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Saltrock - T- Shirts From £2 - Using Code TEE50 This weekend only (£3.95 del)
Saltrock - T- Shirts From £2 - Using Code TEE50 This weekend only (£3.95 del)

Saltrock - T- Shirts From £2 - Using Code TEE50 This weekend only (£3.95 del)

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50% of T-Shirts using code TEE50 this weekend. (Now ends 13th Dec)

Already have a sale - so T-shirts from £2 each - Bargain.

56 Comments

Don't forget £3.95 del. charge.

mel1408

Don't forget £3.95 del. charge.



Free on orders over £30 though, so, if you need 15 T-shirts ...

lol..thanks

i swear to f, i just orderd 8 ts for my kids an hr ago at £4 each thinking bargain....i now just ordered another 15 for £30

grrrreeaaattttttt deal

what's the quality like?

Demondog

what's the quality like?


I bought them last year. Not a very good quality colour faded after few washes.But for £2.50 its fine.

hash47

I bought them last year. Not a very good quality colour faded after few … I bought them last year. Not a very good quality colour faded after few washes.But for £2.50 its fine.



I dont mind the colour fading, but I hate it when T shirts shrink in length but go wider! DH used to buy polo tops and T shirts from Cotton Traders, but after a couple of washes they looked stupid, too wide and too short. And Cotton Traders were unhelpful when I complained, said I hadnt washed them at 30 degrees!

These are great I always buy these for holidays as cheap enough to get sun cream on. Just bought 5 for 13.95 sizes are a little on the large size compared to other brands. 7/8 is more like a 9 but depends on the size of your child at least they are not too small

XXL is only 44"-46" - what's that all about ?

No sizing for real men there

Thanks, £120 worth of tee shirts for £50 using their £10 off - love their tshirts

Well actually at their full price it's £480 worth of tee shirts for £50

Great have a heap of

Use our Saltrock student discount code at the checkout to enjoy 20% off your order.

thanks, ordered 2 even though I didn't need any .... will come in handy for PJ tops if no one in family wants them!

Nice one OP! I like their tees anyway but I just got £30's worth for bonus presents. Good spot!

Capitalist

XXL is only 44"-46" - what's that all about ?No sizing for real men there … XXL is only 44"-46" - what's that all about ?No sizing for real men there


Nope they are a size down, I have 2 sat in the wardrobe should I lose enough weight. Weird Fish went the same way as well (along with the decline in quality)
Only fat face left for us larger gents
Edited by: "GoNz0-" 2nd Dec 2016

I swear that saltrock are the dfs of clothes, always a sale going on....

All small sizes left now.

Not much choice for xl men, 2 !!! one at £12.50 and the other £20 before code.

Ideal for using to clean the car. Awful quality

Thanks op 4 t-shirts ordered for the nephew great price !

allforson

Well actually at their full price it's £480 worth of tee shirts for £50 : … Well actually at their full price it's £480 worth of tee shirts for £50


You mean at the made up price.

Capitalist

XXL is only 44"-46" - what's that all about ?No sizing for real men there … XXL is only 44"-46" - what's that all about ?No sizing for real men there



Apparently after a couple of washes they get wider

n3m3s1s

Apparently after a couple of washes they get wider



​Still not wide enough

From £5.95 each including delivery.
I've had t-shirts on offer from Salt Rock before and have been impressed by the quality for the price. Still wear them now and have one on at the moment!

Edited by: "BigDaveH" 6th Dec 2016

Capitalist

XXL is only 44"-46" - what's that all about ?No sizing for real men there … XXL is only 44"-46" - what's that all about ?No sizing for real men there




100% agree. I got something from China recently - 7XL & it nowhere near fitted X)

Capitalist

XXL is only 44"-46" - what's that all about ?No sizing for real men there … XXL is only 44"-46" - what's that all about ?No sizing for real men there



I am not sure what it is about this country as we seem to be stuck 50 years in the past regarding clothing sizes. I mean there can't be many countries in the world where XXS, XS, S,M, L, and XL are the standard sizes in adult men's clothing. I was in the USA a few months back and you could walk into any clothes store and they up to 5XL in stock.

As an aside has anyone tried rubbing salt on their rocks? NEVER DO THIS!

poor quality
avoid

good find op - people grumbling about the quality maybe not great for £15 each but for £2 i'm not gonna grumble

good one

I got suckered in with one of their last promotions...I bought about 10 T shirts. The quality sucks ...after a wash the cotton is not soft at all (whereas in the same wash my still going strong Gap T shirts are nice & soft), these Salt Rock T shorts also shrunk heavily too.

fishmaster

As an aside has anyone tried rubbing salt on their rocks? NEVER DO THIS!



Do you know Vic Burns? (it does when you run it on your rocks)

I've always found them to be excellent quality, and they last forever.

Rossmor40

I am not sure what it is about this country as we seem to be stuck 50 … I am not sure what it is about this country as we seem to be stuck 50 years in the past regarding clothing sizes. I mean there can't be many countries in the world where XXS, XS, S,M, L, and XL are the standard sizes in adult men's clothing. I was in the USA a few months back and you could walk into any clothes store and they up to 5XL in stock.



The doors are extra wide too.

Anyone know what the girls clothes are like? Thinking for next summer (short sleeves) when my slimmish daughter will just turn 4. Not sure if 3/4 or 4/5 are more appropriate. 4/5 a safer bet of course!

Wow! Ordered thanks

My world has been rocked in this thread.... a £2 t-shirt isn't as soft or long wearing as a £20 one from GAP.

It's almost as if you get what you pay for in this world

tesco rule

Conich

Anyone know what the girls clothes are like? Thinking for next summer … Anyone know what the girls clothes are like? Thinking for next summer (short sleeves) when my slimmish daughter will just turn 4. Not sure if 3/4 or 4/5 are more appropriate. 4/5 a safer bet of course!


I've bought a lot of clothes for my daughter here and I'd recommend buying the age up from how old she will be if they have it available. The sizes are like Roxy, very neat xxx

ordered 3 item last week
one was £2
the other 2 were "out of stock" i dont know how

they charged me £4 for delivery of a £2

opened a dispute and still waiting for the outcome
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