Bad to the Phone Camo Skull Shirt

SKU # 12345

$22.00

  • Soft
  • Medium
  • Loud
  • XLoud
  • Xxtreme
Clear

Features

  • 100% Cotton
  • 50% Cotton
  • 50% Polyester
  • Ethically sourced
  • Cool design
  • For your mom

Reviews

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8 reviews for Bad to the Phone Camo Skull Shirt

  1. addsecure1

    The cotton feels durable but not thick. It’s a T-shirt with details you can think about or easily not have to. I also like Anatomica, an obscure buy from Japan. It’s tubular without side seams. The material is thick, and the thickness or texture of it makes me feel it’ll last a long time.

  2. addsecure1

    I only ever wear pocket tees — and Taylor Stitch makes great ones with a curved pocket hem. Most everything they produce is made in limited batches, and in the last year or so, they switched all their tees to be made entirely of upcycled cotton yarns and recycled polyester — so they save about 1,200 gallons of water per tee, and production only uses trace amounts of CO2, which is a huge plus. But it’s also hard to beat Everlane’s fit and price point.

  3. addsecure1

    A few summers ago, I bought a lightweight, slub cotton, V-neck T-shirt from Theory. It was kind of the perfect shirt. Over the course of that summer, I went back for more, until I had five or six of them. After hundreds of wearings and washings, they have been showing their age. But at about 75 bucks each, I was not excited about replacing them. And then Everlane came to the rescue with their Air T-shirt. I needed to try in person, to be sure I’d be happy with it as a replacement. I went to their Soho retail store and ended up buying eight shirts. I think the Theory version has nicer stitching and maybe a slightly better cut, but the Everlane shirt feels great, and at 22 bucks is a relative bargain.

  4. tuneyourhead

    A few summers ago, I bought a lightweight, slub cotton, V-neck T-shirt from Theory. It was kind of the perfect shirt. Over the course of that summer, I went back for more, until I had five or six of them. After hundreds of wearings and washings, they have been showing their age. But at about 75 bucks each, I was not excited about replacing them. And then Everlane came to the rescue with their Air T-shirt. I needed to try in person, to be sure I’d be happy with it as a replacement.

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