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T shirts, 100% cotton a must (and wet T contests)

Ladies, have you found 100% cotton Tshirts that are not men's? I gave up the search and bought men's Tshirts that are 100% and I'm already more comfortable!

Uh no.. I don't do wet Tshirt contests
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I don't do wet Tshirt contests
Nor do I!!!! I just watch!
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Re: T shirts, 100% cotton a must (and wet T contests)

I'm partial to the V-neck cap sleeve T-shirt. Most of the ones I own I bought at Target (pronounced tar-jay ). Every time I go there, I check their inventory. They are usually in the junior department and sizes range from S to XXL. The only men's T-shirts I own are used for painting, staining and varnishing and I got them as hand-me-downs from my son.
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Stretchy tops just don't "breeeeeeath" in hot humid weather.
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Re: T shirts, 100% cotton a must (and wet T contests)

Denise, have you tried the "wicking" t's. They're really comfortable on hot days and the prices have dropped quite a bit. The only problem it's really easy to get pulls in them.

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Yep, my wife buys everything two sizes larger for the boat.
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Stretchy tops just don't "breeeeeeath" in hot humid weather.
The one I have on in my avatar is a Target special. It's loose, pretty (I think) and comfortable. I'm long past stretchy tops.
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Re: T shirts, 100% cotton a must (and wet T contests)

Ya really gotta try google! I entered "women's cotton t shirts" and I got 855,000,000 results in 0.44 seconds.
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Yeah Irish but they all seem to have some somthing other then cotton in the "blend". Besides, who buys Tshirts online?
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Re: T shirts, 100% cotton a must (and wet T contests)

Denise, the "wicking" blends really can outperform cotton.

But I don' t understand what makes a t-shirt men's or lady's. Aren't the buttons all on the same side? :-)

I'd bet the usual culprits (LLBean and LandsEnd) have what you want, in many colors. Open a free LLBean VISA online, and if you don't like what you get, I think the return shipping is free too. Hard to beat that even if WalMart is way cheaper.
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Re: T shirts, 100% cotton a must (and wet T contests)

And I was all ready to squelch a Ladies of SailNet Wet T-Shirt thread.

Although, I am up for a SailNet Men Full Monty Calendar. Proceeds could go to charity of course.
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