T-shirt Size Guides
T-shirts brands are 100% preshrunk cotton of high quality thread count like Haynes, Gildan, Anvil etc.
Some companies replace the tags with their own labels so I do not know the brands used. Some companies change brands depending on availability so other shirts from these companies might have other dimensions. The designs are screen printed directly on the shirt instead of being heat applied decals. They are printed with machines that use air pressure to apply the inks and use less ink than hand screened designs. They have a very soft "hand" to use the industry term. You can return anything that you are not pleased with but you would need to pay the shipping charges. The puff/textured designs have more ink but are still pliable. The shirts hold up well to repeated washings. Unless designated as ladies or scoop neck all shirts are the unisex crew style neckline.
Extra Small: 2-4
Extra Large: 46-48
XX Large: 50-52
I will accept exchanges if they just don't fit the way you want but you would have to pay the shipping to make the swap. Most shirts are preshrunk but the LB company occasionally used Fruit of the Loom in the past which may shrink more than other brands. I am not sure if they now use FOL beefy shirts which are better at being preshrunk. It is quite frustrating to have no standards but there it is. My theory is when in doubt go large! Thank you for your interest in my site.
Apparel sizing conforms to industry standard and customer expected values. Slight variations are possible between vendors.
Measurements are in inches.
|The Difference between Ladies Cut and Scoop Neck: The manufacturer describes it as "made specifically for women who want a casual, but feminine look. It is built like a crewneck tee but has a lower ribbed neck and smaller sleeves for a comfortable fit." I think it is not as low as a scooped neck and it may be shorter in the torso than the unisex crew style.|
337 E. Main St.
Grafton, WV 26354