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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?

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How are you getting the price to $9.50 at Target? I just see $14.99.
As it is at Walmart for A Shirts.
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And XXL V neck deals
I'm always looking for XXL V neck deals. Do you see any here? I can't tell if you are asking a question or stating you found an XXL deal.
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... they have only upto XL size.
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$9.48 Crew L and M oos at Walmart
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Thanks. Purchased x-large 12 pack for $9.49. Used to own L but experience shrinking after several washes.
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Seems to never be available in the larger sizes for us bigger boyz!
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You got the last one. Taken right from my cart!!!
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Thanks. Purchased x-large 12 pack for $9.49. Used to own L but experience shrinking after several washes.
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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!
Really, really thin material. These don't last long.
I prefer Gaps (very long lasting even if they are thinner ones, like the Old Navy ones) or just get 3 for $20 Polo Ralph Lauren ones when they go on sale, they last years and years.
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Great deal!!!
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You don't understand, these men are buying them for wet T-shirt contest.


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Really, really thin material. These don't last long.
I prefer Gaps (very long lasting even if they are thinner ones, like the Old Navy ones) or just get 3 for $20 Polo Ralph Lauren ones when they go on sale, they last years and years.
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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!
I like the thin shirt as undershirt when i wear shirt and tie. I also like the Kirkland one too because it is thicker, but i wear it as a t shirt with jeans. However, my kirkland shirts dont seem to last very long as they kinda grey after a few washes and the neck gets deformed.
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$9.48 Crew L and M oos at Walmart
Once you choose a size, it showed me available. I think the website by default shows out of stock if any one size is out of stock.
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Today I learned "wife beaters" are called A shirts.
I wonder why they didn't just default to "tank top"?
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