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There’s a lot that can go wrong with T-shirts, especially when you’re buying online, without the chance to try them on first. Every shop or website that sells T-shirts will tell you that theirs are the best. So how do you know who to believe?

Luckily, the answer to that question is an easy one: check the reviews. And not just the star ratings, but the comments their past customers have left. If most reviewers raving about high quality T-shirts, it’s a safe bet that you will, too.

On the flip side, if most are criticizing the quality or fit of the products they received, you can bet you’ll be disappointed by your order, as well. While you’re sorting through the comments, keep an eye on the things that matter most to you.

If you’re looking for a shirt to wear while out on the trail, are there fellow active customers that talked about their experience? If style is your concern, what are other fashion conscious buyers saying in their reviews?

Find reviewers that are looking for the same things as you are, and use their comments to help you make your decision. When it’s time for new T-shirts, some men opt to grab the three-in-a-pack variety from their local Walmart.

High quality plain T-shirts keep the same size and shape no matter how many times they’re washed. They also are designed with drape in mind, meaning they’ll fit you snugly in all the right places while giving you room to breathe and move where you need it.

Not sure you can look great in just a T-shirt in jeans, even if your shirt is of the highest quality? We assure you: it’s possible. High quality T-shirts start with 100% high quality, pre-shrunk cotton. That means no itchy synthetic fibers, and no shrinking or shape-changing after your T-shirt has gone through the wash.

If you’re looking for the best T-shirts, be sure that your shirt is GOTS or Global Organic Textiles Standard certified. That means the material in them is safe from harmful and unnatural dyes and chemicals, which is good for you and good for the environment.

If aunt nice t shirts are staples in your wardrobe, you'll want to choose a brand that specializes in them. Not only will that help guarantee that you're getting the best product it'll also give you plenty of options to choose from once you test out your initial purchase.
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