Men’s Venice Burnout Notch Neck Tee Shirt

(10 customer reviews)

$12.99

  • 51% Polyester, 49% Cotton
  • Imported
  • No Closure closure
  • Machine Wash
  • Two button notch neck
  • Short sleeves
  • Burnout fabric
  • Tonal stitching
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Last updated on February 26, 2022 5:28 pm

Additional information

Package Dimensions

12.85 x 11.05 x 2.45 inches, 5.43 Ounces

Item model number

7M62161

Department

Mens

Date First Available

April 22, 2020

Manufacturer

Lucky Brand

10 reviews for Men’s Venice Burnout Notch Neck Tee Shirt

  1. JSJ

    I passed these up for my BF Oct. birthday based on reviews that seemed more negative, but they seemed so cute, so I ordeI red for Christmas. My BF likes a looser fit ( not clingy around the waist), and the XL fit him perfectly. He is 5′ 10″ and about 190, kind of a big boned, square guy, and they do not cling to him. We certainly did not notice any weird smell, like some reviewer said, and I don’t know how they would possibly pill, like some other reviewer said. I ordered Cowhide, Frost Grey and Olive, and he loves them all, and I do, too. We like the notch neck with the button detail and the fact that they are distressed looking. A perfect choice for him! The fabric is nice and not too thin.

  2. Andrew J. Keegan

    UPDATE:After just 3 washes these shirst are falling apart. I ordered five. They also pill after just one wash – on the inside. Would not buy again.

    Had no idea what to expect having never worn this brand. Right out of the package this shirt was the softest I’ve ever felt. I tried it on (XL) and it fit perfect – not to tight, not to lose. I was a bit worried when I washed it but zero shrinkage. It really does look good fellas. Gonna order a couple more.

  3. Amazon Customer

    There are times when I wonder how an item can possibly have such a high rating, and this is one of those times.

    #1 The fit I found to be pretty accurate. I wear a large, I bought a large, the fit was what it should have been.

    #2 The material…..Garbage, I could honestly push my finger through this shirt if I felt like it, It is that thin.

    #3 I washed this shirt one time when I received it. I don’t like wearing brand new clothes that haven’t been washed. I washed in cold water, and tumbled dry. Another reviewer on Amazon posted a photo of the inside of his dryer caked in blue material. Well, guess what… When I pulled this shirt out of the dryer I had to grab a container of Clorox wipes and wipe all this material out of my dryer. The lent filter was just packed with the material.

    All in all I have nothing positive to say about this piece of clothing. I certainly would not recommend it to anyone.

  4. dristas

    I love these shirts. I have bought more than one. They are so comfortable and fit great! I have many colors of the same shirt. The only is I would recommend not drying them in the dryer. It says on the shirt that you can dry them in the dryer but it does lose a lot of lint off the shirts. So after each wash and dryer cycle it gets a little thinner and see through. These are totally great shirts though. That is the only drawback. I still wear them, but I know eventually I will have to discard them because I don’t want to go around wearing a see-through shirt. But until then, these are the only shirts I wear they are so comfortable for any weather.

  5. Tom Kauffman

    Let me say that I really like this shirt. The look is exactly what I want and the comfort is perfect to sleep in and hang out at home. Unfortunately, this shirt is not what it used to be. When I first bought this style from Lucky they were THICK and beefy tees. I bought a half dozen white and a half dozen navy blue (and navy blue was navy blue). When it was time to order again the shirts were much less material. They start to form little beads (and that’s wash only, no drying) and they SHED really bad. I began noticing a blue dusty substance in my bathroom. I didn’t know what was happening, then I traced it to the shirts. So, if you like the look, you’ll like the fit and the comfort. Doubt these will last a year before I toss them which is sad considering what I paid for them and what they used to be…

  6. Prometheus-on-fire

    I have to say I really like this shirt, and bought another one because I liked it so much. It’s designed to fade and look like it’s old in a short period of time, and it feels like it’s been your favorite shirt for years. It’s also cut and drapes really well if you have a body to show off.
    HOWEVER, it definitely pills up, and retains some body odor which can be frustrating.
    I have a shaver gadget for removing the fuzz, without it, it wouldn’t look cool, it would look like trash.
    I think you need to have a shaver or something as well if you buy this shirt, wash inside out to keep the fuzz down.
    Still, I like it so much I had to give it 4 stars

  7. Cuyo E.J.

    Mmmh… el color real de la playera que llegó, es 10 veces mas deslavada que el color que viene en la foto promocional. Ademas, es muy ligero el material, digamos que para el verano, no para otoño/invierno. No la devuelvo por la flojera de hacer todo el tramite. Pero definitivamente en tienda, no la hubiera escogido.

  8. David Rees

    Love this brand and the feel !

  9. Paul

    The shirt looks good until you wash it. Then the fun begins. It gets little cotton balls in it and its as if you washed it a million times. I line dry all of my close so they last longer. I recommend you have this T-shirt dry cleaned if you want it to last at least a week. But seriously the material is as described but if you are serious about your t-shirts looking good this one is not for the washing machine.

  10. Steve

    It’s a beautiful design that shows off my muscular body very nicely. I wear this shirt most of the summer since I like to look my best. But after only two months and one washing it’s very much faded, and stretched out, and the material has pilled heavily. I returned my first shirt as defective but the replacement did the same. Once they age I tend to use them as workout shirts before discarding. These “burnout shirts” have a short life span.

    BTW, I got a couple more of these at the Lucky Brand outlet for $14 each, which is less than half the cost on Amazon.

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