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Think of Ministry of Supply as the Q to your James Bond. They’ve invented a T-shirt that looks like an ordinary T-shirt, but is actually the result of high-tech experimentation, including thermal imaging and photogrammetric strain tests. We can’t promise it’ll take photos on the sly or make you invisible, but it will keep you cool, calm, and collected. Don't know your size? Check out our Sizing Guide.
Although the feel of this shirt is great, the medium I got (my standard size) fits like a tent - it's more like an XL or XXL on me, making it unwearable.
The V-neck fits to my solar plexus, and the body and sleeves hang loosely. This is far from the body hugging fit that the description claims.
This shirt is definitely not for me. I am not a fan of the V neck style. I re-sold this shirt at a consignment store and they seemed to think it was good quality.1
The sizing is a bit off on this - and consequently, way too tight.1
so i got this shirt in my may box and it was weird. the edges of the neck start on my shoulders and the tip of the v is below my nipples. i don't think i'll ever use this1
Maybe it's just my body type, but I found this shirt snug in weird places. Like the arm-pit. Fine texture. But I'll stick with any other undershirt that isn't this expensive.1
This is a cool shirt, and the design/material is great, however the v neck is way way too low. It looked ridiculous. Luckily, it looked good on my girlfriend so now it is hers.1
While this seems to be a great undershirt, it simply does not suit me. The V-neck is so deep that I will never wear it.1
I don't like v necks.if it was a crew neck I probably would have wore it as an under shirt to work or something. The material was nice and comfortable1
This shirt was just way off the mark for my tastes. I like my shirts fitted but not snug. This shirt was too short and too wide. A good shirt should have the length to tuck in or at the very minimum not show your stomach if you lift you arms above your head. Standing with arms relaxed the shirt was barely long enough to cover my stomach. A good t-shirt should have plenty of length. Again it was too wide. Didn't have a fitted feel. And last but not least the v-neck....terrible. The V was so deep I don't even think my wife could wear it. If you gonna make a v-neck make it a shallow one or don't make it at all. Real men don't wear deep V's1
It could be a cool shirt, but it has a VERY deep vee neck with A HUGE neck opening. Looks very awkward, to the point that I won't wear it. I do question whether I received a defective item.1