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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.
I really do love the fabric, the feel, the comfort and the way it wears. I plan to get the crew neck versions of this, but the v-neck I received in my birch box was way to deep of a v for me. When wearing it, I felt like it was a woman's blouse. Great if you want to wear an under shirt and want no trace of it under your collared shirt. For me, I like the v-neck look with just a little hint of it under your collared shirt.4
Very comfortable, but I don't know of any situations where it's acceptable for straight men to wear V-Neck shirts.1
This is a great shirt although the V-neck is a little too deep for my liking. It is a very soft shirt and moisture wicking which will be nice for this summer.5
This base layer is a great concept. However, the v-neck was more than I could handle. Search for Ben Stiller and Andy Samberg's v-neck SNL skit. That's how I felt when I donned this shirt...3
This is a very comfortable shirt, and while the V is a little deeper than im used to its working for me. I have a chest tattoo which is just visible enough when i wear it to start some conversations. great success.4
I use these shirts for when I'm in a suit. It keeps me cooler than wearing cotton and it breathes very well. The wicking material ensures that sweat doesn't get through onto my long shirts.5
This shirt is great for a workout. It keeps you cool and comfortable throughout. Not the best looking shirt though4
I like it, it's a great white tee to add to my collection, but I don't even spend $38 to get a whole pack of tees let alone 1.3
I love the material, the fit, and the wicking. But $38 for an undershirt that isn't a compression shirt is a little pricey. I'll have to wear this around a little more, but I cant imagine an undershirt being worth $38. But it does feel so good.5
Great undershirt that stood the endurance of the day. Initially, I was a bit worried about the texture, but it ended up overall unnoticeable throughout the day.4