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Discover what the internet is saying about TallSlim Tees.
Upgraded Reviews scanned the web to find out what real users are saying about TallSlim Tees.
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“They even have their own special sizes.”
“The shirt is soft and comfortable and looks great.”
“The Tall Slim Tees fit all over without being too tight.”
“After washing, result was amazing.”
“TST t-shirts aren’t merely scaled up standard shirts, but have gone through 7 design iterations to be optimized specifically for thin men from 6’2″ to 6’9″.”
“They designed custom t-shirt customized specifically for tall, lean men.”
“TST t-shirt is softer and just feels like it’s better quality.”
“They plan to launch more sizes this year as well as getting into long sleeve shirts.”
“The material is great and the length is amazing.”
“The men in your life will feel more comfortable and confident knowing they have the perfect fit.”
“It is 50-50 polyester and cotton.”
“TST t-shirt is a bit more expensive at $20.”
Read the summaries of what reviewers think about TallSlim Tees below.
“It is a company that specializes in making short and long sleeve shirts for tall men who fare on the lankier side of things. Upon opening the packaging, the first thing I noticed was the snuggly softness of the fabric. So soft. So comfortable. The initial try on yielded pleasant results. The fit seemed a bit snug, but the fit was lovely.”
“TST t-shirts aren’t merely scaled up standard shirts, but have gone through 7 design iterations to be optimized specifically for thin men from 6’2″ to 6’9″.It is a bit more expensive at $20 but is softer and just feels like it’s better quality.”
“TallSlim Tees was founded in 2014 by Dan Deceuster after years of personal frustration with t-shirt sizes. Brands with tall sizes only added a little extra length to their shirts. Big and tall sizes were plenty long but far too big everywhere else. He decided to do something about it and designed a custom t-shirt customized specifically for tall, lean men.”