I just got my first shirt on the new Anvil blanks.
It was really hard to tell, in the rush of buying, if the t-shirt was going to be on the new blank or not. I assumed it was, but the statement on the sizing chart ("The Woot Tee offers a "slim" fit, so consider ordering a size up if you like your tees baggy.") really threw me off.
I am 5'7", long torso, size 14ish, curvy. An AA WXL was just a bit too small for me, particularly in the chest and hips, so I thought an Anvil WXL would fit ok. I was worried about going to a WL, because of the length (I have a long torso).
I almost laughed when I pulled the Anvil WXL out of the bag because it was so big. Then I washed it on hot and dried it on high hoping it would shrink. It did, in the sleeve circumference, at least.
This is the weirdest fitting shirt that I own.
~The fabric is nice enough, nothing to complain about.
~The neck hole is awesome - no more getting choked by my shirts.
~I have large arms, I freely admit that, but these arm holes were surprisingly tight given the fit of the rest of the shirt.
~Even after a wash in hot water and dry on high, it was WAY too big. I took it in an inch on each side and it is still too big. In some stores I am an WXL, I am NOT a WL or WM. I completely understand the request for a WXS.
~When I turned it inside-out to sew up the sides, I noticed that some of the seams, especially around the side seams were already starting to unravel. Could just be the luck of the draw though.
~The shoulder seams are ridiculously low on my arms, like 1-2" below my natural shoulder, and I have broad shoulders.
End result - I will only buy a Woot tee if it is something I HAVE to have, because it is going to take some altering to fit right.