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DOMYOS Regular-Fit Gym Stretching T-Shirt - £1.79 @ Decathlon - free Click & Collect
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DOMYOS Regular-Fit Gym Stretching T-Shirt - £1.79 @ Decathlon - free Click & Collect

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Posted 27th Jan

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An essential gym T-shirt at a very affordable price - we recommend stocking up! It's made with low-intensity exercise or stretching in mind, and has minimal seams for optimal comfort.

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TheShadowWalker27/01/2020 17:18

It's £1.50 charge for me to c&c at Asda


I guess the other option is to buy 17 t-shirts to qualify for the minimum £30 order and get free delivery, then return 16 of them for a refund.
Have some Heat

20p discount isn't much but these are already incredibly good value, Decathlon stuff is very good quality.
Have a bunch of these; very comfortable. Main fabric 100% cotton / collar 97% cotton, 3% elasthane
Edited by: "MK5HashTag66" 27th Jan
Worth sizing up as decathlons European sizing is quite small.
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Have some Heat

20p discount isn't much but these are already incredibly good value, Decathlon stuff is very good quality.
These will do for work. £10.74 for 6. Perfect.
Have a bunch of these; very comfortable. Main fabric 100% cotton / collar 97% cotton, 3% elasthane
Edited by: "MK5HashTag66" 27th Jan
I am looking at going travelling in a few months around Asia and Australia. I have read that its best to take 'gym' t-shirts or 'merino' t-shirts to help combat sweat and so forth.

Would these be a good option or can anyone point me towards a good buy?

I believe the IceBreaker brand etc are supposed to be the best but they seem a bit expensive but maybe you get what you pay for?
mansan1027/01/2020 12:59

I am looking at going travelling in a few months around Asia and …I am looking at going travelling in a few months around Asia and Australia. I have read that its best to take 'gym' t-shirts or 'merino' t-shirts to help combat sweat and so forth.Would these be a good option or can anyone point me towards a good buy?I believe the IceBreaker brand etc are supposed to be the best but they seem a bit expensive but maybe you get what you pay for?


These are spot on. I go to SE Asia regularly.
Argyll6827/01/2020 13:02

These are spot on. I go to SE Asia regularly.


Awesome cheers, I am going for the 'one bag' approach so this will fit in nicely. Worst case if htey are no good I can always replace as and when I need to! Thanks
Perfect, ordered a few of these to collect. If they're not great quality then I can always return them.
Ordered thanks
Worth sizing up as decathlons European sizing is quite small.
Shame no more Asda click and collect
decathlon stuff is great but sizing can be very off.
mansan1027/01/2020 13:15

Awesome cheers, I am going for the 'one bag' approach so this will fit in …Awesome cheers, I am going for the 'one bag' approach so this will fit in nicely. Worst case if htey are no good I can always replace as and when I need to! Thanks


I did 3 months with the NH500 30L Quechua bag. I despise polyester and won't buy the sports style tops but these do seem good because they are cotton.
These are actually ridiculously comfortable. Literally better than my crew- and v-neck Hugo Boss ones.
scott2c27/01/2020 14:32

I did 3 months with the NH500 30L Quechua bag. I despise polyester and …I did 3 months with the NH500 30L Quechua bag. I despise polyester and won't buy the sports style tops but these do seem good because they are cotton.


Interesting cheers, I am going with the Talon 33 as my bag. For the price I will give these a go.
any free delivery codes or ways to get free delivery?
greyhound1127/01/2020 14:29

Shame no more Asda click and collect


You can still use Asda C&C
zaheer200327/01/2020 15:41

any free delivery codes or ways to get free delivery?


The do free click and collect if you have an Asda close by
no Topcashback or Quidco but there is EasyFundraising on this at 3%, So do yer bit fer charity and click through via EasyFundraising.

