Gildan Men’s Crew T-Shirts, Multipack, Style G1100

(5 customer reviews)

19.00 $

  • Solids: 100% Cotton; Sport Grey: 90% Cotton, 10% Polyester
  • Imported
  • Pull On closure
  • Machine Wash
  • Moisture wicking keeps you cool and dry
  • Taped neck and shoulders for durability; Tubular rib collar for better stretch and recovery
  • Feels soft to the touch; Tag free; Lays flat
  • 5 Pack = S, M, XL; 4 pack = 2X (Colors may vary)

Product Description

Gildan is one of the world’s largest vertically integrated manufacturers of apparel and socks. Gildan uses cotton grown in the USA, which represents the best combination of quality and value for Gildan’s cotton and cotton blended products. Since 2009, Gildan has proudly displayed the Cotton USA mark, licensed by Cotton Council International, on consumer’s product packaging and shipping materials. Gildan’s environmental program accomplishes two core objectives: Reduce our environmental impact and preserve the natural resources being used in our manufacturing process. At all operating levels, Gildan is aware of the fact that we operate as a part of a greater unit: The environment in which we live and work.

Product details

  • Item model number ‏ : ‎ GIL1100
  • Department ‏ : ‎ Mens
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ June 23, 2022
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Gildan
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B0B5M2J2KJ
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5 reviews for Gildan Men’s Crew T-Shirts, Multipack, Style G1100

  1. Anthony

    Exactly what I wanted, a white tee that I could wear without the undershirt feel.

  2. Ray

    Few items to note here. First the cost of these shirts are super cheap so I expected them to not be the greatest quality or to last a super long time either. Figured I would buy these for an upcoming vacation and if they lasted after that, it would be a bonus. Two of the four shirts were not even stitched at the sleeve and one had some threads that if pulled would pull apart the collar stitches. There is a difference being of cheaper quality and not even assembling your product properly to sell. With only one good shirt in the bunch, the deal for 15.00 for four shirts really is 15 for one wearable shirt. Beware as you will get what you pay for here.

  3. Sean

    This set of shirts was pretty affordable and had different colors, making it a must buy for me since I wanted to replace a good portion of my undershirts. Arrived today and I put one one. Fit nice, material was nice, but straight out of the package, one shirt has a very noticeable hole in the shoulder seam. Not entirely sure what happened but I hope the seller contacts me and resolves this.

  4. Blind Faith 99

    So the price was right. Hard to complain when it’s $2 a shirt. As it turns out, that’s about what they’re worth. First thing I noticed was that they’re short and wide. They’re not tapered as suggested in the description and pictures. It’s a one-size-fits-all design. That can really be seen in the neck opening. For the Large size that I got, it’s a whopping 11.5 inches in diameter. That means for normal men, it will sit low, causing a lot of neck and back to be exposed, and also, the neckline will be really loose. For comparison, my Jockey t-shirts are 8.5 to 10 inches, and a couple that I got at Target (Merona) are 9 inches. To make matters worse, after one wash, the material along the neckline curled badly. An oversized neck opening with a curled rim is NOT a good look. The shirts are simply unwearable in public. So all 6 immediately go into the rag drawer and I’ll use them for painting or other messy jobs where it’s okay if the shirt gets ruined. No idea why these shirts are getting good reviews.

  5. Jon Brooks

    My minor complaint is that the arm holes and girth around the belly is ever so slightly larger than the Hanes, which are also too large. My arms are not small, and there is so much material in the arms that they flare out and minimize the appearance of my physique. The length could be just a tad longer too (perhaps half an inch). I realize these are undershirts and wear them as such, but I would prefer that they were more form-fitting. I realize they are necessarily made larger to accommodate heavier guys (I’m 190lbs), but they just aren’t quite what I was hoping to get.

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