Those in the market for a new tee might want to shift their attention away from the hermetically sealed family-pack and toward Freenote’s high-quality upgrade. Each shirt is made from a hardy, all-cotton 10oz. Japanese jersey knit fabric and comes pre-shrunk, so you don’t have to baby it when laundry day comes around. Each shirt also comes pre-pocketed with a handy chest pocket that’s kept in place with Freenote’s signature angled bar tacks.
The plain Jane natural white tee and the all-out striped version are both priced to the tune of $100. But, if you want the best of both worlds and want to go halfsies on the two, the long-sleeve hybrid can be had for $120.
Available for $100-$120 at Freenote.