This direction for the $25 black Huel shirt is. the. worst. It is absolutely ridiculous that (1) the directions are listed in a second set of care directions that you scroll down to after “Tumble dry on low heat.” is listed in the part you can see, (2) are only listed on the webpage and not in any insert on the shirt or cryptic symbols on the shirt, and (3) matter more for one color than the other because the materials aren’t the same. I ran my new black (XXL) and grey (XL) shirts through the wash yesterday and the XXL is now a L, while the XL is exactly the same size. Both on extra low heat, but the black simply could not handle it. It’s hard to believe that Huel is selling a 96% cotton t-shirt, touted as “simple” and “durable” that you basically have to iron if you don’t want to lose a size or two, with important (not simple) instructions “buried” on the webpage, for $25. And this is “version 2.0?” Help me here. Am I alone in finding this to be almost comically inept?
EDIT: yes, the shirt was free, so it’s no big loss, but any plans I had to buy another are down the drain (washing pun!) now. I’ve just never seen a t-shirt over-engineered to be less effective than one you could buy at Target