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Calvin Klein Mens 2019 3-Pack CK Breathable Crew Performance T-Shirts £25.46 delivered @ eBay / golfbase-zactive
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Now even cheaper! Just £25.46 delivered using code: POPSALE
Nice set of Calvin Klein tees available in several colour combinations with nice subtle branding to the chest

Now even cheaper! Just £25.46 delivered using code: POPSALE

  • Pack of three t-shirts in assorted colours
  • CK logo embroidered on the left chest
  • Lightweight, breathable, moisture wicking with UV Protection
  • Modern fit technical t-shirt

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Why have one perfect t-shirt when you can have three? With its high performing fabric and contemporary styling Calvin Klein’s round neck t-shirt will make the perfect gift - especially if it’s to yourself! The lightweight and breathable fabric keeps you cool and comfortable and will work in any sporting endeavour.
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This is not meant to start an argument, I needed a plain t-shirt and found a 100% cotton one for £1.99 at decathlon (decathlon.co.uk/100…tml), are these so expensive because of the CK logo?
Edited by: "pjazzy" 19th Dec 2019
100% poly, yikes
Ross119/12/2019 15:35

By far the worst quality t-shirts ive had over the past 15 years were a …By far the worst quality t-shirts ive had over the past 15 years were a set of 3 calvin kliens (as a christmas present). They *all* literally fell apart at the seams within weeks.Ive also had £2 fruit of the loom t-shirts last 10+ years. made with thicker cotton, worn all the time.You definitely do not just "get what you pay for".


No t-shirt should be worn all of the time for 10+ years.
Ross119/12/2019 15:35

By far the worst quality t-shirts ive had over the past 15 years were a …By far the worst quality t-shirts ive had over the past 15 years were a set of 3 calvin kliens (as a christmas present). They *all* literally fell apart at the seams within weeks.Ive also had £2 fruit of the loom t-shirts last 10+ years. made with thicker cotton, worn all the time.You definitely do not just "get what you pay for".


Maybe it was the ‘Calvin Kliens’ you brought? Sound fake to me. Try to get some Calvin KLEINS next time
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Thanks, just ordered
This is not meant to start an argument, I needed a plain t-shirt and found a 100% cotton one for £1.99 at decathlon (decathlon.co.uk/100…tml), are these so expensive because of the CK logo?
Edited by: "pjazzy" 19th Dec 2019
pjazzy17/12/2019 19:30

This is not meant to start an argument, I needed a plain t-shirt and found …This is not meant to start an argument, I needed a plain t-shirt and found a 100% cotton one for £1.99 at decathlon (https://www.decathlon.co.uk/100-sportee-gym-t-shirt-id_8489720.html), are these for so expensive because of the CK logo?


Probably some ‘fruit of the loom’ T-shirt’s which would shrink after a few washes.
pjazzy17/12/2019 19:30

This is not meant to start an argument, I needed a plain t-shirt and found …This is not meant to start an argument, I needed a plain t-shirt and found a 100% cotton one for £1.99 at decathlon (https://www.decathlon.co.uk/100-sportee-gym-t-shirt-id_8489720.html), are these for so expensive because of the CK logo?


I got the impression these were the sporty breathable ones. Don’t think they are cotton. And yes I agree you always pay a premium for the label.

I purchased a french connection t shirt for half the price of an identical ralf Lauren t shirt and they are both probably similar to your decathlon t shirt.
100% poly, yikes
pjazzy17/12/2019 19:30

This is not meant to start an argument, I needed a plain t-shirt and found …This is not meant to start an argument, I needed a plain t-shirt and found a 100% cotton one for £1.99 at decathlon (https://www.decathlon.co.uk/100-sportee-gym-t-shirt-id_8489720.html), are these for so expensive because of the CK logo?


Those will be thin with low quality hem and seams, the collars will be thin and low quality also. The quality control will be bad and if you order 5 mediums in different colours i guarantee not two are exactly the same size. You get what you pay for up to a certain extent with tshirts. A 1.99 tshirt isnt going to look good after a couple of wears and washes. Its going to have stretched around your arms pits and around the stomach area due to the thinness of the material. All in all avoid
Fingerblaster18/12/2019 15:50

Those will be thin with low quality hem and seams, the collars will be …Those will be thin with low quality hem and seams, the collars will be thin and low quality also. The quality control will be bad and if you order 5 mediums in different colours i guarantee not two are exactly the same size. You get what you pay for up to a certain extent with tshirts. A 1.99 tshirt isnt going to look good after a couple of wears and washes. Its going to have stretched around your arms pits and around the stomach area due to the thinness of the material. All in all avoid



By far the worst quality t-shirts ive had over the past 15 years were a set of 3 calvin kliens (as a christmas present). They *all* literally fell apart at the seams within weeks.

Ive also had £2 fruit of the loom t-shirts last 10+ years. made with thicker cotton, worn all the time.

You definitely do not just "get what you pay for".
Edited by: "Ross1" 19th Dec 2019
Ross119/12/2019 15:35

By far the worst quality t-shirts ive had over the past 15 years were a …By far the worst quality t-shirts ive had over the past 15 years were a set of 3 calvin kliens (as a christmas present). They *all* literally fell apart at the seams within weeks.Ive also had £2 fruit of the loom t-shirts last 10+ years. made with thicker cotton, worn all the time.You definitely do not just "get what you pay for".


