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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.
Unfortunately BB shipped a large in my May box, which means the shirt fits bigger than I would have liked. Just the same, I am sure it will make a nice undershirt where fit is less critical. The fabric is crazy soft. I cannot speak to the moisture wicking yet though.4
The V Neck was opening was too wide for me even though the shoulders fit right.3
I loved the material for this shirt the only issue is the sizes run rather large.4
It's a seriously great shirt but didn't fit me all that well.3
I liked this light weight t shirt for sure. It was made to fit my body perfectly.5
My husband got this shirt in his May box and he really loves it. Its a soft material and looks great.5
I really liked the material. It was soft and really did wick the sweat away. My issue is with the fit. I wear a XL loosely and this thing was very snug. That and the V-neck is ridiculous, I feel like Sofia Vergara with all that cleavage hanging out.4
Extremely comfortable undershirt, does a great job at keeping you dry and the fabric feels really nice. It was looser fitting then I was expecting. I was not a huge fan of the v neck, I wish they would make these in crew necks.3
The shirt has a soft texture and does a good job with moisture wicking, my concerns are with the product quality and durability. As with any of these finely woven fabrics "pulls" are always a concern and I'm afraid this shirt will not wear well over time as I've already experienced pulling of the fabric just from trying to remove the tag that was ensnared when the shirt arrived. Also, the V-neck is a little wide for my taste and dips almost all the way down to my nipple line even when I pull the shirt back on my shoulders a bit. Not really my style, but will make use of it underneath as a base layer.4
Between the tight fit, the moisture wicking and the lightweight material, this is a great shirt to layer under a dress shirt during the summer. Due to the low v-neck, it might not be recommended to wear it under white shirts since it'll show through.4