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"Instead of small, medium, and large, Stantt offers 75 sizes that are all named after streets in New York City, where the shirts are made."
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"Realizing the flaws in the existing sizing system, Stantt used 3D body scans of more than 1,000 men to create a line of casual shirts that fit like they're tailored..."
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"Usually, getting off-the-rack shirts with S, M, L labeling is a bust for most of us…using 3-d body-scan data, Stantt has over 50 sizes guaranteed to fit pretty much any man."
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"With over 50 different sizes modeled after body scans, Stantt wants to provide a quick and less expensive alternative to custom-tailored clothing."
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"The best part is the price…around $98 when they launch. That’s what we pay for a shirt off the rack at most mall stores and our sleeves still resemble arms of Orangutans."
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"I guess the message to men out there is that size matters"
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"Two style-conscious friends crowdsource their crusade for better-tailored men's shirts made with the help of technology. Size really does matter, they say."
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"A new menswear company is basing its business model on the premise that most men's shirts don't fit. "
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"The result is over 50 unconventional shirt sizes that are based on the combination of a wearer's chest size, waist size, and arm length (rather than whether you're a small or medium), allowing them to offer clothing at a much affordable price than custom tailoring services."
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"Instead of offering just a handful of sizes ranging from XS to XL, Stantt’s DataFit shirts come in over 50 sizes, each conceived using millions of data points from 3D body scans of guys."
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