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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.
This is a great sweat wicking product. What a nice surprise to get in my box this month. This is a very thick, heavy weight shirt...surprisingly heavy for a T. Wore it while chopping wood and was really happy with the performance.5
This shirt is absolutely the most comfortable undershirt in the world. It fits close to the body and is soft on the skin. The material breathes very well. The V neck ensures that your color will not show under a buttoned shirt if you leave that top button undone. It can be used as an undershirt, a casual going out shirt, workout shirt or even just for lounging around the house. The uses are unlimited. Very comfortable and very highly recommended!5
Thought this wouldn't fit but when I put it on I realized it would be a great tee under my formal wear on cruises.5
It's a great undershirt -- runs a little large by size.4
I love this undershirt! The functionality and fit are great, and the technology keeps you dry all day. Aside from the very steep price of $38, I would recommend this shirt to anyone.5
I am not a man that wears undershirts, but this may have persuaded me. It had a nice fit and I could definitely see myself utilizing this when the weather cools down. I typically dislike tshirts that are tight because the material itches, but this has a very soft feel.4
A really heavy duty feel on the fabric but is breathable when you wear it. Feels like excellent quality. Soft, silky, breathable. Love it, but have a hard time justifying $38 for an undershirt. When money flows, I'll be buying some more!!5
This shirt is very soft and pretty comfortable. It is made for someone with more narrow shoulders and smaller arms. The shirt fit perfectly everywhere exept those areas. I am also not a huge fan of the v neck. The quality of the shirt is great and I'm sure the performance is great as well. I gave it to my friend and he loves it.3
The issue of $38 for an undershirt aside, the fabric on this t-shirt is really great. It feels almost like a tech workout shirt. In fact, I might consider wearing it to the gym, but I'm an instructor there, and it's a little too "undershirt-y". The black one perhaps would work better. The V neck is nice and deep so you can wear it under button downs.
The fit is the other issue. I'm a 38" chest so I wear small of most tops (including undershirts like Hanes), and this one isn't all that fitted or close to the body. Since I wear slim fit shirts, I'm afraid this will actually add bulk, so it might need to remain as house or loungewear. Which is really too bad because, again, the fabric is really quite good. Too bad, I really wanted to like this one!
This is quite possibly one of the most comfortable t-shirts that I own. I know, I know, it's a base layer. I commute via bicycle every day, so it does that too. As much as I love this shirt, I have a problem with paying $38.00 for a t-shirt. Reminds me of a Macklemore song.5