Rated 5 out of 5 by LLBeanShopper2001 Comfortable
These shirts are always the Best you can get for your money in today's market choices. They have much thicker material, are comfortable, wash & dry easily without fading and last for years. In fact that is true for everything I buy at L.L. Bean.
August 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by beaner500 Picky: Wash instructions not in English
Not to be picky, but the wash labels on these shirts are written in french and what looks to be chinese. How is it that you sell shirts in the United States without wash instructions in the local language??? Love the shirt, hate the wash instructions.
September 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by beaner500 Soft, nicely cut, comfortable, attractive
I wear these to work when they are in new condition. They are comfortable, classically styled, and the slightly fitted cut is attractive on me. The sizing may be on the small side. I usually wear a petite, but the misses fits me very well, including the length. After a while they wear out and then become my weekend shirts for a while before I let them go to the rag bag. About 3 seasons to the rag bag. I really like these shirts and recommend them. I hope they don't discontinue this classic style that goes with skirts and jeans. The number of colors available is an indication of how popular they must be. Each year they seem to vary the color pallet a little, which is fine.
September 10, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by PattyLM What happened to the pima tees??
This used to be my favorite tee. I had one in every color. At the beginning of the summer, I bought my usual colors, but the tees were all too small and the material was super thin. I figured I got a bad batch, so I ordered them again for fall. There was no change. The material is really thin and cheap, and, even though I'm exactly the same weight I've always been, they are tight and ill fitting. Sent all five of them back. I'm looking for a new tee at a different store.
September 3, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by 1973Kim Too Short!
I bought this tee after having purchased it in the past. They changed the sizing because while it fit horizontally, it was WAY TOO SHORT length wise. I will NOT buy this again. Complete waste of money.
August 26, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by limerickgal70 Very poor value
I bought these in red, green, and navy
Although $25 each is way crazy
The colors were weak
And the fabric is cheap
Certainly not made for a lady
August 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ladybug0410 Love this tee!
As perfect as a tee can get! The fabric is smooth, soft and wrinkle-free right from the dryer. I have had issues with other tees, especially with misshaping at the neckline. Not with this tee...no puckering, shrinking, fading after washing. My new favorite.:)
July 30, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by doxielover Nice fabric
This was not right for me. The sleeves seemed a little shorter than I like and smaller. The crossover tee fits the best in this group. It is 1: longer than all the others too which I like and seems to flow better.
July 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by TravelerTA Best shirt around
It seems that most nice t-shirts are either incredibly masculine, or they are paper thin and way too long. This is really the perfect combination of substance, length, and feminine fit. I recently bought two, and I'm heading back for more. I wore them while traveling, and they stood up to packing and day-long tourism - still looked clean and put together at the end of the day. I hope LL Bean continues to carry these exact shirts for years to come. Other brands I used to rely upon have changed to the flimsy, cheap style, and since I can't rely upon their sizing or quality, I no longer order from them. I am a committed Bean buyer because of their commitment to quality.
July 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kashib More colors
I love the pima cotton tees. They retain their shape and size and last FOREVER! Very stain resistant. My wish......to have a greater selection of colors that are currently popular such as lime green, orange and turquoise. Also, all colors should be available in women's sizes.
June 25, 2014