What’s A Blunt Neck T-Shirt?

June 13, 2014 | By | 2 Replies More

Are you bored with the traditional crew neck and v-neck t-shirts?

Looking for an alternative that provides the style of the v-neckline but the added chest coverage of a crew neck t-shirt? Introducing the Blunt Neck T-shirt:

Brand new on the market is the Blunt Neck tee, which cleverly blends the classic crew and v-neck styles to create the first new t-shirt neckline option in decades.

With increased space around the neck without a deep “v” neckline, it can be worn alone or under a dress shirt, giving you maximum protection and comfort while ensuring the undershirt is not visible at the collar.

Made in the USA from the softest, most durable fabric made from bamboo, an eco-friendly material that is pesticide free, fertilizer free and antimicrobial.

Blunt Neck Clothing Company in Chicago, Illinois

blunt-neck-t-shirt-white-02Blunt Neck T-Shirt Details

  • Website: www.bluntneck.com
  • Price: Men’s $49.99, Women’s starting at $39.99
  • Colors: White, Black, Navy Blue, Smoke, Brick, Baby Blue, Black
  • Fabric: 70% Rayon Made From Bamboo, 30% Cotton
  • Care: Machine wash cold on gentle cycle, do not bleach, hang dry / dry flat
  • Other: Antimicrobial and antibacterial properties provides maximum odor control. Can be worn as an undershirt — blunt shaped collar line stays less visible

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Tug is the world's undershirt expert. He is also one of the most knowledgeable individuals on sweat management solutions, men's shapewear, grooming, and new fabric technologies. Got a question? Visit Tug's contact page and hit him up.

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  1. Ted

    says:

    That must be one hell of a t-shirt if you think it’s worth $50. You’re nuts.

    • Tug says:

      heya ted — yeah, that’s a pretty hefty price tag for any t-shirt, regardless of what fabric it’s made out of.

      that said, most outer apparel sold at non-discount/bulk retailers is generally overpriced. i just read an article about finding the perfect t-shirt, and some of the brands named in the article were selling their plain white “perfect” tees for over $100. crazy man.

      with this being a direct to consumer online shop, i think the only rationale for pricing it at $50 is them wanting it be considered a fashion-piece. idk.

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