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Gallantoro 'Brando' Classic Crew

Indigo Blue
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✓ Australian Made
✓ Classic, Comfortable, Masculine
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Step into timeless style with the Gallantoro 'Brando' Classic Crew. Made in Australia with a classic athletic fit and luxurious blend of cotton and elastane, this crew shirt will have you standing out from the crowd of run of the mill t-shirts that don't fit or feel right.

  • 90% Cotton, 10% Elastane 
  • Australian Made 
  • Masculine Fit / not too slim, not baggy
  • No Sweat Shop or Fast Fashion Exploits
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48cm 50.5cm 53cm 55.5cm 58cm
72.6cm 73.8cm 75cm 76.2cm 77.4cm

The History of Men's Tee-Shirts

The earliest T-shirt dates back to sometime between the 1898 Spanish-American War and 1904, when the Cooper Underwear Company ran a magazine ad announcing a new product for bachelors. In the "before" photo, a man averts his eyes from the camera as if embarrassed; he has lost all the buttons on his undershirt and has safety-pinned its flaps together. In the "after" photo, a virile gentleman wears a "bachelor undershirt" stretchy enough to be pulled over the head. "No safety pins — no buttons — no needle — no thread", ran the slogan aimed at men with no wives who lacked sewing skills. It was at this time that the U.S. Navy started issuing them as standard undershirts. 

U.S. Navy started issuing them as standard undershirts

Classic Men's Undershirt

The t-shirt has become an essential item of clothing in modern times. It's so ubiquitous in world culture that we often forget how relatively new it is. The origins of the t-shirt can also be traced back to the late 19th century when laborers would cut their jumpsuits in half to keep cool during warmer months. It wasn't until 1920 that the term "t-shirt" was added to the English dictionary, thanks to F. Scott Fitzgerald's use of the word in his novel This Side of Paradise.

Steve McQueen Tee Shirt

Although the t-shirt was created in the early 20th century, it was primarily worn as an undershirt until Marlon Brando and James Dean popularized it as a standalone outerwear garment. Brando's appearance in A Streetcar Named Desire in 1950, followed by James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause in 1955, brought the t-shirt to the forefront of fashion, and it became associated with rebellion.

James Dean Tee Shirt

Marlon Brando Tee Shirt


Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews

One of the rare times I have received an item as advertised. Fitted yet comfortable, awesome quality. So happy.

Australian made, premium quality

Love the tee, great quality and very comfortable. It’s stretchy and feels great. Really good price too for something Australian made. Highly recommend.

Deluxe quality product!

The shirt quality is beautiful and a timeless design. Fabric is very comfortable and a well fitted design. Can’t wait for more colours. Would buy more for sure!

Rob S
Comfort +++

Great fit and very comfortable. ….love it will be buying more , highly recommended

Steven Duncan
Brando white T-Shirt

recently purchase the Brando white Tee. The colour is a very pure white and the fit is amazing. Best of all the material they are made from feels great and you can really tell it is a quality product. Cannot wait to wear in summer with a tan👍 will be purchasing more