Antoinette T-Shirt: Supple and Soft Against the Skin
The Antoinette round-necked T-shirt sits perfectly and has a fantastic fit. The T-shirt feels soft and comfortable against the skin thanks to finest Pima cotton.
- Produced to Oeko-Tex® Standard 100
- 95% cotton (Pima), 5% elastane
Made in Europe
Although I have a French name, I come from a clothing manufacturer in the European part of Turkey.
This family company, founded in 1978, creates high-quality T-shirts such as me with a great passion for detail, as well as other T-shirts and underwear models from the BLACKSOCKS range.
Finest Pima cotton
It is not just the origins of us T-shirts which are important – the materials used to make us are also vital. Ultimately, we are worn all day next to your skin.
I am therefore made of 95% high-quality Pima cotton, better known as the silk of South America. This guarantees a lasting softness and comfort when worn.
5% elastane ensures that I sit perfectly against the body and remain comfortable all day long.
100% good for the skin
I am good for you and your skin. This is borne out by the ‘Oeko-Tex® Standard 100’ I am entitled to wear.
This standard guarantees that I am 100% skin-friendly and allergy-tested. This is important, since we often forget that T-shirts are worn directly against the skin, in a damp and warm climate subjected to friction.
Popular since 2007
Ever since BLACKSOCKS launched its own T-shirt collection in the spring of 2007, I have been one of the most popular T-shirts. I have been available with the same cut and high level of quality ever since.
Anyone who has already fallen for me has nothing to worry about: I will not be disappearing from the BLACKSOCKS range any time soon, and will be providing a comfortable fit to plenty more men.
Good does not have to be expensive
Cotton prices have been rising since 2007. Value added tax rates have increased. Competing products have become more expensive. I used to be cheaper to send. However, my price has never changed.
With me, you can still enjoy 2007 prices every day.