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    I actually picked up some at Macy's called "American Rag". Very good fit and the material feels nice (not too thick, not too thin) plus there are a few colors that have this different weave in them that really make them stand out. JMHO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkvader View Post
    Calvin Klein has the best v necks hands down, try them u wont be disapointed.
    Calvin Klein's v-necks are the only ones I wear. I've tried many brands but nothing beats the fit and quality of theirs.

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    J. Crew beats all as far as V necks go

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowhunter314 View Post
    How about Banana Republic? I have some of their cotton plain tees and they hold up extremely well and are of thick good-quality cotton. They feel good and quality is just amazing.

    Been wearing them for years the simple plain V neck I have about 30 of them only white

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    I have the Vurt v-necks from PacSun for around town or around the house and Lacoste when I want to look a little nicer. Both are great.

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    American Apparel or Alternative Apparel. Yes they only last about 2 wears before going completely out of shape but they are the best. If they don't fit your arms you should hit the weights or get fatter.

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    Geoffrey Beene are my fav not so thin and not heavy.

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    James Perse or Uniqlo.

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    I too am a big fan of plain v neck.

    Quote Originally Posted by shadowhunter314 View Post
    How about Banana Republic? I have some of their cotton plain tees and they hold up extremely well and are of thick good-quality cotton. They feel good and quality is just amazing.
    I've found a bigger BR v neck in the past few weeks when I was in a bind. In previous attempts, I couldn't find a BR v neck that had a big enough opening for me.

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    I buy Express v-necks and hand dry them or Hanes Premium tagless v-necks. They both seem to hold up pretty well.

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