Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This is a discussion on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Really enjoy his show and the "bowling" shirts that he wears are pretty nice looking. Does anyone know what brand they are? I don't want ...

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    Really enjoy his show and the "bowling" shirts that he wears are pretty nice looking. Does anyone know what brand they are? I don't want the goofy looking eyes or the price of the Tommy Bahama's. I'm just looking for ones that are business casual or a night at the movies with Momma. I have been watching ebay as well as Pac-Sun. Thanks.

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    Head to Target or WalMart...you can get lots of $60 print shirts for a third of the price...and they'll look great. OMO
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    Seeing as you are in TX, I bought some of my better quality shirts at places like Bass Pro (and they weren't TB's, and only paid 19.00 for them), found a few good ones at Academy (9.99 - 19.00) and at Gander Mountain (15.99 - 19.99). Very nice quality. These included prints as well as plain. Textured print to oxford cloth.

    Haven't found the same kind of quality at WalMart or Target.

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    Google "Camp shirts". You will find plenty, from 10 dollars to 210 dollars.

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    Kohls usually has a good selection of "Camp Shirts"

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    What I do is keep my eyes open in the late summer and early fall at nice department stores like Macy's, Nordstrom, and the like. About that time they will clear their nice silk shirts out, taking $50-75 shirts and marking them down into the $10-20 range. When I find deals like that I get as many as I can afford.
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    If you're willing to go the route of Hawaiian "camp" shirts, ParadiseClothingCo.com has lots of choices for under $40. Prices go higher, certainly, but you'll get somewhat similar designs at one-fourth the prices of Tori Richard and the like.
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    I prefer the Cubavera brand. They are a little more pricey, but they last longer than others I have bought. Also they don't have the skull pictures or anything overly goofy on them, but there are some that have palm tree prints so be careful.

    Not that there is anything with palm tree prints, I don't want to start an argument for anyone who wears Hawaiian shirts
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    I think that he finds them in the Tony Soprano section of the mens department.
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    Beall's. I got 10 for about $100 on sale.
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    Off topic: There's something about this guy that I can't stand. I have tried to watch the show but I must change the channel when I see him. It's not his shirts. I much prefer Alton Brown's Good Eats.

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    As mentioned above, Camp Shirt is the name of the game!

    My wife will buy me shirts at Penney's or Kohl's and bring them home to try out. I put them on while carrying and she inspects me for printing. We've learned that shirts sure vary a lot in terms of the cut...you pretty much have to try them on while carrying to make a good decision.
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