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|Package Length:||8.3 inches|
|Package Width:||7.8 inches|
|Package Height:||3.1 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.75 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 54 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 54 customer reviews )
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8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
buy the beefy-t if you're beefy; otherwise just fine Jul 31, 2011
By Stanley R. Griffiths
A good shirt in the Hanes line; a slightly trimmer fit through the chest than the beefy-t. You should be aware of that difference when making your decision. I haven't washed it yet and can't opine on its color fade nor its shrinkage. The label says wash warm but I wash Hanes cold to deter the forementioned properties. All in all, a good shirt that is a cut less generous than the beefy-t, but not too tight or an athletic fit, and available in a wide range of colors. Fits nice, feels and looks good.
16 of 19 found the following review helpful:
all right by me !!! Apr 27, 2009
By Matthew G. Sherwin
Hanes makes an excellent "Authentic Tagless Pocket Tee" shirt for guys. I love to wear these tee shirts in summer; and of course they're every bit as good for warm days in spring and fall. The fabric is easy on your skin; it doesn't scratch or itch and if you want it extra soft all you need to do is add fabric softener to the wash when you wash it.
Moreover, these shirts last a lot longer than I thought they would. Given the low price I simply assumed that one season would be about the limit of what I could get out of these shirts. Nope! Even the stitching is much better than I expected. Happily, I was wrong--these shirts last two or even three seasons with the proper care.
And the "proper care" isn't too difficult, either. Just wash in any permanent press cycle. Again, just add in some fabric softener whenever you want the shirt to be extra soft; this is especially good for guys with extra sensitive skin.
Last but not least, the shirt pocket comes in handy. Sometimes when I drive or go around doing my errands, I can just put a few things into the pocket for easy access. Things shouldn't fall out as you drive or walk around and that's a nice plus. You can also put a pen or two into the pocket if you wish.
Overall, I really can't think of anything negative to say about this product. It can even be worn as an undershirt in colder weather. I must have about seven or eight of them right now; and I'll be buying more in the future.
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Hanes Tagless Shirts with Pocket Jun 11, 2011
By S. L. Calhoun
Shirts are okay. However, they do shrink up a lot. Buy bigger then what you actually need. Good delivery and no other problems with order.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Shrank about a size and a half Mar 27, 2011
By Tom Barrister
The shirts fit okay when they arrived, but after one washing, they shrank at least a size. They are now snug, which isn't what I wanted.
5 of 6 found the following review helpful:
What a disappointment Jan 31, 2012
By B. McGregor
Mistake #1: Thought Hanes was a trusted brand.
Three months later, they have faded to that brownish hue, but still look kinda black in room light.
They have also shrunk in the mid section, and being 6.2, they are pretty much worthless now.
Generally they have not held up well at all.
I usually buy about three of four black pocket tees a year for the gym. Yeah, they get sweaty, but so have dozens of other brands over the years.
I always wash them in cold water and dry at the lowest setting, so they're not getting abused by hot water or being left out for long.
They have also been washed alongside other black tees that I've had for up to five years, and those look better!
Simply put, I've been buying black pocket tees for almost 20 years and this batch of Hanes have been the worst.
People don't usually return stuff like this, so I hope that they will read reviews to aid them in buying these items and avoid unnecessary frustration.
*TIP* About every other month, I put all my tees in a soaking wash with one cup of white vinegar. It takes the stinkies out and has helped the color stay fast, (well, except for the Hanes). This also works for acrylic running shirts and such.
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