All things considered, this is an excellent t-shirt with a true "tall tee" fit, and a progressive design perfect for layering, or wearing under outerwear.It's affordable, durable, and it comes in nearly every color imaginable.If you dig the logo, wanna support a dope company, cop the f up.
Hmmm....not quite sure what this refers to. It breathes, it's comfortable, and it functions like any other quality t-shirt I've ever owned. The material is of a high quality, and is "heavy". This shirt is not at all a cheap thin piece of cotton that you would find at Walmart. The collar in particular, fits perfecty...plus it's "heavy duty"—no way in hell it's going to stretch and look worn out. I hate that.
I absolutely love the design. The Level 1 logo is phenomenal, and the sizing on the shirt is just right. It's a rather large graphic, and definitely demands attention. New to this year's tall tee is the addition of a smaller repeating/wrap around Level 1 logo that runs from the middle of the front of the shirt, to the left and around to the middle of the back. This detail is especially nice and appears to have people who intend to wear it under a ski jacket in mind, as the Level 1 logo is visible if you're layering the shirt under your outerwear—brilliant. It comes in a number of colors, definitely something for everyone. I went with Kelly Green as I'm Irish and I have red hair; it was a no brainer.
At $20.95 before shipping, the shirt is a steal. It also came with two die-cut stickers.
The fit is absolutely exceptional. It is truly a TALL tee, as in the width of the shirt is traditional, yet the length is significantly longer than what you find in a normal fitting shirt. The sleeves are also appropriately long, the hem lands just below the crease of my elbow. I think the fit is crucial to this shirt, as so many "tall tees" aren't really "tall" as much as they are simply BIG. I personally can't stand that boxy look that traditionally cut big shirts have; this shirt is anything but. I'm 6'1" and 200lbs. I purchased the shirt in XXL as I was looking for a relatively "conservative" fit (I'm 25...no dresses for me), but I believe the shirt is printed up to 6XL. The hem of the shirt hits me mid-thigh, and I succeeded in stretching both the overall length, and the length of the sleeves to suit my taste.
Washed twice (not dried), and the logo hasn't cracked or faded in the slightest. I wore it while riding in a Rail jam over the weekend, and it survived unscathed despite the fact that I busted my ass over and over.