In the 19th century, as the bottom part wore out, frugal individuals would cut through the one piece “union” suit with the top long enough to tuck into pants. Since this was a great idea for staying dressed but comfortable in the heat, the idea apparently hailed from the Southeast. This is the home of many, many great ideas (except for the Civil War). More on that later.
Tees are most often made of cotton that has been knitted in a jersey stitch and have an amazingly soft feel. The best ones (you know the ones I mean) get softer and more comfortable with every washing. Remind me to show you a picture of an over-sized tee that I have been sleeping in, off and on, for twenty years. And, yes, it is threadbare. But, oh so comfy.
What we promise you is that we won’t sell you a tee that we wouldn’t wear, over and over and over.