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  1. What is your favorite Port & Company t-shirt? I ordered a variety to try out. Men's / Unisex PC55 PC61 PC150 PC54 Women's LPC55 LPC150 I was thinking about getting something with a removable tag so I could add our own tagless label. Trying to keep the cost as low as possible for a decent everyday t-shirt. Fitting as expected and shrinkage are also concerns. It looks like the PC150 is the cheapest in the Port & Co. lineup. Another option might be the Gildan G500. SanMar lists the G500 as having a tearaway label. Is that true? I have what I thought was a G500 t-shirt in my closet, but the seam ripped when I tore the label out. I know you can cut them off, but tearaway would be nicer.