Heather T Shirt
- Polyester Cotton Heathered Fabric
- Short Sleeve - Crew Neck Design
- Mid-Lightweight Fabric (Good on it's own in temperate climate, or layered in colder weather)
Bolter Men's Short Sleeve Polyester Cotton Heather Crewneck T-shirt
Step up your t-shirt game with our line of heather polyester spandex crewneck t-shirts for men. Lightweight enough to make you forget your wearing a t-shirt. Thick enough to be worn on it's own. Crewneck designed with a little extra room around the next so it's not cutting you off at the neck. Short sleeve design is a classic length. The fabrication is a 'heather' effect - which basically means you see multiple colors (rather than a flat 100% cotton t-shirt). It also has a softer hand feel than a typical cotton t-shirt because of the balanced blend with polyester. Whether you're looking for a plain basic tee or or just a new casual t-shirt for everyday wear - we're sure you'll love the soft feel and light weight of this fabric. You'll note that the polyester blended into this fabric will keep it from shrinking as much as a 100% cotton t-shirt will do.
Material & Fit
- Cotton - Polyester Blended Fabric
- Mid-Lightweight Fabric
- Heathered Look (2 Dimensional Look)
- 82% of Customers Say it Fits As Expected
- 14% Said it ran a little Small
- Soft to the Touch
- Good Length (Models are 6'-6'2" in Height)
- Standard Short Sleeve Length
- Slightly Larger Neck-Hole = Increased Comfort
Yes, but just a little. We have tested a 3-5% shrinkage in our Heather T-shirts. Compared to the Cotton T-shirts - the shrinkage in the Heather T-shirts is half or less. Some customers say they experienced 'no shrinkage at all'. However, there is still a little cotton in our Heather T-shirts, and therefore you should expect some (even if tiny) amount of shrinkage.
If you're looking at sizing and are right in between - we would still recommend to size up - as these have a fitted body - and the slight shrinkage may be more noticeable if you are in between sizes.
XL or XXL. But we would recommend taking your chest measurement and comparing it to our size chart.
If you're over 46" around the chest (or if your waist is over that amount) an XL will be tight. These t-shirts are cut straight from the underarm down to the hem. In which case (if you're at or over 46" around the chest/waist) -- then go for the XXL.