We get a lot of people asking what our sizes are like. We always reply with “pretty standard eh”. But for some people that's just not enough. So the best thing to do – if you can be bothered – is to get out your favourite t-shirt/singlet/or jumper and match it to the sizing measurements below.
p.s. An insider’s tip to preserving the life of your t-shirt: soak your new t-shirt inside-out in a mixture made up of 2Litres of cool water with ½ cup of salt. After washing just be sure to whip your tee out straight away to prevent bleeding of colours, and hang the sucker out to dry.
We've been working with the t-shirt for a long time now, and our t-shirts have undergone a number of changes in cut and thread-count. We're pretty certain we've now found the perfect t-shirt. It's not too thick and promo-like, but it's not so wafer-thin so as to expose the nipple, and it's very pleasant to the touch. Enjoy yourselves.
Singlets are especially handy if you’re rolling your arm over a few leg-spinners out in the summer sun. The lack of sleeves really frees you up to make the most of this wristy skill. Dipak Patel swears by them.
Besides being really good for the winter time, the sweatshirt is also pretty handy when the sun sets and you begin collecting drift-wood for the bonfire on the beach. As well as protecting you from the flames that you’ll inevitably get too close to, these sleeves are key for fighting the war against mosquitoes. Pesky mosquitoes.
Anything that’s really small is really cute. Well, most things. Clothes definitely are. And think of it this way, if you happen to lose your small child at Disneyland, at least they’ll know the kid is from NZ and can ship him on back quick-smart.