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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Materials may differ from description! I ordered 9 of these shirts from Kohls.com in various colors (size S). 4 of them were 57% cotton, 38% polyester and 5% Spandex. 5 of them were 96% cotton and 4% Spandex. I haven't washed them yet but I'm guessing that the ones with polyester will be more "wrinkle free" than the ones that are almost all cotton. Hopefully, the polyester doesn't make the shirts uncomfortably warm (which polyester often does). I had purchased 2 a few months ago that were the 96% cotton and they tend to look a bit wrinkled after washing. SO, if you're expecting "cotton/spandex" as the Kohl's website describes, you MAY get some other material.
Date published: 2016-08-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from STRANGE fitting shirt, buy Croft & Barrow instead The fit on these shirts is just crazy. I've tried these shirts 3 times in the last couple years and they are consistently sized/shaped in a bizarre way. 1) They are at least one size to small overall, 2) The short sleeves are micro sleeves like on a woman's shirt, 3) The sleeves are extra tight for what little there is. 4) Tight neck. Even my wife agrees that these Apt.9 t-shirts are just not right. In contrast the Croft & Barrow t-shirts are nice quality and fit right. Pass on these Apt.9 shirts and get the Croft & Barrow shirts at Kohl's instead.
Date published: 2017-07-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Who picks your colors? I used to buy tons of these shirts to wear at work, they are light weight and fit me fairly well. The last batch I bought have finally wore out, and I come back to place another order, only to find the colors I used to order have been replaced by Easter looking pastels... What happened to blue? I would recommend adding a few "manly" colors into the mix, other than black or white...
Date published: 2017-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Modern fit for today's world I own many APT 9 shirts from polos, V-necks to these crewnecks and just ordered 18 more of the crewneck. The world is filled with men wearing T-shirts. I've noticed that 90% of men wearing T's do not have a proper fitting shirt. To fit, the shoulder line must fit the shoulders and not droop way down over the shoulder. The problem is that 80% of the men in the USA are over weight and if the shoulders fit the rest of the body looks like a tight sausage. Since the APT 9 shirt body extends a little wider than the shoulder line it gives a roomier fit on the torso while fitting nicely on the shoulders but doesn't look like you are wearing a sloppy tent to cover up your jelly rolls if you have them. The fit looks nice on an athletic body as well especially such as with wide lats. I was so tired of the sleeves on other T's coming down nearly to the elbows and sleeves big enough to put a leg in. These APT 9 shirts have a short snug sleeve fit enhancing that masculine male muscled bicep and tricep and even if one is short on muscle at least it doesn't make the sleeve look like it is surrounding a pencil. aha The material no mater what the cotton/spandex ratio is soft and feels wonderful. Shrinkage is very minimal in all the fabric blends. Color stays true wash after wash with very little fading. As far as shirt length it is the same as the other major brands I own which unfortunately for me is too long at 5' 7" stature. But to fit a wide variety of heights in people this is the norm. The truth is that with an athletic build any T looks good as well as the APT9 with roomier torso. But the APT 9 looks very nice on men who may not look so nice in a T that actually fits in the shoulders in other brands. JMHO.
Date published: 2017-07-31
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