Nike Large or Medium?

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  1. aceprojesus

    aceprojesus New User

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    What size shirts should someone that's 5'9" and about 145 ibs wear? The sizing suggestion says that I should be wearing medium but taking into account shrinkage and that I'm still growing, would it be more worth it to buy large?
     
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  2. DeFrank

    DeFrank New User

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    I'm 6' 148 and I wear small to medium. Small fits snug, looks a little tight. medium, sleeves are a big long. depends on the shirt for me.
     
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  3. loosegroove

    loosegroove Professional

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    I'm 5"11 and 165lbs and I'd be swimming in a Nike large. So unless you want to look like you're in the late 90's wearing your stuff oversized, I'd stick with the medium.
     
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  4. LanEvo

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    Medium should be fine. I am 5'8" and weight around 210, and wear L.
     
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  5. *Val*

    *Val* Semi-Pro

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    Maybe medium or small? Definitely not large! I'm 6' 1/2" and 182lbs and wear M in nike shirts
     
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  6. NJ1

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    As others have said, S or M. Certainly not L, Nike fits boxy as hell (as do all the tennis shirts, worst offender is Fila)
     
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  7. Mighty Matteo

    Mighty Matteo Semi-Pro

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    definitely a medium. small will be too small. a large will be too big.
     
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  8. tyu1314

    tyu1314 Semi-Pro

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    definity medium or small, i think most medium shirt should be perfect, with a little space .If you want the shirt to be fit then go small.
     
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