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RODGRODMEDFLOD SparkPoints: (448,273)
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8/20/13 11:49 A

How tall is he? That helps in making a recommendation:)

RICKINTN70 Posts: 120
8/6/13 3:47 P

Some areas have Casual Male XL, Destination XL, and Rochester Big and Tall stores

KENDILYNN SparkPoints: (22,883)
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8/3/13 1:18 A

My brother used to buy all his clothes @ casual male, because even stores with a "big& tall" department didn't carry 6X-T(!) But I remember many of the larger JCPenney's stores had a big & tall department that would carry XL-T when I needed to shop for my dad dad or grandpa.

ROCK_CLIMBER2 Posts: 328
8/2/13 3:33 P

I usually have difficulty finding tall t shirts. the only place that I have good luck is a casual male xl and that type of store. good luck

WADINGMOOSE Posts: 1,048
7/8/13 1:17 P

My husband has been doing an amazing job losing size lately. We're planning a trip to Vegas in August and I'm pretty sure he's going to need new clothes and he's planning to shop in Vegas. We're from Canada and he pretty much always shops at the same 2 stores here because he knows they have tall sizes.

There are a LOT of stores that carry tall sizes only online, can any of you suggest stores that are likely to have tall sizes in store? He actually likes shopping most of the time and I'd really like him to be able to find things long enough and not get frustrated. He'll likely be an XLT in shirts by the time we go, if that helps.

Edited by: WADINGMOOSE at: 7/8/2013 (13:18)
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