I like them longer too but AA shirts are smaller everywhere else. I barely fit into a male XL and I don’t think it’s possible for anyone to fit in a female XL unless it’s a young child around 5-7 years old.
While I do agree with @narfcake about the blanket statement, I also agree with @cengland0 that the women’s AA shirts seem ridiculously small. I mean, my nine-year-old son’s Meh shirts (WS) barely fit him and a medium only kind of fits my eleven-year-old daughter. Both are pretty average sized kids for their ages, too. I know there are adult women whose waists are as small as my daughter’s though, and they should have options that fit them. Adult women who are on the larger side (like me) should also have options and that doesn’t really happen with the women’s AA line.
@cengland0 Late seeing this. I’m built like a Amazonian hour glass. I like the longer length of the AA shirts and don’t like lots of fabric bunched around my waist or under my arms. I can wear their women’s medium or large. If the print is dyed in I can go with the medium. If the print is a vinyl paint sort of thing, I’ll go with the large to keep the paint from being stretched & cracked.
The blanks shirt.woot switched to were too short for me for tucking in, oddly belled at the bottom, and the neckline was funky after a wash or two.
I’d appreciate being able to have a t cut for a woman’s figure that isn’t bulky all over (especially under the arms).
I haven’t bought any in years, but way back in the day, my first roller derby jersey/shirt was printed on Bella blanks. I loved them and they held up to a lot of abuse. I, of course, have no idea if these are the same blanks or material that we got back in 2009, but if so, I wouldn’t have any issues with this switch.