Ministry of Supply Men's Aero Zero° Carbon Neutral Shirt 100%

Ministry of Supply Men's Aero Zero° Carbon Neutral Shirt 100%

Ministry of Supply Men's Aero Zero° Carbon Neutral Shirt 100%

Ministry of Supply Men's Aero Zero° Carbon Neutral Shirt 100%:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. Ok let's talk about this shirt because it's pretty interesting with a lot of interesting claims.First of all, fits nice, true to size, feels nice, looks nice. Expensive AF. ALSO, material-wise, let's not kid ourselves this is 100% polyester, so really it doesn't breathe all that well, and despite the dazzle of science claim there, doesn't seem to be anything special in that regard.Now the claim of recycled materials, pretty cool, down with saving the world. Just don't see a whole lot of materials to back up that claim, not seeing pictures of the factory, videos of the recycling process, sourcing of the recycled materials, etc. Then you find out this product is made in China, per the manufacturer's website by an outsourced manufacturer Shinkong Textiles and it's hard for me to comprehend how this shirt recycled or not, is helping save the world. So, if I can't buy into that concept, is this shirt worth the price tag vs. similar? Probably not in my humble opinion.ultra-cheap deals,time sale,max 73% offMinistry of Supply Men's Aero Zero° Carbon Neutral Shirt 100%
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  • SCIENTIFICALLY DESIGNED  Born in the labs of MIT, Ministry of Supply uses scientific research, human-centered design, and innovative materials to create sweatproof, flexible, and machine washable apparel that is both comfortable and timeless.
  • 100% RECYCLED/100% COMFORTABLE  These men's long sleeve  shirts are made of 100% recycled polyester fibers sourced from recycled plastic bottles. A special texturizing process turns these fibers into fabric that's incredibly soft, lightweight, and coiled to provide seamless motion and supreme comfort. (Our co-founder Gihan compares their stretch and loft to cotton candy!)
  • NATURALLY WRINKLE RESISTANT Aero Zero° men’s dress shirts are made of stretch fabric which uses your body heat to release wrinkles naturally - no matter where the day takes you, you’ll look as sharp at 7 PM as you did at 7 AM.
  • ERGONOMIC CONSTRUCTION  Designed for the body in motion, these unique men’s shirts with stretch fabric and ergonomic construction allow for seamless motion and a supremely comfortable fit. Targeted laser perforations in underarms of this  enhance breathability.  Two fits available: Standard or Slim. Additional features include: no-warp 3D collar with built-in stays, and a hidden extra bottom button for taller wearers.
  • SAY GOODBYE TO DRY CLEANING  These casual dress shirts for men can be machine washed and tumble dried at home, for dryer-to-drawer convenience.
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Ministry of Supply Men's Aero Zero° Carbon Neutral Shirt 100%

Ministry of Supply Men's Aero Zero° Carbon Neutral Shirt 100%

Ministry of Supply Men's Aero Zero° Carbon Neutral Shirt 100%:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. Ok let's talk about this shirt because it's pretty interesting with a lot of interesting claims.First of all, fits nice, true to size, feels nice, looks nice. Expensive AF. ALSO, material-wise, let's not kid ourselves this is 100% polyester, so really it doesn't breathe all that well, and despite the dazzle of science claim there, doesn't seem to be anything special in that regard.Now the claim of recycled materials, pretty cool, down with saving the world. Just don't see a whole lot of materials to back up that claim, not seeing pictures of the factory, videos of the recycling process, sourcing of the recycled materials, etc. Then you find out this product is made in China, per the manufacturer's website by an outsourced manufacturer Shinkong Textiles and it's hard for me to comprehend how this shirt recycled or not, is helping save the world. So, if I can't buy into that concept, is this shirt worth the price tag vs. similar? Probably not in my humble opinion.ultra-cheap deals,time sale,max 73% offMinistry of Supply Men's Aero Zero° Carbon Neutral Shirt 100%