What size sweatshirt would you buy?


  • Pablo - 9 years ago

    Can l change my vote?

  • Peter Stoffel - 9 years ago

    Tall sizes would be appreciated. I am 6'7" and thin like Chris. If you don't offer a tall size then I won't buy one, even though they are cool. It just won't fit me well...


  • Jack in TN - 9 years ago

    I said 2X but 3X fits better.

  • LL - 9 years ago

    Sizing is not standard so this poll is limited in value. Please report how many inches around, how long, and how long the sleeves are for each size sweatshirt you are going to sell and then you will receive useful responses. (And, the material of the product as that will affect the size choice) :-) Thanks!

  • Henry Garrison - 9 years ago

    100% cotton please, polyester crawls all over me

  • Tim - 9 years ago

    That's 'any chance?'

  • Tim - 9 years ago

    I'm 2xlt, any chance.

  • David Rivers - 9 years ago

    I am a sweat shirt nutball. People chronically order too small sweatshirts. Remember kids, sweatshirts shrink. You don't want it too small 'cause it will not do it's air trapping job and keep you warm. Thank you, that is all.

  • MARK STONE - 9 years ago

    Please only do 100% cotton fleece. Polyester is not healthy for some people.

  • Tom H - 9 years ago

    I'm getting the impression that you have a "hefty" and largely (sorry) tall group of supporters including me at a 2x but could use a 2XT. Good luck with this.

  • Terry - 9 years ago

    I would vote for a 3XLT if I was able to

  • Tom Stork - 9 years ago

    Another in need of XLT - you have a tall fan base!

  • Jerry Olson - 9 years ago

    3XL for an aging "expanded" boomer.

  • Mike Zilis - 9 years ago

    I would need a 5 XLT - I'm both big and tall.

  • Dave Jeske - 9 years ago

    Another vote for XL TALL or L Tall option

  • Clark Schoonover - 9 years ago

    I vote for 2XL undertall

  • Wayne Precht - 9 years ago

    OMG, Not all of us are mid-western bean poles. How about a 4X?

  • Steve bell - 9 years ago

    Another vote for XL tall

  • Alex Demkovich - 9 years ago

    I would like to see an XL tall option as well.

  • Jared Robinson - 9 years ago

    One more vote for a Tall option, specifically 2XLT.

  • Joseph Cook - 9 years ago

    Another vote for tall size. 2XLT would be nice, wouldn't have to pretend I wear my sleeves scrunched up to my elbows by choice alone. 100% cotton? I know those get spendy but they are sooo comfy; 95/5 isn't too bad though.

  • KD - 9 years ago

    A vote for RTWP...

  • Johnny Fever - 9 years ago

    2XL at least lets me wear it after the first couple of washings.
    Would prefer a pull over to a zipper. Keep it simple with less machinery.

  • Brian Dormer - 9 years ago

    Another vote for "Big & Tall" (or Tall & Fat - depending on your point of view) - I can MAYBE wear a 2XLT - but a 3XLT for a jacket will work much better.

  • Robert Johnson - 9 years ago

    Please offer tall sizes, in large especially.

  • John - 9 years ago

    +1 on the Tall request

  • jim chitko - 9 years ago

    Need tall I MAY GET BY WITH A 3X

  • Robert Gammage - 9 years ago

    Another vote for Tall-Sizes. Ole Long-arms ought to be in this camp hisself.

  • Doug Reynolds - 9 years ago

    Agree with the need for "Tall" so as to avoid my cute plumbers butt.

  • John Jarosz - 9 years ago

    +1 for tall sizes. I can't order any shirt unless they are tall

  • joe - 9 years ago

    must remember that when worn over another shirt or T-shirt, room must be allowed, plus, as a previous poster stated allowances must be made for "shrinkage". or else it will just pend it's time in a drawer (or on a hanger) after a few washings.

  • Ken Wesenberg - 9 years ago

    It would be nice for tall sizes, depending on shrinkage, they become too small

  • Mike O'Brien - 9 years ago

    Agree with above comments about "real" sizes. Large is normally 42-44 in men's. Is that true for these?

  • Jason - 9 years ago

    I normally wear a large but I've noticed most larges are closer to medium these days. If the sweatshirts are from American apparel they tend to run about 2 sizes small (hipsters are a skinny lot). Others run better, but are swinging to the smaller side. I'd also like to know the brand so I can give some useful, informed feedback in the poll.

  • hw - 9 years ago

    Sizing varies a lot between brands, would you indicate the brand so that we can check their listed measurements/ indicate our size from experience?

  • John callaway - 9 years ago

    If they run kinda small I may would need a 2xl

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