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Solomon Kane (verified owner) –
I recommend these T-shirts. I am 5’8″ and 140″, I do not like tight T-shirts so I bought a large. I am happy with it, although I am sure that a medium would have worked as well.
I will compare the Gilden T-shirt with the Fruit of the Loom Platinum that you will see at Wal-Mart.
Pro – The Gilden appears to be better built and the sizing was consistent on the two T-shirts that came in the package. The neck was smaller, without being tight. I am guessing that fabric around the neck will not wrinkle up, unlike many Fruit of the Looms. There were no loose threads, unlike many Fruit of the Loom. Gilden has heavier fabric, which is better most of the year where I live (east Tennessee). I do not want a see-through T-shirt. Also, no one who sees me would want me wearing a see-through T-shirt.
Con – The Fruit of the Loom is much softer. Also, I think that the Gilden shrank significantly in the first wash. The shrinkage seemed to be in t in the shoulders and in the length. I would say that the T-shirt went from a large to a medium. It still fits but I had wanted a large T-shirt, not a medium. I washed the T-shirt in warm water with two minutes in the dryer on Energy-Saving. Gilden has a tag which is not as good as Fruit of the Loom (no tag). I cut the tag out without any problem and now the Gilden is fine. Gilden is slightly more expensive but both brands are inexpensive.
Neutral – Neither brand bleeds color. I have only washed the Gilden one time so I do not know whether it will fade. My Fruit of the Loom T-shirts fade but it takes many washes for that to occur.
I hope that this review is helpful to you.
Update – June 2, 2020. The Gildan T-shirts that I bought previously held up reasonably well for the money. They did not shrink after the initial shrinkage. They did not fade. However, they did not get softer. Also, my guess about the necks was wrong. The necks on several of the T-shirts got wrinkly and did not lay flat. Washing was on warm and drying was three minutes on energy saver. I recognize that I have owned the T-shirts for awhile and they have gotten some use.
I purchased some more Gildans to replace the ones that wore out. I have not washed them yet. I bought Galapagos Blue and Orange in Large size. Both are 100% cotton. The necks seem smaller than the Fruit of the Loom Platinums that I own. I like that because I have a small head so I don’t need a big neck. I am still 5’8″ and 140 pounds and the Large is comfortable for me. A medium would fit me better; however, I am expecting shrinkage and I like a looser-fitting T-shirt.
I will let you know how well the new Gildans do after washing in warm water and drying for three minutes on energy saving heat.
Notably, I have some old Fruit of the Loom T-shirts (like ten years or more) which are reasonably thick, reasonably soft, and still going strong after all this time. I wish that I had bought more of them.
June 10, 2020 – After one wash in warm water and three minutes in the dryer, the new Gildans did not shrink or fade. Also, the necks did not stretch. However, the T-shirts did not become softer. Therefore, three out of the four results were good and one result was neutral.
September 20, 2020 – After multiple washings in warm water and three minutes in the dryer on “energy saving”, the verdict is the same. Good – the T-shirts did not shrink or fade and the necks did not stretch. Bad – The T-shirts did not get any softer. One other note, the tags on the T-shirts would be very annoying to wear so cut the tags out.
November 22, 2020 – The first thing to go bad on these T-shirts has been that the necks have stretched. The stretching was not terrible but it is noticeable (at least to me). Nevertheless, I would give the T-shirts 4.5 stars. They do seem a little but softer or maybe I am getting more used to them. They do not feel scratchy to me. They have not faded or shrunk. I definitely like them better than the ultra thin Fruit of the Loom Platinum.
November 28, 2020 – I should have mentioned that I have purchased only Large-size T-shirts. I am happy that the sizing has been very consistent. I guess that the T-shirts are made in the same place or else Gildan has better quality control than Fruit of the Loom.
