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It’s a common misconception among guys that a T-shirt is a T-shirt. Not so. This T-shirt is a work of art. Dispensing with the typical baggy, boxy cut, this tee pays homage to the past while cutting a distinctly modern silhouette. The Brando Cut is an ideal shirt for going out, staying in, or, you know, hollering that special someone’s name in the streets (though if this is your style of choice, odds are you’re a good deal more advanced in the science of seduction than Brando’s character in A Streetcar Named Desire). Don't know your size? Check out our Sizing Guide.
I'm a big t-shirt guy; fitted, relaxed... style above all.
The fabric Barking Irons uses is great- ultra-soft, however I found the cut to be too fitted for my preference. The sleeves were annoyingly short, almost like a woman's cap-sleeve and anyone who doesn't have the proverbial 'gun show' may feel the same way - and this coming from a guy who lives in tanks in the Africa-heat summers that Central CA provides.
Got one of these in my July box, Olive Drab. Unique cut, but a great change-up, and fit me well. Unfortunately, it stretched out of shape and started unraveling after like 3 washes. I washed it on delicate, and even let it air-dry. I'm not gonna dryclean a t-shirt, and at >$20 a copy, I can't see myself ever grabbing these unless the quality improved GREATLY.2
This shirt seems to be well made, and the cotton is certainly comfortable. However, the fit is a bit baggy and I had to cut the tag from the side seam.2
Normally I wear a Large t-shirt in American Apparel branded shirts and they are the perfect fit. I got a large shirt from this company and I felt like I was trying to put on a kids shirt. It was tight in all the wrong places. If I had eaten a sandwich I'm pretty sure the shirt would have busted at the seam or rolled up over my stomach. Not for me.2
I like the idea behind the brand, the style is cool. Unfortunately an Xl for me in all other t-shirts fits nicely... for this one.. too cut. You have to be ripped for this to look good on you.2
As a 6'1" 210lb man, I found this shirt and cut tot look small on me. I'm of average build, but the sleeves being shorter and length a bit shorter it looked and felt too small. Being on the edge of big and tall, with long arms and long torso, this shirt isn't really made for me. The quality seems good and it has not faded or weakened over 3 or 4 washes, it is just a cut for a smaller or more muscular body style.2
I've got broad shoulders and then get narrow, 6'2. The shirt wasn't cut for my body. It's a bit short and just didn't do it for me. It's really soft though. Wish it fit better.2
For me, this shirt is too short and not slim enough. The sleeves are nice, and the cloth feels nice.2
Things I liked about this t-shirt were the material, the gray color, the quality of construction and the contoured hem at the bottom of the shirt. The fit was generally really good. What I didn't like was the "Brando" cut sleeve. It looked pretty awful, tenting out weirdly from my shoulders. In my opinion it was not flattering to the shoulders, a blouse-y sleeve, and not flattering for a man.2
The sleeves that are designed to show more arm felt very awkward. My girlfriend looked at me and said, "those are lady sleeves."2