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3-pack Men's Jockey Classic Crew Neck T-Shirt (White or Black) EXPIRED

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Promoted 01-24-2013 at 12:00 AM View Original Post
Jockey Store via eBay has 3-pack Men's Jockey Classic Crew Neck T-Shirt (White or Black) for $10. Shipping is free. Thanks markzabin

Note, you may save 15% off when purchasing 3 or more.

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/190784668417

Normally $29.50, available in black or white, with lots of sizes available.

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Thanks OP.
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I have been wearing Jockey undershirts for years and they are great. I just wish they had the Tall ones on sale. 6'1" and 185 lbs. Large tall is perfect for me.
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In for 1 pack.

Thanks OP!
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In for 1, thanks OP. The best part I like Jockey is the crew neck always keep in shape wash after wash, but Hanes one I had before would become very looseon the crew neck after just a few wash.
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Obviously as an avid Hanes shirt user, I've been living a sub-standard existence. Once my Jockeys arrive, my old tees will feel like Thomas Becket's cilice hair shirts.
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in for 3! thanks op!
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I have some Jockeys and Stafford white t shirts I bought from JCPenny at home and after looking at both I can hands down say Stafford is a much better quality in terms of being thicker and smoother. Jockey white t's are a bit too thin and shrink (happened to mine). Was about to buy a 3 pack of Jockey's until I went over and looked at the back of my closet and found some shrunken down, thin Jockey t-shirts I had stopped wearing.

You are only paying $10 for 3 or $27 for 9 though here. I think for my Stafford I ended up paying like $40 for 3, and I hate spending a lot on t-shirts but this have been worth it. After a year+ of use and washing them every few days they are still thick, but lost a bit of it's smoothness.

Reviews for the Stafford:
http://www.jcpenney.com/dotcom/st...Id=16ab69b
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Quote from SerafinM View Post :
I have some Jockeys and Stafford white t shirts I bought from JCPenny at home and after looking at both I can hands down say Stafford is a much better quality in terms of being thicker and smoother. Jockey white t's are a bit too thin and shrink (happened to mine). Was about to buy a 3 pack of Jockey's until I went over and looked at the back of my closet and found some shrunken down, thin Jockey t-shirts I had stopped wearing.

You are only paying $10 for 3 or $27 for 9 though here. I think for my Stafford I ended up paying like $40 for 3, and I hate spending a lot on t-shirts but this have been worth it. After a year+ of use and washing them every few days they are still thick, but lost a bit of it's smoothness.

Reviews for the Stafford:
http://www.jcpenney.com/dotcom/st...Id=16ab69b
While I agree that Stafford are much better, I had $14 in ebay bucks. So....in for 3 bounce
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In for 3 as well, thanks for posting!
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Quote from matt00926 View Post :
V-neck is better, the point of an undershirt is for it to not show under the shirt you wear over it.
Naw, then you get called out for looking like Vin Diesel.

Quote from thedealbuddy View Post :
you can usually find equal or better deals in TJ Mazz or Marshalls. This is not a slick deal.
So odd that it would make front page and on fire then... FS alone makes it a better deal.
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Are these a little thick
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I haven't checked in quite awhile. Do the kirkland brand come in black?
I looked maybe a month ago, when I was looking to see if they carried A-shirts yet... The costco/kirkland shirts & underwear only come in white.

Also to the other poster..Nowadays stuff is so poorly made none that ive tried are super high quality, but Hanes & Kirkland is better than FOTL & decent at 6/$19.99. I've also tried us polo assn, Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren, etc.. from Ross, not worth the price difference to me..

At the same cost, ill give Jockey a try... I've bought their A shirts from eBay in the past & they weren't bad
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Quote from J03 View Post :
I haven't checked in quite awhile. Do the kirkland brand come in black?

I have never seen them in any of local Costcos in Black. Only in white and gray.
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Quote from drroone View Post :
you won't regret it i promise. These tees are amazingly soft on your body. #nohomo

Big Grin The Hanes ComfortBlend are quite soft and they actually stay white unlike other Hanes / Kirkland Signature <~~~ worst white tees I've bought
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Quote from matt00926 View Post :
V-neck is better, the point of an undershirt is for it to not show under the shirt you wear over it.
Not if you wear a tie.
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