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Burton USO Vail T-Shirt


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Description: Burton USO Vail T-Shirt

Bring a piece of the iconic event home with you. We find that comfy cotton tees are much like a folk song; they're never new, and they never get old. Dial in your style with a staple cotton tee from Burton.

USO Vail

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I plan on purchasing a good amount of Burton T-shirts from this website today. I have never worn or owned this brand of Tee before though. All T-shirts fit differently for guys, some brands, like quicksilver, make their tees larger than normal, so I end up getting Mediums (usually, unless they are slim fit or premium fitting, then larges work) The other problem is most T-shirts I buy end up shrinking after washing and drying them, so half the time I have to return a medium tee to get a large one, then wash it and dry it before I can wear it. I am 5'9", about 170 lbs, and have a medium build. Neck size is 15 1/2-16, waist is between 32-33, and chest size is 40. Based on that info, and taking into consideration whether or not Burton brand T-shirts tend to shrink or not after washing, should I go with a Medium or Large T? I like my t-shirts to fall about 24" from neck line to bottom of t-shirt. I hate longer hanging tees. This is always a problem for me, that's why I usually stick to brands I know will fit me well, even after washing (RIP CURL, RUSTY, COIPLE OTHER BRANDS) With their brands, their premium tees I am a large in, and they do not tend to shrink much at all, so I can wear them brand new, as well as after 40 washes, and they still fit the same. Any advice would be SO MUCH appreciated, as I am planning to buy a bunch of Burton Tees today on this website and don't want to have to return most or all because they don't fit me right. I am just looking for a form fitting T that is just a little loose, not totally tight, but also not super baggy either. And again, I would like them to fall just below where the back pocket starts. Thank you so much for any input!
Justin on Apr 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Justin!!
Sorry to delay you. I conferred with our showroom and sales staff just now. The Burton t-shirts, for the most part, will shrink a little and the recommended size is an 'L'. If the shirt says Premium... that is Burton's more preferred line, and you could get Mediums. Burton's stuff tends to be well made (I am wearing one now), and will fit fairly true to size.