Standard Issue SI-12 Essential - Black
The SI-12 is an honest alternative to the modern essentials available in today's unnecessary high-price market. We've upgraded the material to a Cotton/Poly/Spandex blend for a much softer hand feel. Not neglecting the details that makes an essential your favorite wardrobe staple, this garment includes a french seam split back, an elongated backside, a small ribbed neck line with a tighter fit, and a flat hem. Wear this by itself or drape it. Buy one, buy two, or buy three. Buy five and you're still saving against industry standards. This one was made for you.
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Fit Model : 6'2 173lbs wearing a Medium.
Scallop hem. Slightly elongated.
Slick shirts, they run a lil on the big side but nothing crazy. Ether way chicks are into them. I’m into them, you probably shouldn’t buy them so I’m the only one that has them.
Wow. Profound Lil' Shirt
I'm not one to write reviews. Less yet, I'm not one to care about clothes. I wear generic stuff and have never understood the appeal of spending $*** on clothes. Oh, and I'm nearly 7'0" tall, so it largely stems from my inability to find clothes that fit in a non-goofy way. That being said, I found this company about 3-4 years ago and got a 3-pack of their standard scalloped shirts for like $9 (or something trivial like that). And let me tell you, I was BLOWN away. These shirts are not only comfy af, but they fit in such a nice, becoming fashion. They are slim, but not tight; scalloped, but not goofy. And best of all, they're relatively inexpensive... Relatively. As I said, 3 years ago I got a 3-pack for under $10. Now, It costs me $20 just to get a single one. I understand that $20 is still "cheap compared to a lot of other companies. I also understand that due to inflation, the $10 I paid back then is like $14 now. But still, if there was a profit margin at $3/shirt, it really makes me wonder what the profit margin is now. Then again, they're aways out of stock, so maybe demand says otherwise. Alas, here I am. Writing a 5-star review. So what changed my mind? THE FACT THAT I'M WEARING THE SAME WHITE KILLION SHIRT AS I WRITE THIS AS I WAS 3-4 YEARS AGO WHEN I BOUGHT IT. AND ITS STILL WHITE. Listen, I'm a free spirit. I embark no adventures of all sorts at all times... And the freaking shirt is still white... I don't even wash my whites separate from my colors, and it's still white. And people love the shirts, I've gotten like 3 of my distinct friend groups hooked on these shirts cuz they're so nice. I'm completely sold on the value proposition that this brand offers. They've truly created great shirts at an affordable costs, all marketing and bs aside. Do us all a favor and buy a shirt, keep this company afloat at all costs.
I’m 6’3” and thin, Killion shirts work for my build and the quality seems great. I tend to like flat hem shirts, though the scalloped shirt works too.
Comfortable and good quality for an affordable price
Shirts overall are good quality but my medium of the grey ones are better fit than my back one even though I order the same sizes. Black ones looks bigger.