100% combed cotton jersey
Marle colours are made from Poly-Cotton
Ok let me be real. I’m a man. I don’t care much about what the shirt is made of. I do like to have a variety of colours, but it’s not a deal breaker for me. I don’t pay attention to the little details.
I look at a few simple things. One is whether or not I can afford it. If it’s affordable it automatically makes the list. The second is whether or not it’s comfortable. I may be a man, but I don’t like wearing shirts that make me miserable. My final, and probably most important, factor is whether or not I can just wash and wear it.
I need easy and simple. If I have to go to a lot of trouble it will end up hanging in the closet never being worn. I’ve learned that the hard way. I bought these with that in mind and I’m happy to say they meet all three of my requirements.
I bought a bundle of these shirts to wear to work and I really like them. I’ve owned a lot of polos in my life and I’ve tried about every type of material that they could possibly be made of.
My favourite, by far, is the jersey fabric. I like that it doesn’t lose shape easily. So many shirts I’ve bought in my life have become deformed with a lot of wear and washing. That never happens with my shirts made of jersey. They are also the most comfortable shirts that I have.
The material just feels softer than the ones that I’ve found made with polyester. I know that everyone has a preference but I doubt I’ll buy work shirts with anything but jersey fabric from now on.
I really do like it that much better. It’s great that there are a lot of colours because I like to have a little variety in my life.