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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 was skeptical of this shirt because the small looked too big at first. But, once I put it on, it fit great! The V was not too deep and though it was a little looser then I am used to, I loved the way it looked and felt on me.5
Yes. The Neckline is a little low for my taste. But the shirt itself is so comfortable. I typically throw it on at home to lounge. I've also worn it under dress shirts, but I feel like that puts it to waste. Overall I was happy with this, just not by itself...in public...3
Got my boyfriend this shirt and I swear I wash it all the time because we both love it so much. It's ridiculously soft, so stretchy, so conforming and the v neck is the best thing about it. Shows off just the right amount of chest!5
Ok, the v-neck is a little deep. Well, a lot actually. But the material is great and it is comfortable. It's not going to be for everyone but it's alright.4
Oh how i wish the deep-v wasn't quite soooooo deep! It looks absolutely ridiculous on me... which is such a shame because the high-tech breathable fabric is amazing. But honestly, i would only ever put this on as a joke. I have a size medium, which is my correct size, but i swear it only covers half of my torso.2
I use this t-shirt for running. It fit's great and I like the texture for when you are working out!4
that's a deep v. I feel like the 70s came back and brought their shirt with it. The fit and feel of the shirt is great. I feel it's a touch expensive for an undershirt.3
I don't mind deep v-necks, but the cut of this thing is so weird. The way that it sits on me, even brand new, is as if someone had already taken the collar and pulled/stretched it out. Wouldn't pay $10 for this (even with all the new "technology" embedded in the shirt), much less MSRP.2
My exam rooms tend to get a little warm in the summer, and this tee helps keep my shirts dry without making clinic miserable. V-neck is too deep for me to wear as a regular tshirt, but works great as an undergarment.4
My work attire is business casual and I always wear an undershirt. I have purchased many different brands and have the following problems: too short, too bulky, too loose, shows when not wearing a tie, etc. I do not have any of those problems with this shirt, and would even consider paying the full price to stock up on these. This shirt is a great undershirt, it isn't my style to wear such a deep v neck as a casual shirt so I do not view it as one.5