Tucked-in or thugged-out, this thing does the job.
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I'm 6'6, 220 lbs and a large is still super long, I love it. Surprisingly warm. Like it so much I bought 2.
Good shirt, If u wanted to camp out in it
Holy moly. this thing is humungo. I bought a large. and got a massive. If need be i could camp in this thing. I'm 6' and 155 lbs and just bought my size, but Im thinging a small will do me best. The length of the shirt is soooooo looooong! the arms werent to bad in length, but we will see what a small will do.
Still the material, logo and overall quality of the shirt is great. It would be a great technical shirt if you could get the sizing down. A great buy.
I'm about 5'5 and i want it to come about...
I'm about 5'5 and i want it to come about halfway to 3/4 to my knees. What Size should i get??
Medium It think. They are tall tees. I don't have one on me, but I think medium would be the right size. If you are down with the baggy, then just run the large. You can alway hem it up if you need to.
Dude do the small! These shirts are HUUUUUGE. I'm 6 feet tall, and the large goes to my knees. Go small or the neck hole will be around your waist.
The most comfortable performance shirt i own !They run a little big so down 1 size...
I bought the tech tall t-long sleeve for my boyfriend as a christmas gift. He is super thin and about 6'3", so i figured a medium would do the trick. NO. The description is not kidding.... it has extra everywhere, not just the length. But it does have a nice feel. However, he didn't get to wear it on his trip because he needs to return it for the right size.
long story short: if you aren't tall... get a small. If you arnt thin get your normal size or one down. seriously.
same great tall tee from last year, but now $10 more expensive... THANKS BURTON!
if you're looking for a solid technical piece of first layer while still keeping it parkrat tall, look no further... this thing runs huge and keeps you dry... it's a little thin so if you're riding colder temps you may want to check elsewhere... otherwise, this makes the perfect tech park first layer... i have four of these in four different colors from last year that i got all at discount, and couldn't be happier... and i'm glad i got last year's because this year burton has decided to increase the price by $10 while not adding one single new feature... even the colors are the same, minus the dope electric blue color from last year... the only thing that's changed is the ink they used to screen print the front... really burton? does ink cost you an extra $10 per shirt? i've noticed burton doing this lame price trick across their entire line... they don't improve the product at all, save for some color changes, then go ahead and charge more for it (sometimes up to a $30-$50+ increase)... this is ridiculous... but i'll get off my soapbox, and stick to the tech tall tee review and say you'll love the shirt... it's a great first layer... i would have given this more stars, but the price thing is annoying as muck.
this thing is tall, like to my knees tall, and the sleeves are long, to me this means love, tired of all the slim and tight fitting base layers, cop this piece from Burton! warm, moisture sucking, and comfy!
Built for the NBA All-Star team
Head's up on this piece. It's really nice, love the fabric and it wicks moisture really well. It's fitted for Hakeem Abdul Olajuan though. tallllllll foreal. I like tall tees as much as the next bro, but beware. I'm 6 feet tall and the Large almost comes to my knees. A medium still would have been really tall. Don't get me wrong, I love the shirt and it looks steezed out, just wanted to give a head's up on the sizing.