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    Cheap V Neck Solid T Shirts

    I'm looking for inexpensive v-neck solid t-shirt options. In the past I bought them at Walmart under the label brand "No Boundaries" at around $5/each, but they no longer carry them.

    Most current options have a v-neck that is too "deep". I'm looking for a shallow v-neck collar - can anyone make a recommendation?

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    Uniqlo.

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    Gap's v-neck is pretty high, to the point that I can't undo the second button on dress shirts (I wear them as undershirts). As always, wait for a 40-59 per cent off sale.

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    Old Navy's v-neck is my standby, in fact it's the only kind of t-shirt I own.

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    I have the following, all of which I am happy with:

    1. They have a very high v-neck if that's what you are looking for. About $7 each:

    https://amazon.com/gp/product/B013IO...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    2. I've got some basic Hanes from Target brick and mortar store, that have a medium type v-neck. like this, and only $15 for six:

    https://target.com/p/hanes-174-men-s...13#lnk=sametab

    3. And then some others that have a really deep v-neck, like these, that are not so inexpensive:

    https://amazon.com/gp/product/B004R1...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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    old navy and mossimo at walmart are the ones I tend to get. H&M arent bad but some have big Vs some dont.

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    Check out Next Level Apparel on Amazon. They make a cotton-poly crew-neck that you can get for $6-10 each. They're pretty good, and pretty much the only thing I wear away from work these days. Based on that, I imagine their V necks would be pretty good. Just look for Prime shipping on your first order in case you need to send them back.

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    I am trying out v-neck t-shirts for the first time this summer. Not as an "undershirt" beneath a button-up, but just wearing them on their own.

    I purchased a couple of the inexpensive Goodfellow brand shirts from Target. They're thin, but soft and comfortable. I don't know how durable they are, but they should last at least a couple of seasons, I would think.

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    FYI, Uniqlo currently has their v-neck supima cotton t-shirts on sale for like $6.

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    I have a couple from BR Factory.
    https://bananarepublicfactory.gapfac...&pid=144663091

    Feels pretty true to size, not too loose, not too tight, just gentle skimming around your body. They are usually $10 with "baseline promo", but currently running 20% off and free shipping without minimum.

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