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How do they fit…how do they fit you and how big are you?

Well I’m fairly small but they fit me fine.

[quote]El_Animal wrote:
Well I’m fairly small but they fit me fine.[/quote]

What size of tee?

How big is your chest?
How tall are you?

I wear an XL and all of them fit perfectly. Not too loose, not too tight.

[quote]BIGRAGOO wrote:
I wear an XL and all of them fit perfectly. Not too loose, not too tight.[/quote]

How the hell do you fit in it? You are a lot bigger than me. Perhaps we have shoulder/frame width differences?

Anywho, I just put on my “TESTOSTERONE” shirt for the first time. It fits as Bigragoo stated.

The label shows it to be a Hanes Beefy-T XL (46-48). Try to find a store with shirt designs printed on Hanes Beefy-Ts and give them a fitting.

[quote]4est wrote:
BIGRAGOO wrote:
I wear an XL and all of them fit perfectly. Not too loose, not too tight.

How the hell do you fit in it? You look a lot bigger than me. Perhaps we have shoulder/frame width differences?
[/quote]

Well I could wear an XXL, but the bottom is too big. Funny how mens shirts are made with a big gut in mind. But an XL looks better on me, at least according to MJ. Also, my shoulder girdle itself isn’t wide. That’s why my shoulders and trap SUCK. It’s a bitch trying to look wide when your shoulders are as wide as your hips naturally.

My chest is around 44-46…which size would be good? L?

I would pay more for it if Biotest made a REALLY high quality, fitted, V-neck T. Thin-ish material, then collar-band (unlike the 1-inch wide collars on most T’s), definately V-neck, and designed with more of a clingy fit. And with just the word “Testosterone” on it. Maybe right in the center of the chest, or maybe much smaller and more discreet and to the side, like over one pec. Hmmmm.

But that’s just me . . . . :wink:

[quote]4est wrote:
BIGRAGOO wrote:
I wear an XL and all of them fit perfectly. Not too loose, not too tight.

How the hell do you fit in it? You are a lot bigger than me. Perhaps we have shoulder/frame width differences?

Anywho, I just put on my “TESTOSTERONE” shirt for the first time. It fits as Bigragoo stated.

The label shows it to be a Hanes Beefy-T XL (46-48). Try to find a store with shirt designs printed on Hanes Beefy-Ts and give them a fitting. [/quote]

What the hell are you doing puting on an XL for? You’re a boys large at best!

[quote]Damici wrote:
I would pay more for it if Biotest made a REALLY high quality, fitted, V-neck T. Thin-ish material, then collar-band (unlike the 1-inch wide collars on most T’s), definately V-neck, and designed with more of a clingy fit. And with just the word “Testosterone” on it. Maybe right in the center of the chest, or maybe much smaller and more discreet and to the side, like over one pec. Hmmmm.

But that’s just me . . . . ;)[/quote]

Damici, I have come to see you are never satisified and would probably complain if hung with a velvet rope. (J/K) :slight_smile:

I wear a large and like how all the T’s I have gotten fit. It’s not that cheap loose fit but rather a flattering snug fit.

D

[quote]Damici wrote:
I would pay more for it if Biotest made a REALLY high quality, fitted, V-neck T. Thin-ish material, then collar-band (unlike the 1-inch wide collars on most T’s), definately V-neck, and designed with more of a clingy fit. And with just the word “Testosterone” on it. Maybe right in the center of the chest, or maybe much smaller and more discreet and to the side, like over one pec. Hmmmm.

But that’s just me . . . . ;)[/quote]

I always though V-necks were gay, or at least metrosexual.

Why do want shirt to cling to you?

It’s just a damn t-shirt after all.

[quote]X-Factor wrote:
My chest is around 44-46…which size would be good? L?[/quote]

XL would be better.

I weigh in at 170ish and a L fits nice

[quote]Dedicated wrote:

I wear a large and like how all the T’s I have gotten fit. It’s not that cheap loose fit but rather a flattering snug fit.

D[/quote]

Ah, you describe it better than me.

[quote]PGA200X wrote:

What the hell are you doing puting on an XL for? You’re a boys large at best![/quote]

Well that would put you in a girls S then, right :wink:

I’d like to see some muscle shirts. or at least a sleeveless shirt or something… something i could work out in…

the 1 tshirt i bought, is nice for wearing out with jeans or something… but it’s to thick to wear when working out…

thinner material and in the muscle shirt style… that would be cool…

[quote]PGA200X wrote:
What the hell are you doing puting on an XL for? You’re a boys large at best![/quote]

We done been insulted by a golfing computer nerd. Somebody grab a pitch fork!

[quote]BIGRAGOO wrote:
PGA200X wrote:

What the hell are you doing puting on an XL for? You’re a boys large at best!

Well that would put you in a girls S then, right ;)[/quote]

Hold on, let me check one of MaryJane’s. She left one under one of my pillows!

[quote]4est wrote:
PGA200X wrote:
What the hell are you doing puting on an XL for? You’re a boys large at best!

We done been insulted by a golfing computer nerd. Somebody grab a pitch fork![/quote]

Come and get me cracka!

Oh Lord, here we go . . . .

And no, V-necks are not remotely metro. They just look a thousand times better than crew necks, and are much more comfortable.

[quote]ChrisKing wrote:
Damici wrote:
I would pay more for it if Biotest made a REALLY high quality, fitted, V-neck T. Thin-ish material, then collar-band (unlike the 1-inch wide collars on most T’s), definately V-neck, and designed with more of a clingy fit. And with just the word “Testosterone” on it. Maybe right in the center of the chest, or maybe much smaller and more discreet and to the side, like over one pec. Hmmmm.

But that’s just me . . . . :wink:

I always though V-necks were gay, or at least metrosexual.

Why do want shirt to cling to you?

It’s just a damn t-shirt after all.[/quote]