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- 100% Cotton
- Ultra-soft premium cotton feels great against your skin.
- Non-chafe fabric taping reinforces neck and shoulders.
- Lay Flat collar keeps its shape wash after wash.
- Durable double stitching trims sleeves and bottom hem.
- Full cut provides roomier fit (Preshrunk to stay true to size).
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The Hanes Beefy-T T-Shirt for over 35 years, it has set the standard for T-shirt comfort and quality. Today it's better than ever, offering greater durability and less shrinkage than you'll get with ordinary tees.
• Ultra-soft premium cotton feels great against your skin.
• Non-chafe fabric taping reinforces neck and shoulders.
• Lay Flat collar keeps its shape wash after wash.
• Durable double stitching trims sleeves and bottom hem.
• Full cut provides roomier fit (Preshrunk to stay true to size).
• Also available for kids.
- Shipping Weight: 9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B07BJ7Y2V6
- Item model number: 5180
- Date first listed on Amazon: September 20, 2005
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I had also been considering buying similar shirts from LL Bean or Land's End, but those cost 3 times as much; around $18 each, I decided to return the Hanes shirts and see what the much higher price of a LL Bean shirt would get me. When the shirts arrived I did some comparisons. The LL Bean shirt chest front measured 22" (compared to 19" for the Hanes) and it weighed 7.6 oz compared to 6.5 oz for the Haines; i.e. the LL Bean shirt was beefier than the Hanes, even though it was described as standard weight.
Is it worth 3 times the price? Probably not. Just order one size up, don't expect a heavy weight shirt, and you'll probably be happy and definitely richer.
* Durability for cheap. For $7 a shirt you get a fairly beefy cotton that doesn't rip the instant it catches on anything. It holds up well in the wash. The dye doesn't seem to fade. I can't tell the difference between two year old and two month old shirts.
* Pocket is nice. It's big enough to stuff your phone into it, but its better suited to light items that won't fall out due to gravity if you bend forward and stuff that you can clip to the edge of the pocket. Business cards, paper notes, pens, and small flashlights with pocket clips all do well in the pocket. If you put a phone in it expect it to flop out on the concrete if you bend forward more than 45 degrees.
* Consistency. I've bought 8 of these so far, two at a time over the course of about two years as I replaced my other work t-shirts. The sizing has not been altered in that time, nor has the material weight. I can't even tell the difference between the shirts from two years ago and the most recent ones, they don't even seem to have worn.
* Modest cut. They lean toward the boxy side which is fine if you aren't trying to show off. If you're a little on the pudgy side it's actually preferable. When I first got these I was about 195 at 6'1", two years later I've slimmed down while hitting the weights and sitting at 175 with a little more muscle in my upper torso and considerably less fat around my waist. If you want to turn any heads or catch any eyes this is not your go to t-shirt.
What you have here is a 6X t-shirt that's actually well made and at a good price. Often, when you're buying shirts at this size, you end up paying a fortune and get stuff that's not on par with the smaller sizes. Thinner material, poor sewing, and bad finish are not uncommon when buying 6X shirts, but in this case, none of those are evident. The material is what I'd expect of a regular tee (though /not/ as thick as a beefy tee is in, say, a large), and the fit and finish are great. If you're a big guy and looking for some plain tees, pull the trigger on these - they're good.
The new t-shirt is 90% cotton + 10% polyester: you can see the daylight through the fabric. I's expect these to go through 4-5 wash cycles and become a rag. For the $6 it doesn't worth the trouble of returning it. But be aware.