Funny thing about T-shirts: they're so simple, so basic and ubiquitous that you'd think that they're all essentially the same right? Wrong. You don't have to know the intricate in's and out's of ring-spun combed jersey and 20's-singles yarn or the laborious washes to appreciate a better-made crew neck. A really good tee with a spot-on fit not only has the ability to make you look cooler, but they actually feel better. Like a lot better. It's the difference between getting the job done and doing your job well. When it comes right down to it, every man needs some T-shirts. Whether you opt for high-end versions or not, they're an essential piece of your wardrobe. And while it's hard to mentally justify a version that costs two to three times more than you're used to paying, when you pull on a quality T-shirt, you'll feel the difference. And get a helluva lot of wear out it. Herewith, the very best we've worn after a lengthy review.
Inspired by surplus styles, these are made in America with a slender band collar and are cut shorter, to hit right at the hip's sweet spot. And they're also available in bundles of three.
Get Rough: Don't be afraid to yank at the hems or collars to stretch out your T-shirt a bit before wearing. That's what stylists do for magazine and catalog shoots to get that slinky, relaxed look. Simply toss it in the washer to reset the shape.