy. If you want tees that are actually very high quality, you are essentially limited to the realm of loopwheeled t shirts. There are literally only two loopwheel facilities in the world, one of which is in Japan, the other which had recently been reopened by Merz B Schwanen a few years ago in Germany

      • Anonymous says:

        >Paying more than 4-10 euroshekels a piece for a tee
        >Importing from Chyna
        Yall niggas gay af
        Just go to a profile wear/workwear store and cop plain tubular knit (key) ones that are ringspun/combed whatever in 100% cotton

        https://i.imgur.com/QkLEH7n.png

        when buying plain t shirts does the little logo matter? should i get shirts with or with out?

        they all cost the same

        White tees are gonna yellow bad in pits from deo but you can bleach them to shit but the are prolly gonna be disposable tier In a while better cope fresh ones continuously like the nigs

        • Anonymous says:

          tube knits fit like shit on most male torso shapes. if you’re a shape they look on, grats on being able to look good in cheap tees.

          $100 for a damn t-shirt is NUTS

          you’re buying a product only 2 companies in the world own the machines built in 1920 to produce, at a very slow rate compared to normal shit tier short staple cotton. and on top of that a cut and sew tee with actual human thought put into the pattern instead of a tube for the torso. price is no object when you’re getting the best in the world. a tee that only survives 5 or 10 washes before the neck gets shitty costs more than a $100 tee that lasts me over a decade before becoming pajamas.

          i posted the next best thing for $10 a shirt tho. you just have to figure out how to use taobao.

  2. Anonymous says:

    The point of a logo is antithetical to having a plain tee. I can understand including a logo if you have a cool design, but for heck’s sake it’s just a plain T-shirt.

    • Anonymous says:

      Without.

      The point of a logo is antithetical to having a plain tee. I can understand including a logo if you have a cool design, but for heck’s sake it’s just a plain T-shirt.

      thanks. im not going to get rid of my logo shirts but from now i on i will only buy logo less

  3. Anonymous says:

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    This. Only get a logo shirt if it’s a brand like Tom Ford or Brunello Cucinelli or your own logo like pic related.

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