Karin (verified owner) –
My husband actually has T-shirts older than our college-age grandson. Some looked as if he was present and against the wall at the Valentine’s Day Massacre. I’ve slowly been trashing them as he brings them to be laundered and I was looking to replace some of his around-the house T-shirts. He likes them reasonably soft and medium weight. I sent off for a set of two of these and he really likes them. He wore them one right after the other, and the second they had went thru wash and dry cycle, he put them on again. Which made it appear that he’d been wearing the same shirt (after second wash) for six days. So, I sent off for 4 more in different colors and he actually scooped up the package and thanked me for getting them for him. He has never thanked me for buying him clothes! Do soak them in the sink in cold water to make sure the dye is not going to run first. So far shrinkage was minimum, but I am glad that I purchased on size up. This isn’t dress wear, but these T-shirts are really nice and he wears them almost everywhere he goes. The colors are great and they look pretty darn good.
craftsare4me (verified owner) –
These are nice, medium weight t-shirts, not the thin, cheap kind. They are a little small compared to his other brand t-shirts but the color is bright. My husband usually wears XL t-shirts but I bought in 2XL since they are 100% cotton and I expected some shrinkage with washing. They fit him OK before washing but were slightly short in the body. After washing, they fit still OK and there wasn’t any noticeable shrinkage. I washed in cold water to prevent bleeding of colors and excessive shrinking. I also pulled it out of the dryer after 10 minutes, while still damp, and hung it up in my laundry room to complete drying and prevent wrinkles. He is happy with the shirts and I will probably buy more in different colors for him.
Leeanne McQuestion (verified owner) –
I read several reviews before finally deciding to purchase these for my husband. My husband is very picky about his shirts, another review also specified that a picky husband loved these. These shirts are fine by quality and fit as you would expect but they are not a soft shirt at all, they are a rougher cotton and feel heavy to wear as a casual kick around the house shirt.
MD (verified owner) –
Used to be, ages ago before online shopping, that the big brands (Hanes, Fruit of the Loom) always made reliable t-shirts. Lately, not so much the case, and it seems to be more difficult to just find a comfortable, quality t-shirt that isn’t overpriced. I rely on these for sleeping, along with a comfy pair of shorts, but my aged t-shirts, from Champion, are wearing out, and I can’t find those anymore.
So, looking at t-shirts I’ve liked, that I’ve bought at sporting events or motorsports events, I noticed a lot of them were Gildan shirts, and all of them were comfortable and durable and fit well. That’s what led me to a search for that brand, and I found these.
Ordered them up, and, for an affordable price, they are terrific, and just like the ones for which I pay twenty five bucks or more, when buying emblazoned with a logo or whatever at an event kiosk, so, yup, the same outstanding shirts, just far less pricey. Now that I’ve tried these, I’m going to order up some more, and finally retire my old worn out t-shirts that have served me so well all these years.
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Unknown (verified owner) –
Great Shirt… Always subject to what the wife brings home I finally wanted to find something more my speed. This shirt is thicker than your typical T which is why I like. I am a throw it in the laundry and go type so I needed bigger so I could shrink it. I am 250 lbs and 5’11 with a beer gut. I got the 2x and it fit just a touch too big and after 1 wash it is perfect. After a few more washes I might have wished on a 3x but not sure yet. As of now they are perfect and am happy. Only thing that will change when I order more is color and possible size upgrade if it continues to shrink.
John (verified owner) –
While it isn’t necessarily true that you get what you pay for, this is definitely one of those cases. This T-shirts are cheap, in more than one way. The fabric is 100% cotton, but a coarse, rough cotton, and the cut is slightly awkward. The fabric is not especially thin, probably a little thicker than most shirts I’ve worn, but the seams fold over themselves more than most shirts. Overall lower in quality than the bulk Gildan shirts I’ve worn.
However, it’s not uncomfortable, and the sizing or the shape isn’t abnormal enough that it looks weird on me. Despite its flaws, it should considered decent as a value T-shirt, and is certainly acceptable for many people; however, those looking for good quality should consider more expensive options.
(Size purchased: medium; on a male height 5’9, weight 160 lb, fit is as expected)
whatithink (verified owner) –
I have purchased and worn Gildan cotton tee shirts for many years, decades really. These are disappointing. For specificity, I note these particular shirts were manufactured in Nicaragua, unlike Gildan shirts that I am happy with that were made in other countries.
