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Do you like American Apparel shirts or prefer the thicker Gildan or Fruit of the Loom?
I personally love my AA shirts, but then again the Gildan/FotL aren't bad...
I would have to choose AA though.
I am soon going to see what AA is like, I'll get back to you.
umm i like the AA better because there thinner but i dont mind the fotl ones either.
I don't really care about thickness one way or another. Super thin light-colored shirts are a pain, but eh. Whaddayagonnndoaboutit?
I like 100% cotton, though. That makes me happy.
I like how AA fits better.
but theres problems with both. threadless needs to switch to something new for both sexes
I like AA.
I like them. I don't like overly thick shirts. They're hard to layer :P I'm all about layering.
AA are softer i think.
i like them better.
AA i think feel better, but I too have no trouble with the others
I actually like the feel of the AA shirts better. I used to swear up and down that I would never buy an AA shirt, but I finally caved and bought some Selects, and I love them. However, I love the FoTL shirts too, and they are a bit easier to take care of than the AA shirts (I don't have to worry about shrinking them in the laundry).
AA are sooooo soft. - drooling -
i like the aa's because they are 100% cotton.
Love the cut and fit of the AAs. Don't much care about shirt thickness.
i like aa, but i dont like how inconsistent the sizes are
I probably wouldn't even bother wearing the shirts if the girly sizes weren't printed on AA. I'd only order it if the design was amazing...
AA all the way.
i like AA a lot..
jwalsh, fotl has just as bad, maybe worse, inconsistencies within sizes. each color can be a different size length, width, etc. ive even gotten two shirts of the same color that fit differently
yeah i like the way AA fits me but their sizing is inconsistent.
however, the no sweatshop thing is cool (even if the ceo is a sex addict), theres lotsa colors and they dont fade much.
i always order large though, even though im more of a medium, i like my shirts a little baggy.
AA fits perfectly. Why can't the other companies make sleeves like that?
AA only fits perfectly about 1/3 of the time.
plus teh annoying shrinkage factor
aaah. got cut off.
100% cotton=love, shrinkage=:(