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Beware tall sizes - some are, some aren't.
Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2018
I have another shirt exactly like the 2XLT that I ordered, except for the color. The first was black, this one was blue. As soon as I opened it I saw that there was a paper tag sewn on the label area that said "2XLT". However, the other shirt I have has the size screen-printed onto the shirt, so I knew something seemed funny. And when I put it on, it was way too short.
Seems to me the company is trying to pass of regular shirts as tall ones. Why else would they sew on a tag, unlike the other one that I have? See the pictures attached - I put both shirts on the same hanger and hung them up, and the difference in length is obvious. Also see the tag area, where the black shirt has the correct "2XLT" screen-printed, whereas the blue one has no screen-print and you can see where the paper tag was (I tore it off as I didn't want it to rub against my neck - who would?) - you can see the tear.
So beware of tall sizes, and if you order one of these, BE SURE that it's a Prime color so you can return it if they try to pull a fast one on you in terms of a non-Tall shirt being passed off as one.
REVISED 3/26/18: I ordered a third shirt in dark grey to see if I had received a "dud" for some reason with respect to the blue one. This time, the dark grey ALSO had a "2XLT" paper tag sewn on - but it actually WAS 2XLT (when held up against the black one w/the screen-printed tag). So at this point, the overall comment stands: beware of the size, some are, some aren't. You'll just have to spin the wheel/roll the dice and hope you get what you ordered. I don't know why the company does this - just BE HONEST - the shirts are great when they fit.