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Now Men Have a V-Neck Alternative: Meet the Blunt Neck

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Poor guys. They're style choices are so limited that they must obsess over small tweaks. And poor brands. All they want to do is tap the menswear market, but they have so few things to work with so they end up reinventing the wheel. Or in Blunt Neck's case, the v-neck. The t-shirt company has created one that, "features a wide neckline that does not constrict your neck while not having such a deep cut as in the case of most vnecks." Translation: You won't look like a fucking hipster. They cost about $50 a pop but look at all the advantages.

· Blunt Neck [Official Site]
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