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You're on a unfamiliar trail and all of a sudden "Spot" the family dog has seen a squirrel and is off into the trees like Usain Bolt up a drain pipe.
You quickly follow your family pet, shouting for Spot to return and before you know it you're lost in an unfamiliar wood. You've no compass, trail marking tape or a map.
98% of people lost in the woods get found in the first 24 hours. But you've made a few critical errors and you're now completely lost. Not only are you lost but you tripped and fell twisting a wrist when you landed face down in the mud, which totally sucks.
It's time to get out the bright orange Fruit of the Loom T shirt you bought for £2 because it's about to save your life. You need to buy the biggest one you can, 3XL is best. First off it provides an extra layer of clothing, but most importantly it can be made into a flag. Second, it's so big you can cut off huge chunks of material and make it into char cloth because it's 100% cotton. Third you can make it into a bandanna, Forth you can make it into a sling for that wrist you hurt when you fell. Fifth because you bought extra large it can be made into a sun shade, which of course can be seen from the air because it's bright orange. You can use it to pre-filter water from a stream and you can use it as a carry device for wood or your gear.
The list of things this T shirt can do in a survival situation could fill a book on it's own.
If you're into survival you 'need' at least one of these in your bag and your car, just make sure it's orange people.
You know I'm right!
This time the tee shirts were advertised as Fruit Of the Loom but when they arrived the label was Gildan.
However, they fit well and they seem to be reasonably well made from fairly thick cotton (fractionally thinner than the genuine Fruit Of the Loom version but still ok), although with a slightly rougher texture than some other brands.
The only real negative point is that the label in the back of the neck is a bit rough, but it's easy to tear it off.
Considering they were only £4.21 each with free postage they seem pretty good value.
1.) Cotton Jersey is a light and flexible, yet warm and insulating. It is a popular choice for t-shirts and a variety of other apparel. One interesting aspect of jersey is that it can be made from 100% cotton or from a cotton/polyester synthetic blend; it is the knit of the fabric that makes it unique. This product is not! it is more like canvas, I would not dare to polish a valuable antique with it.
2) American fit standards are very generous! This product is not!
I was tempted by the colour and considered buying a pair, I'm very glad I didn't.
I will put this one down to experience not to believe all positive reviews on Amazon.
P.S. You can buy decent t's in M & S, John Lewis, etc.