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12-Pack Men's Hanes FreshIQ ComfortBlend Tagless Crew T-Shirt (White) EXPIRED

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Designed w/ preshrunk cotton for a great fit & FreshIQ advance odor protection. Roughly $1.33/shirt. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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Walmart has a 12-pack of Hanes men's undershirts (crew neck) for $16 -- that's $1.33/shirt. Free pickup where available or free shipping if you hit $35.

Men's Extreme Value FreshIQ ComfortBlend 12 Pack White Tagless Crew T-Shirt

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I wear a size L shirt, I bought these in XL and they were like crop tops after two washes, don't waste your money.
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I've been buying these for like 18 years. They're cheap, disposable under shirts that I occasionally wear by itself. They're thin, and you can definitely tell the difference between them and say a $6-7 Dickies white tee, but these are $2 undershirts or less.

For me, they're the perfect undershirt. I rotate new ones every 8-12 months, and they become rags after the white starts to turn too dull.

They do shrink significantly length and probably width wise after the first 2-3 washes, but after shrinking they fit perfectly for me. I already have 15 shirts for my next rotation, but maybe I'll look into these. They a little less than 50% off and I need to do a rotation soon. I usually wait for bonus 7-8 pack shirts for $14-15.

P.S. Fruit of a Loom sucks. Bought those once and hated them. I'm not tall, and the shirts were annoyingly short after a few washes.
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Gotta say that I hadn't bought under shirts like this in years or had a need to wear them in years and when I did had started wearing some probably ten year old ones I had that had been barely used. When I did need to replace them and bought these it was shocking how thin and cheap they had become for how much they still cost. Had two develop decent sized holes right in the middle of the fabric by the second or third wear. Unless you're sweating through them so fast you're constantly replacing them I would really recommend looking at another brand like Gildan or a higher end Hanes that's a thicker fabric.

Still a good price for what it is though.
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FreshIQ is really nice. Slick price!
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do these get bacon collar?
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These shrink like five sizes the first time you wash them.
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"Soft" = flimsy. Cheap is a one good thing. But it's just what you pay for.
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Gotta say that I hadn't bought under shirts like this in years or had a need to wear them in years and when I did had started wearing some probably ten year old ones I had that had been barely used. When I did need to replace them and bought these it was shocking how thin and cheap they had become for how much they still cost. Had two develop decent sized holes right in the middle of the fabric by the second or third wear. Unless you're sweating through them so fast you're constantly replacing them I would really recommend looking at another brand like Gildan or a higher end Hanes that's a thicker fabric.

Still a good price for what it is though.
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These shrink like five sizes the first time you wash them.
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I wear a size L shirt, I bought these in XL and they were like crop tops after two washes, don't waste your money.
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do these get bacon collar?
I am using them for last 6 months and they are still good.
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do these get bacon collar?
Use Downey bro 😂
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These are 💩
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I wear a size L shirt, I bought these in XL and they were like crop tops after two washes, don't waste your money.
Agreed. They shrink alot. Get at least 2 sizes larger than what you normally wear.
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Gotta say that I hadn't bought under shirts like this in years or had a need to wear them in years and when I did had started wearing some probably ten year old ones I had that had been barely used. When I did need to replace them and bought these it was shocking how thin and cheap they had become for how much they still cost. Had two develop decent sized holes right in the middle of the fabric by the second or third wear. Unless you're sweating through them so fast you're constantly replacing them I would really recommend looking at another brand like Gildan or a higher end Hanes that's a thicker fabric.

Still a good price for what it is though.
Same here. I cant believe how crappy tshirts and socks have become in the past couple years.
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As mentioned in a review on the Walmart site, and as seen in the pictures of the item, these are Hanes "ComfortSoft" shirts, not ComfortBlend.

As best as I can tell, that means they're 100% cotton, rather than a cotton/poly blend.
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I've been buying these for like 18 years. They're cheap, disposable under shirts that I occasionally wear by itself. They're thin, and you can definitely tell the difference between them and say a $6-7 Dickies white tee, but these are $2 undershirts or less.

For me, they're the perfect undershirt. I rotate new ones every 8-12 months, and they become rags after the white starts to turn too dull.

They do shrink significantly length and probably width wise after the first 2-3 washes, but after shrinking they fit perfectly for me. I already have 15 shirts for my next rotation, but maybe I'll look into these. They a little less than 50% off and I need to do a rotation soon. I usually wait for bonus 7-8 pack shirts for $14-15.

P.S. Fruit of a Loom sucks. Bought those once and hated them. I'm not tall, and the shirts were annoyingly short after a few washes.
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