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4.0 out of 5 stars great fit but..., January 23, 2013
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This review is from: Calvin Klein Mens Body Dress Shirt (Apparel)
Apparently most men who have my neck/arm size are obese, so it's REALLY difficult for me to find dress shirts that dont have room for an extra person or two. Even most designers' slim fits are pretty loose on me, so i was happy to find this shirt was actually a good fit on me...

The only problem is that for some reason they made it a bit on the short side... usually i like a lil extra length so that when i tuck my shirt in i dont have to worry about it coming out, but this shirt only has like 2 inches of fabric to tuck... maybe i just have a long torso, but i don't understand why they made the shirt so short, most dress shirts have like a good 6 inches to tuck in.

maybe i should just gain a few hundred lbs so i dont have so much trouble buying an effing shirt.
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Initial post: Mar 5, 2013 7:22:34 AM PST
Ugh, I feel your pain. I'm 6'1", 170 lbs (17" neck, 35" arms)--am I really such a freakishly sized human being that finding a shirt that fits me should be so difficult? James, I think we should blame the New Fat American Normal for this--most men (in the U.S., anyway) who have your neck/arm size, no matter what it is, ARE probably obese.

The really shite thing is that being skinny dooms one to spending twice as much on every "effing shirt" they buy. It probably is easier to just gain a few hundred pounds. =)
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