Many men like wearing (extra) long men's T-shirts. Why is that? That has everything to do with the purpose for which the T-shirts are used. And of course whether you have an average height or are taller than average.
As you may know, Dutch men are getting taller. So it's not surprising that more and more men are looking for long T-shirts. Seems pretty self-explanatory to us. If you are tall, you need a long shirt. But a man's height isn't the only reason the demand for long T-shirts is on the rise. That also has to do with what it's used for. So what do you need a long T-shirt for?
Long T-shirts are ideal to wear as undershirts
This is to do with the following: you want your T-shirt to stay in your trousers. For example, when you bend down, and throughout the day. There's nothing more annoying than having to tuck your shirt back in your trousers all the time, especially if you're wearing it under a regular, or long, shirt. That looks terrible after a while, with that weird bump sticking out of your trousers.
(Extra) long T-shirts are ideal. They just stay in your trousers better, it's as simple as that. That is also the reason that Undiemeister T-shirts all have extra length. And it would be slightly disappointing if, after one wash, those T-shirts were suddenly no longer long T-shirts, which is why you bought them in the first place, right? Undiemeister®️ T-shirts, made of Mellowood®️ as you know, are fortunately virtually shrink-free. Please note: wash your T-shirt correctly, thirty degrees is warm enough, trust us.