White T-Shirt Photo Series: Coopers T-shirts by Jockey

guest-postIf any of you have had the chance to own and wear Coopers t-shirts, you will know about the great high quality t-shirts which are at the top of Jockey’s long line of fine men’s t-shirts and underwear.

Cooper was the original name of the underwear company that then became Jockey around 1934.

The first time I bought a Coopers t-shirt and I put it on I could feel and see the quality. The Coopers t-shirt is marketed not only as an undershirt but also as a shirt to be worn on its own. The Coopers t-shirt worn alone or with a blazer, sweater or vest looks great.

When you go to the Coopers website, http://coopersbyjockey.com, it says that Coopers t-shirts are only sold at Nordstrom and Dillard stores. Recently I checked at our Nordstrom in Minneapolis they informed me that they do not sell Coopers anymore. I hope Jockey will make the Coopers line available again and also available from the Coopers and Jockey websites.

I would like to find out if any of our readers have seen Coopers t-shirts and are able to purchase them. If you can purchase them would you please respond to this article in the comments section below and let me know.

The photos with models wearing Coopers t-shirts feature the Small size stretch style with the new contemporary thinner neckline. For myself I prefer the traditional style with the larger neckline.

Submitted by Paul Nixdorf

Coopers White Crew Neck T-Shirt 1 Coopers White Crew Neck T-Shirt 2  Coopers White Crew Neck T-Shirt Close-up 1 Coopers White Crew Neck T-Shirt Close Up 2 Coopers White Crew Neck T-Shirt 3

4 thoughts on “White T-Shirt Photo Series: Coopers T-shirts by Jockey”

  1. Best shirts ever can’t find them anymore love the v necks in black.. Only shirt that actually fits perfectly not to tight but fitted, sits half way down arms not too short or too long

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  2. In 2014 I began to see Coopers showing up at the local TJ Maxx and Marshall stores. I picked up several shirts at that time. Since both stores deal with close-outs it may have been the sign that Coopers were being discontinued. I wish Jockey would let us know.

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