$60 for a Wilson T-shirt

esgee48

G.O.A.T.
Targét, Ross, Marshalls et al are your wallet's friend. $10-$15 are within my budget for T shirts. :D

edit: GF jabbed me to include Burlington.
 
Targét, Ross, Marshalls et al are your wallet's friend. $10-$15 are within my budget for T shirts. :D

edit: GF jabbed me to include Burlington.
How is the quality?

Can you wear them for 10 years straight in normal rotation without losing shape, falling apart or fading into indefinite colours?

:cool:
 

Harry_Wild

Talk Tennis Guru
How is the quality?

Can you wear them for 10 years straight in normal rotation without losing shape, falling apart or fading into indefinite colours?

:cool:
The Nike $90 dri-fit t-shirts really hold up but cheapo $25 Nikes are garbage and will start to shred after 6 washing! I now only buy $90-$100 Nike dri-fits! Do not like Nike new contour bottom on t-shirt that is rounded in the back and a little longer then the front. I holding off until Nike goes back to a normal tail.
 
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Prg3k

New User
I second the Ross/Marshalls/TJMax approach. I find most of my tennis shirts/shorts there. You just have to keep an eye out for tennis stuff, and the good tennis stuff. I found a Nike Court Dry Challenger shirt for under $20 bucks at Ross. That shirt retails for 40-50 dollars. Same with the shorts. You just need to keep checking.
 

TW Staff

Administrator
Sorry for the confusion, but the price was entered incorrectly and it was fixed. The price should be $30.

Thanks,
Tiffani, TW
 
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