Can you get good use out of 10 dollar t shirts?

my step-grandpa said they were crappy.


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What Girls Said 5

  • of course you can. He is very wrong

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  • they are usually made in Asian countries by underpaid people and even children. So don't buy them unless you support slavery.

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  • Pffft ! there is a lot you can do. Heck if i gadgets big money i still wouldn't be going into topshop. a little diy and styling here and there. it will look awesome

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  • Of course you can. That's such nonsense.

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  • Yes u can wear them, or u can remake them.

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What Guys Said 7

  • I get used to $6 shirts. check out http://www.6dollarshirts com/t-shirts/

    they have the funniest shirts.

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  • I'd use them to clean the chain on my motorcycle.

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    • they sure make good shop rags. Americans go through 70 lbs of crappy t shirts a year. i used the ripped and torn ones as shop rags.

  • Ever been to 6 dollar shirts? It's brilliant.
    Lower costing shirts are almost always made of the same material and high costing shirts. At least with t-shirts. If you pay like $50 for a t-shirt, you're mostly paying for the brand.

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  • Depends on the brand some are pretty crappy some are pretty nice, you can always use old shirts as rags if you don't plan on wearing them anymore.

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  • Lol all I buy is 10$ shirts I spent 25$+ on a shirt and gets faded after 3 washes

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    • i spent 35 on a t shirt and it faded in the washer after 1 wash. i bought a used one for 5 bux and its still good

    • Exactly the same I bought 3 10$ shirts and I wash them every week and they haven't gotten faded

    • i think i will not spend more than 10. plus sizes MAYBE 10 dollars and 1 cent.

  • Yes, sell them for 12 dollars and make profit.

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    • my 2nd cousin does it

  • I got two shirts on clearance for under $3 and they are perfectly fine. I can't understand why anyone would spend over $50 on clothes that weren't dress clothes.

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