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I have 50 of the aa shirts and only 2 of the Anvil. I stopped buying when you made the change. Thank you for bringing them back…. Even if for only a limited time.
Emerson iTone iPod Docking Station - Woot Cellars Polyphemus - 9 Random Craps! - Nike Nano Armband - 3 Monkeys - Emergency Roadside Kits - Bacon Salt - Flashing woot off lights - Tons of woot shirts
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There is never going to be a universal love for either option. There are too many body types out there. People that are really tall complain the Anvil shirts are too short. People that are really short complain that the AA shirts are too long. People that are super skinny complain that the Anvil shirts are too wide and frumpy. People that have more meat on their bones and lots of curves complain that the AA shirts are too small, tight, and form-fitting.
And apparently most people don't understand this and get all huffy and confused as to why people complain about the fit of the shirts.
Me, personally, I prefer the Anvil shirts because I can actually buy a women's size shirt. The AA shirts at their largest size are still too small and tight for me. The Anvil shirts, while a little odd in their shape, at least allow me to not have a men's neckline choking me, hugging my hips too tight and being too long like the AA ones do when I wear them (and if I go a size larger, then the neckline still annoys me, they are even longer, and I look even frumpier as it is now too baggy but at least doesn't squeeze my hips to death).
So, yeah. That's all I have to say about that.
-Heather (First Burgandy Olfactory Center 12/6/11)
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as others have said, this is a great first step. Now we need the catalog to be available in AA and I will place an order. I lost some weight (yay!) and need replacement of my old favorites in a smaller size! (hint, hint, there is money left on the table)
I just keep buying more and more crap...