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Eric Draven has been irresponsive to my request of information, maybe I am on his ignore list, the store is Fuji Canada, the form only allows Canadian locations , I’ve tried.

 

One would expect that all national Fuji would do this but they don’t only Fuji UK does that too but way more expensive and I am not sure they ship from there to the NL.

 

http://shop.fujifilm...on-t-shirt.html

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Problem with these shirts is they are a v-neck which is more of a woman's cut than a men's cut.  I was given one of these by a Fuji rep at the launch of the XT2 and when I wore it I thought the v-neck was a bit more of a ladies cut.  Then it was commented to me that the v-neck looked 'unflattering' on me because of it being a very feminine cut.  There are men cut v-necks but usually the 'V' isn't so deep.

 

This may differ by countries/cultures, but in north america this is a great ladies cut, but not common mens cut.

 

Just FYI.

Edited by Adam Woodhouse

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I’ve just asked my wife if she ever heard that a V neck T shirt wouldn’t be a “ manly” thing and she never heard of it too ( we both lived in many countries but I checked with her because I wanted to have someone else’s perspective)

 

Incredibly, yes, there seems to be a North American issue with V neck T shirts.

 

It reminded me the days of my youth when many of my friends were American sons and daughters of NATO military stationed in Italy. They never wore swimming trunks or speedos ( this is the ’70) they all wore cut jeans with their underwear , some thing that had us all puzzled.

 

They told us that they thought very little of our speedos which, they were pretty definite, they thought that belonged to males with an alternative sexual orientation. That had us even more puzzled! 

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But yes, you seem to be right about the prejudicial views on V necks!

 

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Eric Draven has been irresponsive to my request of information, maybe I am on his ignore list, the store is Fuji Canada, the form only allows Canadian locations , I’ve tried.

 

One would expect that all national Fuji would do this but they don’t only Fuji UK does that too but way more expensive and I am not sure they ship from there to the NL.

 

http://shop.fujifilm...on-t-shirt.html

 

 

Sorry...  Didn't watch this thread for awhile...

 

The only thing I would suggest is to email Fujifilm Canada and inquire about shipping outside of Canada 

 

I'm not affiliated with Fujifilm Canada so I don't have any precise response in regards to your inquiries...

 

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Problem with these shirts is they are a v-neck which is more of a woman's cut than a men's cut.  I was given one of these by a Fuji rep at the launch of the XT2 and when I wore it I thought the v-neck was a bit more of a ladies cut.  Then it was commented to me that the v-neck looked 'unflattering' on me because of it being a very feminine cut.  There are men cut v-necks but usually the 'V' isn't so deep.

 

This may differ by countries/cultures, but in north america this is a great ladies cut, but not common mens cut.

 

Just FYI.

 

 

American Apparel had different ranges of V Necks for Men's T-Shirts...

 

But then again American Apparel no long exists...  LOL!!!

 

Mine fits fine BTW...  

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Sorry...  Didn't watch this thread for awhile...

 

 

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 cheers, you must have the option for automatic subscription not enabled then 

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V neck T shirts are normal shirts over here, although not many, indeed wear them with large print advertising companies.

 

But this one is rather subtle.

 

I have to say it is not really original. This other one ( round neck) is pretty popular amongst the other subculture I am part of.

 

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Picturer, if you scroll the thread a little bit up this would be clearer to you.

 

Forum member Adam Woodhouse says that the reason why this might be offerd at such a low price in Canada is because the V neck in Canada /Usa is seen as a "feminine cut”.

 

I was amazed by such a thing and asked around and paid attention to see if anyone over here thinks the same of this particular fashion statement.

 

I concluded that in the NL this is not the case. Then I found a video on you tube where American boys and girls discuss this thing, and, amazing though it seems, it appears to be true.

 

There is a bias against the V neck in Canada and the US. I never knew that and I am somewhat puzzled by it hence my referring to this.

 

I wan’t talking of your post but referring to another before of yours. 

 

Beige is also a color not ostracized in  several countries of mainland Europe.

 

Problem with these shirts is they are a v-neck which is more of a woman's cut than a men's cut.  I was given one of these by a Fuji rep at the launch of the XT2 and when I wore it I thought the v-neck was a bit more of a ladies cut.  Then it was commented to me that the v-neck looked 'unflattering' on me because of it being a very feminine cut.  There are men cut v-necks but usually the 'V' isn't so deep.

 

This may differ by countries/cultures, but in north america this is a great ladies cut, but not common mens cut.

 

Just FYI.

Edited by milandro

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Maybe, but I learned something new today. I never knew that shirts with a V-neck were meant for women (at least in Northern America). Most of my shirts have a V-neck, and here I would consider them unisex Indeed.

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Sadness, no shipping to the US

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