I am quite disappointed in the material used to make the Men's soft washed thermal long sleeves in present day. In 2018 they were made with 59% cotton 40% polyester and 1% spandex. Since 2019 - present they are now made with 59% cotton 39% polyester and 2% spandex. This very minute change is actually a huge difference in the feel. The former material for these shirts were thick and the latter material make them very thin. Thermal is supposed to be warm not cool. I live in Michigan and we have very cold winters. This year is supposed to be bad, lots of snow from December 2020-February 2021 and very cold. I've had to resort to buying men's thermal shirts at Gap which I don't like bc the sleeves are slightly shorter than Old Navy and they are 100% cotton which is little thicker than the latter material used to make the thermal shirts at Old Navy, but I like the men's clothing at Old Navy better. I am a female with long arms and a long torso as I am 5"11" and men's clothing is the only winter clothing I can wear.
Please please can you go make to making the soft washed thermal longs sleeves to 59% cotton, 40% polyester and 1% spandex or however you can make the thicker?
Yea when we get Old Navy donations cloth we throw them in ben and pass them .cheap made ,walmart clothes are better .