Military Army PT T-Shirt (A020B)
Solid ARMY letter print PT T-shirt. It's a heavy duty cotton tee with a nice soft hand feel. Customers love our t-shirts because the collar keeps its shape overtime without stretching out or sagging. It's regular fit for superior comfort, classic Crew Neck sits snug around neck. Please Note This is not an official U.S. Army APFU.
- Heavy Weight Crewneck T-Shirts
- Machine Wash Cold, Tumble dry low, Do Not Bleach
- Ribbed knit collar made with Lycra maintains tightness and shape, wash after wash. This t-shirts has a tight neck fit.
- 20 single, 6.5 oz. Heavyweight | This t-shirt is constructed with a durable, heavy-duty 100% cotton. A heavyweight t-shirt is one that weighs more than 6 ounces. Its heavier weight comes from its thicker material.
📐 SIZE + FIT
- Regular fit
|Bust (Range)||Shoulder||Back Length|
*all measurements are in inches and are to be used as a guideline only
- BLACK 100% Cotton
👀 Why Would You Want to Wear a Heavier T-Shirt?
You might assume that heavier automatically means rougher or less soft, but that’s not necessarily the case. The right heavy t-shirt will still really soft, and it can achieve some things for you that a standard weight t-shirt doesn’t.
A more structured fit. Since the fabric of these shirts is significantly heavier, they also have a sturdier, more structured fit. Really soft shirts like polyester/cotton blends or tri-blends tend to be kind of wavy and flimsy looking around the edges, whereas heavyweight t-shirts maintain sharper lines and a more structured overall fit while still not looking boxy.
Neither is better than the other –– it’s simply a preference thing. But if this sounds like the specific look you’re going for, we definitely recommend checking out a heavy t-shirt.
Great for layering. The thicker fabric on heavier t-shirts makes them really versatile and great for layering. Since they’re heavier, they’re inherently going to be a little bit warmer. This makes the heavy tee more comfortable to wear during Fall, Winter, and even early Spring. It pairs just as well underneath a jacket as it does on its own.
Lasts extra extra long. Since heavier t-shirts are made with a more weighty fabric, they’re probably going to last longer than standard t-shirts before they start to tear or get holes in them.