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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by HistoricDetroit, Dec 8, 2005.
Now spread the word. These sit-ups are getting old.
Mine is gone and it's gonna stay gone .
In the US I think this is called a Henley shirt.
Ho, Ho, Ho!!!
Christmas comes early, my friend! Look what I just spied in the the JCPenney Fall/Winter 2006 Catalog...
Available in sizes 32-44 even ($16.00/pkg. of 3) AND sizes 46-54 even ($21.00/pkg. of 3) for us bigger guys! Order them now and maybe they will keep this item permenantly in stock!
Can it be...traditional men's fashion becoming mainstream once again?? Who'da thunk it??
Wow Johnnysan!! Thanks - Vermont Country Store was the only place i've seen these and they want $25 a pop.
Are those over the belly button?
I was looking at those too...I'm glad that I held off on ordering them!
Too bad they don't come in a 28 inch waist...
I live in Taiwan (a subtropical island in the Pacific Ocean) and I wear an undershirt with my dress shirts everyday. I used to wear Gap shirts but now I wear Hanes undershirts. They're really lightweight and thin but I find that they are still cut quite close to body. The only problem is they wear out quicker, so you may have to buy new ones more often. I get mine at Target.
Penny's ay... that's an eye opener. The classics are coming back.
Waist sizes start at 32. The solution? Doughnuts, son....eat lots and lots of doughnuts!
I have the Penny's ones and let me tell you, the inseam is short if you wear them at the righ level.so they bunch up in the crotch.
They're sold out in my size (and unavailable in-store here)
But if they're crotch creepers anyway, who cares.
Well, you can always beat a wife with them.
For confirmed boxer wearers, the tie back boxers from Brooks Brothers are great, pricey but great.
Hey boys, these are on sale right now at Penny's. $9.00 for a 3 pac. I had to order them, be here this friday.
2 valid uses:
they help keep my shirt from pulling out of my pants...i would guess it has to do with static cling and/or friction
if i'm wearing a polo shirt that has a logo, patch or embroidery on the breast, the tank top prevents the usually annoying scratchy logo to become less annoying.
i used to wear a-shirts (wifebeaters) all the time, but i haven't bought them in a long time and have since switched to v-necks or crewneck undershirts.
Thanks for the post!
On the subject of underwear and trad items.. what about sock suspenders?? How many of you have ever worn them? or possibly wear them on a regular basis? I could not possibly conceive leaving the house without my socks properly supported by my sock suspender.. unless of course I am sporting plus fours!
I haven't, but some here do. There's a discussion of them (along with shirt garters) in this thread: http://www.thefedoralounge.com/showthread.php?t=4555
I think I need the Bracer.