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proteinsheikh27/01/2020 17:17

The do free click and collect if you have an Asda close by


It's £1.50 charge for me to c&c at Asda
TheShadowWalker27/01/2020 17:18

It's £1.50 charge for me to c&c at Asda


I guess the other option is to buy 17 t-shirts to qualify for the minimum £30 order and get free delivery, then return 16 of them for a refund.
TheShadowWalker27/01/2020 17:18

It's £1.50 charge for me to c&c at Asda


Cheaper than the cost of fuel to get to the nearest Decathlon store for me though, so I don't mind paying the £1.50
Look at the size of that tag!!
What is the length like on these? Some t-shirt brands in the same size seem to be short in length whilst others I find are decent in length. Thanks.
Ta! Just what I needed
proteinsheikh27/01/2020 17:17

The do free click and collect if you have an Asda close by


Says it ended 21 Dec
Click and collect at Asda is an extra £1.49
thetarget27/01/2020 18:49

What is the length like on these? Some t-shirt brands in the same size …What is the length like on these? Some t-shirt brands in the same size seem to be short in length whilst others I find are decent in length. Thanks.


I've got a very long torso so this has always been a concern for me too. I bought 4 of these thinking they'd do for bed but I'm happy to wear out and about because they are generously long, well cut, and the colour and shape have held up well for the couple of months I've had them. Much much better than the price tag would suggest. My personal hukd favourite bargain of 2019. Recommend without hesitation.
Regprentice27/01/2020 14:04

Worth sizing up as decathlons European sizing is quite small.


Yes. Very small, ie more than one size in my experience.
Great deal 10 items £30
When I selected Reserve in Store it dropped to only £1 for me. Luckily Decathlon is on my way to work so easy to collect.
UZOR27/01/2020 21:15

I've got a very long torso so this has always been a concern for me too. I …I've got a very long torso so this has always been a concern for me too. I bought 4 of these thinking they'd do for bed but I'm happy to wear out and about because they are generously long, well cut, and the colour and shape have held up well for the couple of months I've had them. Much much better than the price tag would suggest. My personal hukd favourite bargain of 2019. Recommend without hesitation.


Thanks.

The t-shirts Qwertee (qwertee.com/) use seem to have a decent length for me. If you like t-shirts with images. Have a look. They have a random t-shirt sale on at the moment. It may finish this evening. £4 per random t-shirt in the chosen size. Buying 8 (or 6 in the larger sizes) gives free postage too. I've usually got some good things from the random sales. Although they do reduce t-shirts too where customers just pick what ones they want. Those sales can be from £2. Most though are £4 or £7 in those sales.
Edited by: "thetarget" 27th Jan
thanks op just got 5 t shirt and collecting it at asda ......let me try first then order more later ...
Can anyone with experience of these perhaps guide me in size please?
im a 42/43 inch chest, what’s the best size that they’re not hanging off me but not painted on?
XL seems to be OOS
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thetarget27/01/2020 22:48

Thanks.The t-shirts Qwertee (https://www.qwertee.com/) use seem to have a …Thanks.The t-shirts Qwertee (https://www.qwertee.com/) use seem to have a decent length for me. If you like t-shirts with images. Have a look. They have a random t-shirt sale on at the moment. It may finish this evening. £4 per random t-shirt in the chosen size. Buying 8 (or 6 in the larger sizes) gives free postage too. I've usually got some good things from the random sales. Although they do reduce t-shirts too where customers just pick what ones they want. Those sales can be from £2. Most though are £4 or £7 in those sales.


Bugger Qwertee... they don't allow refunds (only store credit, not quite legal either distance selling act and all) but most of all they totally rip off big brands / movies / tech companies and say "inspired by" or whatever but just take their logo and profit from it. Seriously hate Qwertee
Heat just for the username
proteinsheikh27/01/2020 17:23

I guess the other option is to buy 17 t-shirts to qualify for the minimum …I guess the other option is to buy 17 t-shirts to qualify for the minimum £30 order and get free delivery, then return 16 of them for a refund.


Tbh for suggesting something as ridiculous as this you deserve a right spanking up the back side.
are these breathable?
deleted238549228/01/2020 00:02

Bugger Qwertee... they don't allow refunds (only store credit, not quite …Bugger Qwertee... they don't allow refunds (only store credit, not quite legal either distance selling act and all) but most of all they totally rip off big brands / movies / tech companies and say "inspired by" or whatever but just take their logo and profit from it. Seriously hate Qwertee



I wasn't aware of that policy with Qwertee. Not had a problem with the few orders I have made in the past.

Due to what is stated on their website and which matches what you have stated. I have submitted a message to Qwertee regarding the Distance Selling Regulations and refunds issue. As long as I remember to do so. I will post back/update this comment when Qwertee gives an explanation.
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