No t-shirt should be worn all of the time for 10+ years.
pjazzy17/12/2019 19:30

This is not meant to start an argument, I needed a plain t-shirt and found …This is not meant to start an argument, I needed a plain t-shirt and found a 100% cotton one for £1.99 at decathlon (https://www.decathlon.co.uk/100-sportee-gym-t-shirt-id_8489720.html), are these for so expensive because of the CK logo?


But, the question is.
Can you PERFORM well in those?
:/
you bunch of fcukin cheap skates.
These are breathable T-shirts made I believe 100% Polyester. I avoid polyester for sports wear. I prefer cotton even in summer. I like the 100% cotton Livergy T-Shirts at Lidl. Great quality and out last my Ralph Lauren T-skirts costing four times the ammount..
Edited by: "TechGreek" 19th Dec 2019
Ross119/12/2019 15:35

By far the worst quality t-shirts ive had over the past 15 years were a …By far the worst quality t-shirts ive had over the past 15 years were a set of 3 calvin kliens (as a christmas present). They *all* literally fell apart at the seams within weeks.Ive also had £2 fruit of the loom t-shirts last 10+ years. made with thicker cotton, worn all the time.You definitely do not just "get what you pay for".


Maybe it was the ‘Calvin Kliens’ you brought? Sound fake to me. Try to get some Calvin KLEINS next time
Jinkz17/12/2019 23:42

100% poly, yikes


Yes that's what I found.
Wish they had these in vneck
TechGreek19/12/2019 16:17

These are breathable T-shirts made I believe 100% Polyester. I avoid …These are breathable T-shirts made I believe 100% Polyester. I avoid polyester for sports wear. I prefer cotton even in summer. I like the 100% cotton Livergy T-Shirts at Lidl. Great quality and out last my Ralph Lauren T-skirts costing four times the ammount..


I am 90% in agreement, but I bought a super thin sports t-shirt from Primark that is thinner than linen and is perfect for running. Polyester can be done well, but it was strange that Primark would make a better t-shirt than any Nike one I have tried.
Can’t really tell exactly from photos but this type of material can suffer from fuzz balls/pilling.
100% polyester no thanks
BluFinn19/12/2019 17:15

Can’t really tell exactly from photos but this type of material can suffer …Can’t really tell exactly from photos but this type of material can suffer from fuzz balls/pilling.


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Ross119/12/2019 15:35

By far the worst quality t-shirts ive had over the past 15 years were a …By far the worst quality t-shirts ive had over the past 15 years were a set of 3 calvin kliens (as a christmas present). They *all* literally fell apart at the seams within weeks.Ive also had £2 fruit of the loom t-shirts last 10+ years. made with thicker cotton, worn all the time.You definitely do not just "get what you pay for".



Were they definitely genuine?
I've not had good experiences with cheapest at primark, asda etc - ie the £1.99 ones.
Definitely worse than fruit of the loom, say.
Just ordered thanjs
Those will be fake for sure. I tried getting CK underwear from ebay as I was fed up paying £15 for a pair of boxers but the ones I ordered felt nothing like the real thing.
If these are as bad as the Hugo Boss ones I bought I wouldn’t bother
callmeleroy19/12/2019 19:00

If these are as bad as the Hugo Boss ones I bought I wouldn’t bother


I bought them, they didn't fit after the first wash
HJH161119/12/2019 21:04

I bought them, they didn't fit after the first wash


A ck or Hugo boss logo, some thin ass material and an ill fit after one wash - sounds about right!
davieshotspurs19/12/2019 16:22

Maybe it was the ‘Calvin Kliens’ you brought? Sound fake to me. Try to get …Maybe it was the ‘Calvin Kliens’ you brought? Sound fake to me. Try to get some Calvin KLEINS next time


🙈
Here comes an offer for logo men 🤪
pjazzy17/12/2019 19:30

This is not meant to start an argument, I needed a plain t-shirt and found …This is not meant to start an argument, I needed a plain t-shirt and found a 100% cotton one for £1.99 at decathlon (https://www.decathlon.co.uk/100-sportee-gym-t-shirt-id_8489720.html), are these so expensive because of the CK logo?


CK killer
Aside from sports and gym, I would never recommend anyone to wear polyester as they are moisture resistant so all your sweat will either be trapped as a vacuum with your skin or wicked off to the outer layer which will stink really bad and also dirty any outer layers such as suit jackets.

Compared to cotton shirts which are much more breathable and absorb moisture and they don’t smell thanks to the moisture being absorbed.
my lad bought these - they really are poor quality. Go to TK Maxx and run the gauntlet of finding something decent for a tenner! I have had some great kit from TKs but mixed with a lot of wasted journeys!
_g_19/12/2019 18:12

Were they definitely genuine?I've not had good experiences with cheapest …Were they definitely genuine?I've not had good experiences with cheapest at primark, asda etc - ie the £1.99 ones.Definitely worse than fruit of the loom, say.



Anvil t-shirt also came up as a deal on HUKD as they were only £2 at Amazon but they also shrank when I washed them. What about Gildan? I think there is a t-shirt that is popular with guys in the army but I don't know what the quality is like.
Edited by: "Handel78" 21st Dec 2019
PLEASE, note, this is 100% POLYESTER. SEE Descrtiption!
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