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We publish a lot of stories around premium basics. If there’s a brand out there making good blank t-shirts, we wanna try it out. Our latest shipment came from Buck Mason, a label producing easy-to-wear garments, entirely made in America. The cotton is grown in North Carolina and then cut and sewn in a factory in Los Angeles.

The fit is slightly slim with just enough detail to keep things interesting. The bottom hem is contoured, creating an interesting shape while the neckline is slightly loose around the jugular. We got ahold of the Venice Tee Collection, a set of enzyme-washed pima t’s that were garment-dyed in an array of dusty, muted tones.

So, what makes these special? The price. Considering origins and quality, $28 is a damn good deal for super soft pima cotton. If you need a go-to tee, this might be it. Learn more and shop directly from Buck Mason.

Words by Thomas Welch
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