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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.
Don't get me wrong, I'm all about a nice shirt. Having something to slip on after a long day at the office in wool slacks and a dress shirt is always very nice. However, when you break it down - this is still just a t-shirt (a comfortable one). I might buy a couple more in the future - but it didn't exactly blow me away.4
He liked how comfy it was. He wore it under his work uniform the first day he got it. I plan to steal it after next wash.4
MY husband LOVED this tshirt which is crazy for him to love any piece of clothing that is not a Paul Smith or John Varvatos suit. He raved about it for days!5
Almost the perfect T. Great cut and wonderful material. The only drawback is the placement of the tag. It is sewn into the side hem of the shirt near the bottom. It can get extremely uncomfortable. It just makes me think: for a $23 plain t-shirt they could get the tag right. Other than that I love the color, feel, fit, and shape of the shirt4
This shirt has a great feel but runs very small. I mainly wear XL shirts with some XXL here and there but there is no way I'm wearing this outside of my house.1
My profile here says I am a size L for tshirts, which I am, however this product is cut way too small on the shoulder and length for me to wear it... and that was BEFORE I washed and dried it.. Now it looks more like a size M3
I see what they are trying to go for with the cut, but they just don't pull it off in my opinion. If you have an athletic build (I'm talking Christian Bale, not The Rock) then this is going to fit weird. The sleeve (by design) bunches up and flares out, which doesn't look right. The sleeves are short, which is good, but there's too much material so it flares out too much. Also the fit is probably more snug than you would want in a knock-around T. If you normally wear an XL, get a Double X. I wish that was what was shipped in my box - maybe that would fit more comfortably. I'm 6' 2" and 200 lbs and don't like the fit - maybe it would be better on skinny dudes or those with more ladylike shoulders.2
Love this T-Shirt! Very comfortable and very casual look and GREAT to wear out.5
It was just a regular T-shirt to me. Nothing really special about it3
I'm a very average build kinda guy. 5'11" and 165 lbs. I really don't care for the cut of these shirts. The waist, chest, and shoulders fit very nicely but, below the waist the shirt flares out and looks a bit like a women's blouse. The sleeves also flare out so it looks like little wings at the bicep.1