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Best Custom Shirts Online EVER


#1

Hey folks,

I've been a long time user of Biotest going way back. As I get older (I'm 52) I am even more of a proponent, in that recovery is so key. Currently using Plazma, MAG-10 Flameout, Curcumin and Brain Candy.

So why am I posting here? I've busted my a$$ to get in shape. I wear a 52 long jacket and have a 36 inch waist. This is a nightmare when I'm buying a shirt off the rack in that it looks like I'm wearing a tent from the circus with all of the material bunched at the waist.

Enter M-Tailor. This is an app that I read about online someplace and decided to give a try. In a word it's been awesome. I'm not a shill for the company. It's just worked for me and I thought it might work for others on here. I'd love for you to use me as a reference, but if not, I don't really care, just long as you get the problem solved like I have. I've purchased 4 of their shirts and get compliments every single time. Just a great custom product and a great service for those of us who work out and want to actually look like it!


#2

Do they do jeans?

At T-Nation, we have a major problem with jeans.

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#3

You can also save time and money on pressing, and improve mobility, by foam rolling on top of your shirts.


#4

Thanks for the tip. I am coming into the same situation. off the rack dress shirts just aren’t cut for me anymore. My “go to” Brooks Brothers (humble brag) non-irons are tight around the shoulders, loose around the waist, and almost impossible to button the top button. It might be time to go custom.


#5

No, but God I wish they did.


#6

I have quite a few Brooks Bothers shirts that will be donated soon :slight_smile: These are actually the same price or cheaper.


#7

If you work out, you should be using slim fit. That will solve most baggy waist dress shirt problems.


#8

Calvin Klein slim fit and ultra slim fit work for me. Just order the right neck size. Might fit really well through the chest/back/arms and taper appropriately at the waist. i am not slim.

makeyourownjeans dot com might be worth a look. I plan to try it. Going to measure based on other jeans that fit well in a given area.


#9

[quote]theBird wrote:
Do they do jeans?

At T-Nation, we have a major problem with jeans.

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Yeah, I was going to say we sticky this one if they do jeans.