I won’t make the mistake of buying Gildan shirts anymore unless I can inspect the garments in person first.
I purchased shirts in 3 different colors through two separate orders. I have the same reaction to all shirts in all colors.
FABRIC IS A BIT STIFF (award 4 stars): First the good things: Fabric quality is pretty good, though a bit stiffer-feeling than other Gildan tees I currently own. Take off 1 star for stiffness.
GOOD STITCHING (award 5 stars): All the sewing and stitching seem to be well executed.
VIBRANT COLOR( award 5 stars): The color is vibrant and seems durable after several washings already.
UNCOMFORTABLE TAGS IN BACK OF NECK (award 2 stars): The fabric tags at the back of the neck are irritating. I removed them from every shirt. Plus, they are long skinny tags sewn in along one short side, so they always stick up out the back of the neck if not removed.
SLEEVE AND WAIST HEMS ROLL UP (award 1 star): The hems on the sleeves and the waist roll up and stay up. They are hard to roll down. The more the shirts are laundered, the worse the rolling and staying rolled becomes. This makes the shirts a real chore to tuck in and unkempt looking at the sleeves when wearing.
GDawg (verified owner) –
I bought these to wear under a shirt or sweater with the neck showing.
The Good: They are long enough which is a problem for some colored T-shirts. The material is about average thickness. I have some nicer T-Shirts that are a bit thicker, but I’ve seen thinner material T-shirts too. The material is softness is about average. For the price, they’re decent thickness and soft enough. You’d have to spend much more money to get better.
The Bad: These fit weird. The sleeves flare out which I’ve never seen in a T-Shirt before. Also, the shoulders are too wide; the shoulder line is past my shoulder. I’ve never had this problem with any other T-Shirt ever. The neck is a bit loose. I was hoping from other reviews that the neck would lay flat. Though I’ve seen looser, I can’t say these lay flat.
Lance B. Sjogren (verified owner) –
I used to get St Johns Bay colored t shirts at Penneys which I wear as overshirts in the summer. There are two things I consider musts: No pocket (uncomfortable and useless) and 100% cotton. But lately they seem to only have 60% cotton 40% synthetic. It’s easy to get 100% cotton white t shirts in the underwear department, why don’t they use the same material for colored t shirts? I have no idea.
I have quite a few of the ones from Penneys but not all the colors I would like. So I got a couple of 2 packs of these to give them a try. Note that if you want 100% cotton you have to be careful to choose the colors that are indicated as being 100% cotton and not synthetic blend.
They do have labels, but not too big a deal just cut them off as other people have suggested. What concerned me more is that the cloth feels more coarse than that of the t shirts I am used to. The whole reason I only get 100% cotton is that I am especially sensitive to discomfort in my clothing. (it’s hell if I get a little fragment of a piece of popcorn under my t shirt)
But I was pleasantly surprised that these are virtually as comfortable as the all cotton T shirts I already have that use what I guess is a higher thread count material. In addition, the neck fits perfectly. The Penneys ones fit pretty well, but some didn’t quite feel like a perfect fit. Another point- they will probably get even a bit softer after they have been washed a few times. But one washing (I always wash new clothes before wearing) is enough for these to be comfortable.
As to shrinkage that some customers mentioned. I got medium just like the ones I got from Penneys. They may be just a tad bit tighter coming out of the dryer. However, pretty close to the same. I don’t find shirts comfortable if they are tight to my skin, so with T shirts, when I put one on, I always stretch it a bit with my hands so they don’t hug my stomach or arms. After doing this, the shirt fit just fine. And they should be even better after I lose a few pounds which I have got to do.
The other good thing about these is that they are cheap. They are fairly light weight but to me that’s a plus since I get them to wear in the hot season of the year.
So, bottom line, for me these are keepers. I will probably buy another 1 or 2 two-packs.
I was going to give these 4 stars but I am so picky and these meet so many of my finicky requirements that I figure they’ve earned 5 stars.
