31 thoughts on “Where's everyone getting their t shirts these days?

  1. Anonymous says:

    >europe
    high end =
    https://merzbschwanen.com/ and brands they supply
    budget =
    bpcall https://www.taobao.com/list/product/bpcall.htm
    sauce zhan https://saucezhan.taobao.com/ https://www.aliexpress.com/store/1101316713
    bob dong https://world.taobao.com/dianpu/64624751.htm https://www.olderbest.com/en-us/collections/bob-dong
    bronson https://bronsonshop.com/ and on taobao aliexpress ebay
    for white tees bpcall are the best budget ones but they’re all pretty good. bob dong henleys are way too good for the price.

    • Anonymous says:

      I’ve tried a few of these, they have that kind of 50s clingy construction. Nice if that’s what you want but I like the ruggedness and lack of stretch from say a camber or proclub.

      • Anonymous says:

        Proclub’s website is weird
        >Make workwear clothing
        >Models and everyone pictured on website is black

        Who are these shirts for?

        • Anonymous says:

          >brand exclusively worn by black people and sold at gas stations servicing black areas
          >multiple rap songs about it
          >a literal black institution in just about every big city in america
          >for over a decade dress code was a chain and a fresh pro club tee
          >who are these shirts for
          get this gay a scholarship

          • Anonymous says:

            uniqlo. otherwise, who cares? It’s just a t-shirt, they are all the same. Go to HandM or any cheap brand, it doesnt matter.

            >Black folk flexing about wearing clean clothes
            Blacks really are the most pathetic race

  2. Anonymous says:

    Lady White Co.
    Warehouse & Co.
    Whitesville
    Samurai

    Some heavyweight and reasonably priced high-quality t-shirts that are available in the EU. Camber is good as well, but hard to find and never in stock.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Speaking of t-shirts, what % of linen/hemp is necessary to get the wicking and light exfoliation of traditional all-linen shirts?

    • Anonymous says:

      Highly depends on material. If it’s poly I just go for the dead-on size. If it’s mostly natural fibers like cotton then I’ll go a size up, at least in US size system. Tho some manufacturers I need to go 2 sizes up just to get the right shoulder width

    • Anonymous says:

      dude are you hecking kidding me? if you think this looks good or even acceptable you are mentally disabled. why does every single shirt nowadays look like a bizarre tube of tooth paste? can someone please for the love of god recommend a tee that actually looks good?

      • Anonymous says:

        La apparel 20001
        Its the original american apparel design from the 2000s
        https://losangelesapparel.net/products/fine-jersey-crew-neck-t-shirt?variant=357796544518

      • Anonymous says:

        https://i.imgur.com/zYNvZyw.jpg

        La apparel 20001
        Its the original american apparel design from the 2000s
        https://losangelesapparel.net/products/fine-jersey-crew-neck-t-shirt?variant=357796544518

        Why do their models look stupid

  4. Anonymous says:

    i just get slim fit polo RL Ts. The material wears in nicely, they aren’t cheap but arent too expensive either and they me right

      • Anonymous says:

        Thank you. Is their stuff made in china/bangladesh/guatamala these days like everywhere else or have they maintained their quality?

        • Anonymous says:

          LL Bean warranty keeps their products from being as bad as other imported products, although LL Bean is imported. I would guess they have US based QC because they have to back their products through their warranty, so selling garbage would heck them later. I would say LL Bean is probably as good as it gets for imported shit, at least of big brands. I haven’t bought from them recently though so maybe this changed.

        • Anonymous says:

          LL bean still sells a birdseye sweater made in Norway. They used to have some Scottish sweaters too. But most of their stuff is made in asia now. Sometimes you can get good deals on vintage ll bean sweaters on ebay etc.

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