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12-Pack Fruit of the Loom Men's Dual Defense V-Neck T-Shirts (White) EXPIRED

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Walmart.com as select 12-Pack Men's Fruit of the Loom Undershirts (Various Styles) on sale from $9.49. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. Thanks weikewl, kimmin13, Nortarchy, and mkiv [discuss]

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Normal price is $29 but it's coming up as $15. Same price for the 12 vs 6 pack so maybe a m-stake?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Fruit-...ected=true
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The Crew Neck ones are $9.49 for 12-pack.

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I know I can't speak for everyone, but I think many of us need a cheap UNDER-shirt to absorb sweat and deodorant stains which protect our nice button-downs from such abuse. Also, if your skin is a darker shade, wearing white undershirts allows the true color of your outside shirt to stand out (kind of how primer works when painting).
The 3 for $20 tees you speak of may last long but are probably of a higher quality and not what some of us would spend money on if we just need a cheapie to go underneath our regular shirts. The Lauren tees can probably be worn alone if they are thicker whereas these cheapies only work as undershirts. I have a few Hanes that I would never wear alone in public; they are used strictly underneath other shirts.
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The Crew Neck ones are $9.49 for 12-pack.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Fruit-...ected=true
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A-Shirts are $14.98 for a 12 pack as well
Fruit of the Loom Men's 6+6 Bonus Pack Dual Defense White A-Shirts

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Fruit-o.../400365381
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I wish someone would sell grey colored in these. All I see is white and black.
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The Crew Neck ones are $9.49 for 12-pack.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Fruit-...ected=true
Any deals on black ones?
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I wish someone would sell grey colored in these. All I see is white and black.
Where are the black shirts.
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Any XXL V neck deals?
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I like the Costco Kirkland brand because the material is thick. I've had Fruit of the Loom tshirts years ago.....really thin material. Is it any better now? If not, maybe I can use them for waxing the car!
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I like the Costco Kirkland brand because the material is thick. I've had Fruit of the Loom tshirts years ago.....really thin material. Is it any better now? If not, maybe I can use them for waxing the car!
For Houston with hot summer, I prefer thin fabric.
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Can anyone comment on the fit of these shirts? Are they longer or are they wider?
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For Houston with hot summer, I prefer thin fabric.
If you are only wearing this shirt outside in the sun you might to think about UV protection from a thicker shirt.
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How are you getting the price to $9.50 at Target? I just see $14.99.
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