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  • carlitos
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    My Black Friday "surprise" 3-pack Henleys from Gustin just arrived. I am very happy with these. Looser fit, like a true medium, good length (not too long in the tail), corzo buttons, soft comfy material right out of the box.

    The colors sent were all heathered - sage green, baby blue and cobalt-ish blue. A pleasant surprise to layer and do semi-casual zoom calls during snowmaggedon here in the midwest.

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  • theskillets
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    +1 for the Amazon cotton henley. I have a few of them and they are a great bang for the buck. One note though they will shrink in the dryer. I air dry mine. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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  • veraue
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    For a splurge, Pistol Lake makes a nice henley. They manufacture in the US and use either cotton or a synthetic blend (called Eudae). They designed Eudae to be a durable fabric which is quick drying, odor resistant, and can be worn multiple times (akin to the 72 hour Proof henley). I have a ;lightweight minimalist' henley which is great for warmer climates- it's smooth, comfortable, and good for a variety of settings. Rarely wash it. The fit is tapered / athletic rather than boxy = spousal applause. That said, it's **$80** when not on sale (sales are rare, like 2-3 times per year, will go to $60-70). I'm not sure if it's worth $80, but if you're going minimalist it may be worth buying it instead of 2-4 Express or Target Henleys. Customer service is good (60 day returns for any reason) so if you don't like it just ship it back. Currently out of stock- Pistol Lake started their Black Friday sale on Monday and by Wednesday they were pillaged. That said, they'll probably restock in a bit, and they have other, slightly heavier weight Henleys available.

    I also have a long sleeve, cotton Patagonia henley. Lightweight but wears loosely (wife will let me wear in public but makes hippie jokes). The armpits are tight, however, and causes uncomfortable and unsightly pit stains if it gets warm. I sweat easily and profusely, so maybe others will fair better. Backcountry.com sells it for $50 without a sale.

    That said, this $4 Old Navy henley sounds like a wonder garment.

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  • carlitos
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    I'm an exception, in that I do not like the Target Goodfellow Henleys. I bought a handful cheap last Black Friday, and only wear them lounging around the house. I just don't love the fit and the collar sits weird.

    I love my Gustin long sleeve T shirts, so ordered the 3 pack of Gustin Henleys this year.

    I also wore out a Brooks Brothers "red fleece" t-shirt henley, as well as a sweater henley from BB. Really good quality and fit me well.

    My best henley was an Old Navy one in teal that I picked up for $4 at the store. I got compliments all the time, and have worn it for years.

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  • mcadamsandwich
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    It's a bit more expensive, but check out Glad Hand & Co. pocket henleys. They have a really flattering body cut with ribbed knit sleeves. I picked up one in black and one in white from SOP last month.

    https://www.snakeoilprovisions.com/p...t-henley-black

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  • drocpsu
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    Originally posted by Slubby Linen View Post

    Good point about the sizing. I just checked and indeed the collar tag says "standard fit." I'm often a large (6'2" 180) but do a medium on these and the fit is spot on.
    I just ended up buying a 4th color of the Target Goodfellow henleys yesterday for $10.50 on cyber monday. Am wearing one today - they are fantastic!

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  • APinNC
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    The Express Slim Supersoft Long Sleeve Henley T-Shirt is the best. 50% off right now. Super soft, and four button placket. Fit is on the slimmer side, but its got good stretch. I have three in LS and SS

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  • joekono
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    I too love the curve on Buck Mason shirts and I do have one and I also have 2 from Untuckit which are nice. Both give you what you want in a henley... they hang or drape beautifully.

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  • Slubby Linen
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    Originally posted by drocpsu View Post

    I picked up 2 of these on one of their $15 sales not expecting much, and I love them! I had to size down from my normal size, since they are target 'traditional' fit, but the fit and cut is fantastic on me. Ended up grabbing a third in another color. They are pretty lightweight - think a heavy, long sleeved t-shirt, but work well to later with.
    Good point about the sizing. I just checked and indeed the collar tag says "standard fit." I'm often a large (6'2" 180) but do a medium on these and the fit is spot on.

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  • drocpsu
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    Originally posted by Slubby Linen View Post
    I like the Target Goodfellow henley which tends to get good reviews on the main site. Raglan sleeves, curved hemline (looks finished when untucked), flattering slim fit, well designed placket, dirt cheap, available in smooth fabric.
    I picked up 2 of these on one of their $15 sales not expecting much, and I love them! I had to size down from my normal size, since they are target 'traditional' fit, but the fit and cut is fantastic on me. Ended up grabbing a third in another color. They are pretty lightweight - think a heavy, long sleeved t-shirt, but work well to later with.

    I also have 3 Gap henleys from last season and also love them. They are heavier weight than the Goodfellows and make a great New England cool/cold weather casual shirt.

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  • 77Pat
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    I have merino ones from Bonobos which are nice, although dry clean only. For casual, I like Marine Layer. Have not tried, but have read good things about Pistol Lake.

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  • Scofield
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    I swear joe mentioned there was a "best henleys" roundup up coming out but that was weeks ago

    I love

    -goodthreads on amazon
    -suitsupply
    -j crew
    -banana republic

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  • Burner
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    I also have a couple of the Target Goodfellow henleys from a few years ago. I like them. Smooth, lightweight fabric and the fit is really great for me (slim). After a dozen washes or so, the neck has puckered a bit, but not too bad.

    I also grabbed one of the Amazon Goodthreads "sueded cotton" henleys. Also has raglan sleeves. The fit is slightly roomier (but still pretty good) and the fabric is pretty substantial. Much thicker than Target's. Soft and buttery. I like it.

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  • abh159
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    I'm a big fan of Buck Mason's t-shirts. The pima cotton is very soft and lightweight, and the curved hem on the bottom is a total game changer in the way it helps the shirt drape. I don't have any of their henleys, but they make them out of the same fabric so I imagine they are just as good. They would be my first choice if I was in the market for new henleys.

    If you want a cheaper option I picked up a few henleys from J Crew Factory a few years back. They have a solid weight to them and have held up just fine after several years. The ones I have had metal buttons, but it looks like they've switched to plastic for the current ones.

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  • Slubby Linen
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    I like the Target Goodfellow henley which tends to get good reviews on the main site. Raglan sleeves, curved hemline (looks finished when untucked), flattering slim fit, well designed placket, dirt cheap, available in smooth fabric.

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