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Oversized

My medium sized shirt has a 46 inch chest. This didn't bother me until I lost weight and started pumping iron. Now it looks like a big, beautiful sack! I still like it, but I don't wear it.

edwardBe

California gold rush country

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Beautiful, Thin and Giant

Beautiful colors in a striking pattern. As with many Territory Ahead shirts, the colors aren't printed but actually woven into the shirt. The red, gold and black woven through the white are even more striking given the gradually busy grid. You'll lose yourself as you follow the wide open lines to their frenzied clusters at the hems. The problem is the shirt is huge, even as a medium. If I were to compare it to other shirts I've owned, the ""medium"" would easily equate to an XL. Granted, TA isn't known for selling tailored fits (that's changing!), but this is so boxy big it's a bit ridiculous-- the torso is huge, the sleeves are huge, and everything's long. Furthermore, as beautiful and light as the fabric is, it's also quite see through. And since this sheer fabric is white, if you have chest hair or, well, nipples, expect that to be faintly or totally visible, unless you're wearing an undershirt of some sort. Fortunately, the shirt's fabric is thin enough to layer over a t-shirt even in warmer weather, and that's even recommended since this shirt will go great with a variety of t-shirt colors and make the contrast pop even more. I'm looking forward to wearing it over a long sleeved t-shirt in the winter, when I might not mind the boxiness as much.

Denoah