Ehimmelman (verified owner) –
We love these shirts. I’ve purchased so many for my husband over the years. They’re so comfortable and soft but still a nice thick cotton (my husband hates thin cotton shirts 😂). They wash nicely and don’t shrink much if at all. They’re great for using on Cricut projects (ironing on patches, vinyl etc). My husband buys a size large and he is 5’8-9 and weighs roughly 175 pounds and has a longer torso so he loves that this fully cover his mid section and doesn’t ride up as much as normal shirts do. Very happy with these shirts!
Vannie Kerr Jr (verified owner) –
I’m a die hard New York Yankees fan! But, this season, I have decided to support the New York Mets, too! So, I purchased a NY Mets hat, that I like and I found a dynamite NY Mets jacket, I will purchase before this summer’s over! However, I can’t find a decent “ROYAL BLUE”, NY Mets t-shirt, that I like, on Amazon! So, I decided on purchasing a bunch of “PLAIN”, “ROYAL BLUE”, t-shirts, from a brand that I know and trust, and it just so happens to be these t-shirts from, “GILDAN”, these are the, “BEST”, plain t-shirts being sold in America today and that’s without question! I love the color and I’m totally satisfied with the fit and the price! They can’t be beat and this is the “GO TO”, brand for t-shirts!
Nick Vendura (verified owner) –
These Gildan T-shirts are just the right fit for me. And, being a little on the “hefty” side, that’s not an easy task.
I buy the 3X sizes and they’re just right: not too tight, not too big. I would describe them as a little loose-fitting on me, but I prefer that. So, if you like a tight fit and you’re in between sizes, you may want to opt for the smaller size. Otherwise, they fit just fine. During this pandemic, I’ve spent more time than I care to admit in “PJs” as I now work from home, and I like these shirts so much that I’ve repurchased them several times in different colors. I really like that you can get so many different color combinations.
As for strength of materials, of all these shirts I’ve purchased (probably over 20), I’ve never had a shirt rip or tear. I’d definitely recommend these T-shirts. They do the job and at a reasonable price.
Kristin Hackl (verified owner) –
Purchased as a sleeping shirt for my husband. From other reviews, it was recommended that I order a larger size, which I did. They are very comfortable and he loves the fit!
James Sechrengost (verified owner) –
Size was correct. Shirt is soft and comfortable as you would expect of cotton. I will be buying more of these.
Erick C (verified owner) –
I’ve only had the shirts for about 6 months and both have shrunk and faded significantly. The neck collars have rolled up. I bought these Gildan Dry-blend shirts and the fit is much better, perfect thickness on the shirt itself: (https://www.amazon.com/Gildan-DryBlend-Workwear-T-Shirts-XX-Large/dp/B07CX3XMFT/ref=pd_yo_rr_rp_2/141-5517899-8468140?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B07CX3XMFT&pd_rd_r=51dfdb89-fe12-47f6-bec1-66f0dbc9851e&pd_rd_w=p22dQ&pd_rd_wg=Jt0Xi&pf_rd_p=5b2bffa6-877f-4dbd-a411-9578bf4fd009&pf_rd_r=8EMXACPZBHN110PMNXFN&psc=1&refRID=8EMXACPZBHN110PMNXFN). They also have a non-pocket version: (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07682FRBZ/?coliid=IAN1C6Q10TQF8&colid=1ZFIFIDGDAF4T&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it). Even the Gildan shirts that I got in a multi pack lasted much longer. If you’re a bigger man looking for long lasting undershirts, get the Dryblend shirts or 5 pack instead.
If you ever used Stafford undershirts from JCPenney then you’ll love these! I’ve searched everywhere for years for black midweight undershirts close to the ones JCPenney used to sell. And I am so glad I gave these from Gildan a shot! The fit is perfect and the shirts aren’t see through. They do a good job of hiding your skin! I bought a multipack of undershirts from Gildan but these are definitely thicker! They also last quite a while! No issues with armpit seams tearing of hems rolling up. Great for self-conscious Big & Tall men! I will definitely be ordering more!