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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 May 2018
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This is a nice t-shirt, though I find it a bit on the small side. I normally go for a large size, which this is, but I have some older medium t-shirts that still fit me, so I expect large to be on the looser side. This is quite a tight fit, which makes me think that the sizing is ungenerous. The sleeves are rather short too, as you can see in one of the photos. The product description suggests rolling them up – I don’t really see the point in buying a long sleeve t-shirt only to roll the sleeves up anyway, but these are tight enough that I can’t really roll them up even if I wanted to.

In light of these considerations, I wish I had an XL but if you have a better fit then I don’t think it disappoints. The title refers to it as middleweight and description as heavyweight, so I’m not sure which it’s supposed to be, but it is noticeably thicker than many of my t-shirts. This, combined with the colour, makes it rather hot on warm days. It’s nice and soft though and the black hasn’t shown any signs of fading, though it’s early days yet.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice, but go for a larger size
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 May 2018
This is a nice t-shirt, though I find it a bit on the small side. I normally go for a large size, which this is, but I have some older medium t-shirts that still fit me, so I expect large to be on the looser side. This is quite a tight fit, which makes me think that the sizing is ungenerous. The sleeves are rather short too, as you can see in one of the photos. The product description suggests rolling them up – I don’t really see the point in buying a long sleeve t-shirt only to roll the sleeves up anyway, but these are tight enough that I can’t really roll them up even if I wanted to.

In light of these considerations, I wish I had an XL but if you have a better fit then I don’t think it disappoints. The title refers to it as middleweight and description as heavyweight, so I’m not sure which it’s supposed to be, but it is noticeably thicker than many of my t-shirts. This, combined with the colour, makes it rather hot on warm days. It’s nice and soft though and the black hasn’t shown any signs of fading, though it’s early days yet.
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