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What are the best quality (and longest lasting) plain white t-shirts around? I've seen the likes of Gildan Ultra Cotton, Fruit of the loom etc, around but not sure which ones to go for! Thanks … Read More
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8m, 3w agoPosted 8 months, 3 weeks ago
What are the best quality (and longest lasting) plain white t-shirts around?

I've seen the likes of Gildan Ultra Cotton, Fruit of the loom etc, around but not sure which ones to go for!

Thanks in advance
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8m, 3w agoPosted 8 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
h&m for me, cant go wrong
#2
cozzie
h&m for me, cant go wrong

H&M t shirts are a bit too thin, imo. Looking for something more thicker for winter.
#3
Fruit of the loom sure ain't the quality they used to be,personally I find Next n Gap to be great.
#4
Just bought some of these from Maine at Debenhams. 20-50% off, free click and collect and a £5 voucher with a £30 spend. Really impressed with the material thickness and quality. Wash up lovely and soft. hubby (size L) preferred the tailored fit which still had plenty of room under the arm.
#5
Sorry, thought you meant polo shirts rather than round neck.
#6
I looked this up some weeks ago, 90% cotton is best as that formation doesn't shrink or streech so much. All depends on what you want, heavier shirts are not so comfortable in the summer etc
#8
Interesting, I'm a white t shirt person.
Would you class them as heavyweight, can't be doing with the thin ones and are they generous on the sizing. A medium can sometimes be a bit small on me depending on make.
I've tried lots of makes and at the mo gap comes out top.

Edited By: Ellie Phant on Sep 28, 2016 13:39
#9
Duck and Cover are excellent.
#10
Ellie Phant
Interesting, I'm a white t shirt person.
Would you class them as heavyweight, can't be doing with the thin ones and are they generous on the sizing. A medium can sometimes be a bit small on me depending on make.
I've tried lots of makes and at the mo gap comes out top.

Id say they are Medium/Heavy (not thin rubbish) the cut is slim and the arms slightly short/tight which I really like.
I got a pack of 4 white and then after few other colours I purchased seperately for £4.95 free delivery (link below)
Read the reviews on amazon.
They also do a premium version which I have never tried for £9.99 (all links below)

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Charles-Wilson-Mens-Regular-Fit-Short-Sleeve-Crew-Neck-T-Shirt-Tee-Top-New-SS15-/321798662557?var=&hash=item4aecb1e99d:m:m_XWKaD7YGA4-k0CRWIESIw

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Charles-Wilson-Mens-Premium-Short-Sleeve-Crew-Neck-T-Shirt-Tee-Top-New-2016-/331798314217?var=&hash=item4d40b87ce9:m:moHDF07v0nfq7rPUFRTyutA

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Charles-Wilson-Mens-Premium-Short-Sleeve-Crew-Neck-T-Shirt-Tee-Top-New-2016-/331798314217?var=&hash=item4d40b87ce9:m:moHDF07v0nfq7rPUFRTyutA
#11
I swear by next for hubbys tshirts, sale of course is when I stock up!
#12
blend v neck from amazon are excellent, great fit and wash brilliant.
#13
Fruit of the Loom heavy cotton ones
#14
I like the next tshirts. But their white ones are really thin. The colour ones are fine though, still thin but the colour covers this fact
#15
Used to wear white next ones, dont rate them very thin

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