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How to Find a Comfortable Work T-Shirt

Learn how to find the most comfortable work shirts with Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

When you’re on the job, you need a durable work shirt. On the other hand, you want to be comfortable, too. That’s where Blain’s Farm & Fleet comes in. We offer durable, yet comfortable women’s and men’s work shirts from brands top workwear brands like Carhartt, Dickies and Work n’ Sport. To find the perfect work shirts, you have to keep a few things in mind.

How to find comfortable work shirts
Combine comfort, style and durability with work shirts at Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

Material – Work shirts should be made from comfortable materials and fabrics that still allow you to get the job done. Most work shirts are made from cotton or a cotton/polyester blend. Cotton is quite breathable and soft, while polyester is durable. That’s what makes them perfect for workwear.

Tagless Neck Label – While you may not think the neck label of a shirt is a big deal, it can be when your neck is itchy and scratchy all day long. Brands like Carhartt and Dickies offer scrubs, work shirts and more with tagless labels. They provide maximum comfort throughout the work day.

The Right Size – Nothing feels better than a work shirt that actually fits you. Choosing the right size shirt is crucial. Too small, and you’ll be confined with minimal movement. Too big, and it can be a safety hazard. That’s why at Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we carry men’s work shirts in sizes small all the way up to 5XL. We even carry tall sizes. We also have work clothes ranging from misses to women’s sizes.

Of course, wearing a work t-shirt alone won’t always protect you on the job. It’s best to layer it with long sleeve work shirts or outerwear. At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you’ll find all your workwear needs. From work gloves to work boots, we have the tough quality clothing to get the job done.


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