For years I've been wearing Under Armour Charged Cotton Sportstyle T shirts the vast majority of the time when I'm outside of work and I don't need or want to wear a collared shirt. A few of the things I like about them:
- Durability - They each last a few years of regular wear while appendix carrying. Many other T shirts will thin out and wear a hole around my belly button from contact with the pistol. The UA shirts do slightly shrink over time, but generally they maintain their color and shape very well compared to others.
- Fit/Comfort - They have some stretch to them and fit me well. I'm 6'1" 175 and wear a size medium. After a couple years, the shrinking I mentioned before has made me retire a few of the lighter colored shirts earlier than the darker ones because printing starts to become an issue. Even after that, they become my workout/lounging shirts. I learned later on to only dry them for a few minutes just to knock out the wrinkles from the washing machine, then let them hang dry the rest of the way, which helps.
- Style - I live in Houston and nicer-looking T shirts are generally acceptable at all places but a few of the higher-end restaurants/bars. I can wear the Under Armour T shirt with nicer shorts and shoes out to dinner with my wife at most places and not look like a bum when it's 97 degrees at 7 pm. They all are one solid color with two small, subdued logos - one on the upper left chest and one on the back at the base of the neck. No designs or graphics or anything else that I feel hints that I'm carrying a firearm. I've had them in probably close to 20 different colors and even had multiples of the same color for those that I liked the most.
- Price - At most were $25, generally around $20, and frequently on sale/had a discount code that got them around $15.