Gildan Adult DryBlend Workwear T-Shirts with Pocket, 2-Pack

(9 customer reviews)


50% Cotton, 50% Polyester Imported Pull On closure Machine Wash Fabric Weight: 5.5 oz./sq.yd. Classic fit Moisture wicking technology
Shoulder to shoulder neck tape for durability Durable double-needle stitching Double-needle pocket, sleeve, and bottom hems Handy left chest pocket Tear away label for customizable comfort Show more

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June 7, 2018

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#13 in Men's T-Shirts

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21,337 ratings

9 reviews for Gildan Adult DryBlend Workwear T-Shirts with Pocket, 2-Pack

  1. Amazon_user12

    I like these shirts. They come in a pair. I use them casually at home or when working outside. They fit me nicely. I’m using X-Large. I’m about 5′ 8 ” with a medium sports build. No problems so far washing them. I wash them in eco-warm or cold water and lightly dry them. If you use hot water and over dry them, you risk shrinking most t-shirts. It has a nice little pocket too. I recommend these shirts. The shirt details say 50% cotton 50% polyester, XL | TG | EG Gildan DryBlend. Made in Central America (Honduras or Nicaragua). I’ll probably buy more.

  2. E. Hicks

    Good work shirts! I use 3X shirts, and these are a little smaller compared to Fruit of the Loom sizes. Fruit of the loom went to using some crappy fabric in their shirts, and the Gildan shirts have the much better fabric that we are use to. We love these Gildan shirts! Very good quality! You won’t go wrong buying these great wearing t shirts. Cool colors also!

  3. Amazon Customer

    Longer style so no worry about the shirt exposing a plumbers crack. 🙂 Long lasting even after countless washings.

  4. Angie Mike

    My husband usually buys these shirts for work and recently decided to purchase some for working around the house too. It’s been a while since we’ve bought any though and I forgot that they run a little big. That’s better than running too small in my opinion, but if you’re between sizes I would definitely go down rather than up. Still, these shirts are comfortable, hold their shape well with no noticeable shrinkage, and are well worth the price we paid for them which was under ten dollars even after tax. Overall they’re great and we will no doubt be buying more again soon I’m sure =)

  5. Mr. Staack

    Good quality shirt for the money. Fits nicely, good colorfastness (saftey orange hasn’t bled into other clothes, and it’s stuff vibrant after several washes), still no pilling after a month of steady use, stitching is clean with no loose threads, and its cut is comfortable even for a bigger guy. It’s like a medium weight material – heavier than many shirts in it’s price range, but not quite heavyweight (which is perfect for me). The pocket is adequate – a little small, but good enough to hold a smartphone. Since the shirt is a little longer than average, it starts tucked in nicely. Shrinkage, after numerous washes in cold and low-heat tumble drying, has been minimal. They’re not the nicest tees I own, but they’re among the best bang-for-the-buck tees I’ve found so far.

  6. W. P. Prince

    I bought these as my primary work shirts. Where my other ones you can get the big box dept store (or anywhere really) wore holes in them pretty fast, these have stood up to the wear and tear of ‘work’ work, ‘home’ work, and the washings and dryings in between. I don’t wear anything else to work in. Haven’t since I got them late Nov of last year. There is one caveat : I sweat a lot and these do not help there. I chose black simply because it helps to hide it while on the job, but they are thicker than the usual t-shirt and will add to the seat factor. I bought 4 sets; They’re all I wear. Except when I go out. An added bonus is that the black hides the grease stains that inevitably are left on any clothing when working on a vehicle. I’ve made 2 pairs of good jeans into work-around-the-house jeans, but nothing at all can be seen on these (black) shirts.

  7. Soladaddy

    Finally one that has real length sleeves and body. I normally wear a large in real men’s sizes, but many times have to get an XL in those metro or unisex sizes. I’m 6’3″ and 44 inch chest, 200lbs and the large goes a good 6-8 inches below my waist, has plenty (but not excessive) room in the shoulders and the sleeves don’t look like I’m wearing too small a size. My new favorite shirt.

  8. Bob in Baton Rouge

    Great “dress” cotton (blend tee’s). The fabric is “heavy-duty” woven cotton yet do not weigh-down the wearer. Perfect and casual for outdoor exploring or working/playing, and are super for “casual dress-up” men’s tops for indoor wear. They are the COMPLETE OPPOSITE of the rumpled neck tee the guy wears on someone’s tv ad, In which his date mutters, “—and you look “comfortsble”. Your mate or fiancée will never say that to you when you are wearing these very high-quality, heavy-duty, comfortable tee-shirts. These are definitely “keepers. I found this brand quite by accident when someone gave me a brand-new sample with a “Claritin” antihistamine logo on the front. Have worn it for years, and has held-up very well. You will NOT be disappointed in this dress-casual pocketed cotton tee. They are just great. Comes in all sizes and many colors. I always order cotton clothing one size too large for me since any cotton tee will have a small amount of shrinkage after washing and machine drying after the first wearing. I believe the brand is “GILDAN”. I will be ordering these again, since I have finally retired from the occupation of hospital pharmacist. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Bob in Baton Rouge.

  9. Mr 7.62×39

    I’ve worn Haines, FOTL, and other types of inexpensive “outside / work shirts”. These shirts are awesome. The length is just right without being too long, the fit at the chest is comfortable, and the fit at the waist is excellent even if you conceal carry. The pocket is perfect for a cell phone or something small to keep that you don’t want to lose if you’re working on something like the elusive 10mm socket or ratchet extensions. The safety yellow is really bright and the orange is a deep neon orange versus the “carrot orange” on some shirts. If I go outside and work for a bit, I’m looking for this shirt. I’d even wear this before choosing a tank top with how breathable the fabric is. When people see me outside they’re shocked be cause I’m the if I get hot I get angry types so I get asked what brand this shirt is since they know I’m like that.

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