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Littlegreenfrog
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2005/07/28 21:21:46 (permalink)
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t-shirts

unexpected problem.
am by no means big yet, but am starting to have t-shirt probs.
large is now too short (as my shoulders and chest have grown),
and also too wide round the waist.
and where fashion is catering towards skinny blokes,
its becoming difficult to find some decient clothing.
any ideas on what labels will fit?

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    stoneman
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    RE: t-shirts 2005/07/28 21:35:12 (permalink)
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    as ya get bigger mate the fashion threads go tits up , get beyond a XL an its tk max all the way !!!
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    TheBob
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    RE: t-shirts 2005/07/28 23:18:29 (permalink)
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    John Rocha and various other brands in Debenhams go up to XXL , that should fit you
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    rogerthedog
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    RE: t-shirts 2005/07/28 23:22:22 (permalink)
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    I don't really know a great deal about fashion but big baggy skater/snowboarder clothes are always good for bodybuilders.
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    dirtyvest
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    RE: t-shirts 2005/07/28 23:25:33 (permalink)
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    Debenhams do a decent rage of bigger brands. Rocha is a good one, as is Maine (altho they have become poor recently). Gap can be a decent bet too. In general most US brands will come up to the bigger sizes well.
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    lilbigman
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    RE: t-shirts 2005/07/28 23:30:53 (permalink)
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    If you goto benedorm anytime soon there's a shop that sells t-shirts that are lik XXXXL and so on, otherwise search google.
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    RudeboyR
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    RE: t-shirts 2005/07/28 23:46:35 (permalink)
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    Buy your clothes offline from america or f yo go into JD sports their Ecko and G-Unit clothing comes in much bigger sizes than nike adidas etc.

    If not into the sport thing you could go to a urban shop and buy american clothes but you might not want to look as if you just stepped out of a hip hop video then its definetly not you.
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    reg1
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    RE: t-shirts 2005/07/28 23:59:33 (permalink)
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    debenhams, burtons, fred perry (ok sometimes), ben sherman, fcuk are ok too. i have a 51inch chest and these are ok for me, but if your just coming from large you should be ok with most makes.
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    James
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    RE: t-shirts 2005/07/29 00:45:58 (permalink)
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    Fat Pete
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    RE: t-shirts 2005/07/29 09:15:26 (permalink)
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    cotton Traders are worth a look
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