Amazon Essentials Men's Big & Tall Long-Sleeve Linen Cotton Shirt fit by DXL
- This classic, versatile shirt provides a clean, buttoned-up look perfect for any occasion
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And it even dawned on me, that, by exchanging the same item of the same size shirt, repeatedly, that quite possibly, I could receive a previously exchanged item, that had actually been somebody else's return. And that makes a lot of sense; otherwise Amazon would find itself with a bigger pile of returned clothing, than the inventory that's in its buckets. And returns can't be sold as a new item, with tags and bags missing and what-not.
I suspect also, that Amazon's system logic is so well fined tuned, that I'd swear, the shirt I received today, is the exact same shirt I had already returned to Amazon, earlier last month.
I have the unfortunate circumstance to be unwittingly, between two sizes. For myself and as for many other people, clothing that fits, could be a size up or down, depending on the manufacturer.
And there are many manufactures that can't be relied on to provide clothing that is actually the size marked on the tag.
But there are even off-shore companies that sell clothing to U.S. customers, that is tagged, at, say a XXL but the garment is actually three sizes smaller, than what's indicated on the tag.
Controls need to be put in place and trade practices enforced, requiring import garment manufacturers and suppliers, comply in strict adherence, to typical U.S. garment industry sizing ( "true-to-tag" ). and manufacturing standards.
Industry-wide manufacturing standards are by far, inconsistent, in the amount and quality of fabric, the cut and stitching that goes into making an acceptable garment, specific in size and quality. Overseas sizes and processes vary greatly and are mostly to blame, for the industry's wide size inconsistencies and consumer uncertainty, when purchasing clothing. Imports should be required to comply with basic U.S. garment industry sizing and manufacturing standards.
And as for Amazon's finely tuned logistics and computer logarithms, the shirt that I had returned once before, quite possibly came back to me again, today. It arrived unfolded, as if it had just been wadded-up and tossed into the odd-ball bag that it came in.
It's obvious it's not a brand new shirt in new, original condition, in its factory packaging.
What kills me, is that, Amazon charged me $30 for it this time--about $5 more.
I suspect that to be my personal, "Amazon- Designated" price. Anyone else looking at the same shirt, likely saw it in used condition, for only $17 bucks.
Now Amazon, I feel that I really want you to know, that I truly regret, that my own clothing size typically falls between two sizes. I struggle much finding clothing that fits me right. However, rest assured, I'm spending my hard-earned money at Amazon, doing so.
Demand More From Importers. Please support "true-to-tag" garment sizing and manufacturing standards, by our overseas garment manufacturing and supply partners.
I can't return because I got it for him as a gift so it passed the return date befire he opened it.
Ordered a size down. Hopefully it'll work better.
If not it'll be returned and I won't try again.