Anyone Like Sears Nordic Trac Stuffs?

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  1. user92626

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    I have 1 long sleeve shirt and it feels like my Adidas gear, but my only problem is the sleeves are just slightly long. I'm trying to shrink-dry it. Never tried the polos or sleeveless. If you do buy some, let us know what u thought about them.
     
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    I already bought 4 polos. Honestly I'm amazed at the quality and design. There's no loose seamlines like cheap stuffs. The texture is smooth (like microfiber) and silky, not thin and rough. Like I said above, the cut is like the "fit" size that you find in some office shirt design, you know tuck-in at waist line, making you look very athletic. And I don't know if you know this, but they were made NOT in China, ie Jordan, Indonesia, etc. There are some designs that look like those Roddick wears, or colorful stuffs like Djokovic's adidas Ts
     
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    Not bad looking especially for the price. How is the fit?
     
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    I have the nordic track t-shirts. Great for tennis, different material than what is shown above. But, I'm not complaining at less than $3 per shirt.
     
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    Their size is a bit smaller than the usual standard or that's how it is with "fit" design. Are you familiar with "fit" design in some long sleeve office shirts? Not alot of slack at the belly. Love it.


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    Just picked up a bunch of Nordic Trac stuff this weekend. Liking the fit and materials so far.
     
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    Just wondering, did you know about it from this thread or just happened to come across in the store? Me, I just wander and buy random clearance stuffs which gave me more than enough that i need for tennis.
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    Hey those stripe polos are even good enough for casual wearing, right?
     
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  9. geese_com

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    I saw this thread so I checked out some Sears stores. Got lucky that they were doing a clearance on some shirts and shorts. I didn't get any polos though (they weren't on sale)
     
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    I purchased Nordic Trac nylon warmups and they are holding up great. They are the only ones that I could find that the length was right. Most of the other national brands, i.e. Nike, the pants are just too long.
     
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