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 Brand names that run big/small?
Unread 09-03-2009, 06:34 PMJoined Feb 2008 - away - #1
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I just ordered some s**t off of KL, never really saw any LRG shirts I liked until now and the Large is like a smedium. 10 Deep shirts also seem to run a size smaller.
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Unread 09-03-2009, 07:26 PMJoined Feb 2005 - away - #2
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those shirts don't run small, they're just normal sized 'large's....

i've got 4-5 10 Deep shirts in XL and they fit just like all other streetwear brands, same with LRG........

they're different than the old Rocawear/Sean John XLs, little bit longer, slimmer fit, like a regular cut tee has always been.....
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The LRG shirt and 10Deep shirt just felt all around tighter and weren't the same length, maybe they're just made differently blah. I was comparing them to two other Obey shirts I bought which were both L's.

You're right, I wouldn't say run big/small.
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Unread 09-03-2009, 10:01 PMJoined Sep 2004 - away - #4
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Crooks & castles tee's run pretty big in my opinion. Orisue tees also run kind of big as well but not like crooks.
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Crooks seems to run more long than big... 10 Deep seems to run pretty true to size and I disagree about LRG, it runs slightly big to me..
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crooks runs alot longer and bigger b4 they were hyped up same goes for LRG, but I guess they did that to accommadate for the masses but a large should fit like a L and not feel like a xxl
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ed hardy runs extra small
akademiks and roca wear seem to run big
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I just copped three 10 Deep shirts and a Crooks shirt the other day, all size large.
The 10 Deep shirts feel a little too short on me but I like the fit on the Crooks shirt.
I'm 6'0 170 pounds.
I'm thinking of exchanging the 10 Deep shirts for XL. The problem is, usually when I get a shirt in XL they are long enough but too wide. So can anyone tell me how XL in 10 Deep fits compared to L?
Also does anyone know what other brands fit like Crooks & Castles? Crooks seems to be a little longer but it's not too wide and that's how I like it.
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Originally Posted by liquidswords85
I just copped three 10 Deep shirts and a Crooks shirt the other day, all size large.
The 10 Deep shirts feel a little too short on me but I like the fit on the Crooks shirt.
I'm 6'0 170 pounds.
I'm thinking of exchanging the 10 Deep shirts for XL. The problem is, usually when I get a shirt in XL they are long enough but too wide. So can anyone tell me how XL in 10 Deep fits compared to L?
Also does anyone know what other brands fit like Crooks & Castles? Crooks seems to be a little longer but it's not too wide and that's how I like it.
I'm 6'4 190ish which is pretty thin on it's own and I have the same problem, XL fits me length wise but what I take issue with is when the s**t comes wide. I'm working out in the mean time to become a true XL. It's really hit or miss, some shirts are perfect in L's and some aren't which annoys me. I'm just going to stick to XL's from now on and continue to workout.

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new LRG definitely runs small.
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yeah i feel you Illuminati
anyways, i exchanged the 10 deep shirts that were too small for xl, and just like i thought they were too wide
so then i went back again and got different brand shirts, diamond and obey in large and they fit much better
10 deep sizing doesn't agree with me at all

Ryde, it seems to me that lrg sizing is all over the place. i just got two of their new fall tees in size large and they don't fit small at all. seems like their sizing changes every season.
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i like lrg but they dont really make quality/reliable s**t...f**kin thin a.ss shirts
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Originally Posted by liquidswords85
yeah i feel you Illuminati
anyways, i exchanged the 10 deep shirts that were too small for xl, and just like i thought they were too wide
so then i went back again and got different brand shirts, diamond and obey in large and they fit much better
10 deep sizing doesn't agree with me at all

Ryde, it seems to me that lrg sizing is all over the place. i just got two of their new fall tees in size large and they don't fit small at all. seems like their sizing changes every season.
Eh.. they are 100% cotton shirts, they were bound too shrink (not too sure if they do width wise as opposed to length) after a wash. I dig though, I really got to stop making a habit out of buying most of my clothes online.

Obey shirts fit perfect in L, I can def. co-sign that. It's the LRG and 10 Deep I run into problems with.
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