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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 January 2021
It’s just your bog standard t-shirt, really. There’s nothing about this that makes it specifically for the gym, besides branding. I suppose they do not claim otherwise, but I’m sure I’m not alone in assuming that sports attire would at least have some “tech” baked into it that makes it stand out from regular attire.
I actually find this t-shirt to be a bit on the short side. Having read other reviews, it seems I’m not alone in this. Often, I find if I raise my arms up, the t-shirt will ride up and reveal my torso. No big deal when I’m working out at home, but it’s a little awkward when you’re in a public gym.
Comparing this to, say, the Gymshark t-shirts I have, these Gymtier ones are pretty tacky. You can pay an extra £3 at Gymshark and get a t-shirt with much better length and sweat wicking properties.
Overall, if you’re hell-bent on cheap t-shirts, just go buy one of those multi-packs of plain t-shirts for dirt cheap - you’ll find them in the supermarkets or budget online retailers, and probably for the same price you’re paying for one of these.
If you’re still intent on getting a Gymtier one - yes, they’re fine. I still use the one I bought, but I’d definitely not buy another. Sometimes it’s just better to pay the few extra quid and get better quality goods.