Cheap tennis shirts....

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by Surecatch, Aug 22, 2012.

  1. Surecatch

    Surecatch Semi-Pro

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    I know this will garner some snickers, and believe me I have my share of Adidas gear, but I found some prettty decent looking climate-type shirts at good ol' Meijer Thrifty Acres. Being a man of non-baller status (modest means), hell, I'm not too proud...I snapped a few of them down off the rack and took them home, (after paying for them, of course). They had choices in neat designs and garish color patterns like the big names, and they had some very simple solid-colored ones as well, (which I like the most).

    Good stuff...I recomend. They look great even though they lack a three stripe peak or swooshy thing symbol. They feel great on the court, seem to work the same way with regards to climate "issues"....cool stuff.

    I like.

    MTA brand will rise up and topple the swoosh! ;)
     
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  2. fuzz nation

    fuzz nation Legend

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    I score $8 synthetic shirts from TJ Maxx on a regular basis. As long as they fit and the colors are acceptable, the brands aren't really an issue for me.
     
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  3. Surecatch

    Surecatch Semi-Pro

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    I'm getting that way. I've always been a rather sniffy Adidas guy, but I'm changing my ways. To be honest, Adidas shoes have been a FAIL for me the last few times, (not tennis specific models, but my casual Superstars that I have been buying for years). It's sort of turned me off on the stripes when it comes to kicks. I'm rockin' NB right now. I might try those Asics shoes that saved that guy's tennis life in another thread....that looks like it could be a good fit.
     
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  4. esgee48

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    Hay, I prefer the label 'frugal.' Shop at Ross and Marshall's for my tennis clothing. At our age, current lines are not needed.
     
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