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SHIRT FITS! Large and Tall Arizonan
on August 16, 2008
recently purchased 3 t-shirts that cost me 17.50 each, and they were thin and felt cheaply made. Six years ago I bought T-shirts made by companies with E.B. and L. E. for initials, and they were great. After ordering replacements I was very disapointed. So I went to the other place E.B. at the mall (and I hate the mall) and looked at the T-shirts.
They were thin and felt cheap. I casually mentioned to the lady who worked there that the T-shirts had changed. She told me "lots of people come in and want to replace T-shirts that are up to eight years old, and when they see the new ones they are disappointed at the ones we sell now. I left glad that I hadn't again overpaid for shirts that weren't what I wanted.
NOW FOR THE GOOD NEWS, (REALLY GOOD)
I ordered these shirts in Black. When they came I was blown away with the quality and the weight and the weave. I found the closest thing possible to my old T-shirts.
They are great for three reasons
1. They are long enough
2. Color is consistent
3. They are thicker than the cheesey shirts I paid allot more for.
In closing I bought 2X tall I am 6 feet 4 inches Tall and weigh just over 300 pounds. I am not all gut I have a big chest and long upper body.
The shirts are long enough to tuck in.
HARD TO FIND THAT MY FRIEND, AT MOST ANY PRICE. THESE ARE GOOD.
THE ONLY REASON I WROTE THIS REVIEW IS WE WHO ARE NOT 5 foot 10 inches tall and weigh 178 pounds, SEEM GO THRU LIFE BANGING OUR HEAD AND PAYING MORE FOR EVERYTHING FROM UNDERWEAR TO BOOTS AND FORGET ABOUT SUITS AND FORMAL WEAR. SO TO YOU LADIES AND GENTLEMAN OF THIS LOOSE KNIT FRATERNITY I SAY BUY THESE SHIRTS AND FOR ONCE YOU CAN GET A GOOD BUY THAT FITS.
BEST TO YOU ALL,
ONE LAST THING
WHEN YOU SEE A TALL PERSON, PLEASE DON'T ASK: HOW'S THE WEATHER UP THERE?
THAT WAS ONLY FUNNY THE FIRST 100 TIMES. (THANKS