fistsoffaith wrote:... I'm new here, but I can't imagine what all the complaining about sizing regarding shirt suppliers is about. My Mens S fits like a Mens S should, more so than most shirts I buy. ...
The men's shirts remained the same width as before; it's the women's and kids sizes that changed the most.
New, they start out a slight bit shorter, but after a couple wash cycles, the differences get more pronounced. My personal experience is they shrink in length even when line dried, and about 10% going through a dryer. For some folks, this isn't a big deal; for others, it is. (There's more, but I'm not about to turn this into another of my "rant" post.)
Maybe I just got two AA shirts? Regardless, wishing I had bought more!
If the tag says 'made in the USA', it's American Apparel. If it says made in Honduras or Nicaragua, then it's Anvil.
Alfredenigma wrote:God with the amazon buy out i would've expected the shipping would have gotten better slowest shipppiinnng evvveeerrr!
Your expectations need to be lowered. The shirts are still shipped by Woot (so give them up to a week to pack) via SmartPost (give them up to a week between each distribution center).
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