Men's Short Sleeve Tees Sizing

Size Pit to Pit Chest Sleeve length Body length
XS 18" 36" 18" 24.75"
S 19.75" 39.5" 18.5" 26.25"
M 21.5" 42" 19" 27.75"
L 23.25" 46.5" 19.5" 29.25"
XL 25" 50" 20" 30.75"
XXL 26.75" 53.5" 20.5" 32.25"
Size Pit to Pit Chest Sleeve length Body length
XS 25.72 cm 51.44 cm 45.72 cm 62.87 cm
S
50.17 cm
100.34 cm 46.99 cm 66.68 cm
M
54.61 cm
109.22 cm 48.26 cm 70.49 cm
L
59.06 cm
118.12 cm 49.53 cm 74.3 cm
XL
63.5 cm
127 cm 50.8 cm 78.11 cm
XXL
67.95 cm
135.9 cm 52.07 cm 81.92 cm

Chest

Measure under your arms around the fullest part of your chest.

Arm Length

Bend your elbow around a 90 degree angle. Have someone hold measuring tape at the center back of your neck. Measure across your shoulder to your elbow and down to your wrist. The total length is your arm length.

Body Length

Measurement from the top of the shoulder seam to the bottom of the shirt.

The Wooden Spoon Tee - Orange

100% Cotton Tee - $55

The Wooden Spoon Tee - Orange

100% Cotton Tee $55

Notes

100% cotton tee screenprinted with Wooden Spoon photo.

Provenance

The custom of the wooden spoon dates back to the late 18th century at The University of Cambridge. The light-hearted award was given to the student who received the lowest exam marks but still earned an honours degree in mathematics. From 1910 onward, however, the exam results were given in alphabetical order rather than score order, so it was impossible to tell who had the lowest score. The last wooden spoon, pictured here, was presented to Cuthbert Lempriere Holthouse, an oarsman of the Lady Margaret Boat Club, home of the original blazer. The last spoon’s handle is shaped like an oar and is inscribed with a Greek epigram that translates as "In Honours Mathematical, This is the very last of all The Wooden Spoons which you see here; O you who see it, shed a tear."

Size & Fit

Unisex. Runs true to size (men's sizes).


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