The HomeiT is a ultra-soft, ultra-comfy unisex T-shirt that will be one of the most comfortable shirts you've ever owned. Exchanges are no fun for anyone involved, so we’ve created this page to try and help you get the perfect size.
Find your chest size below to help you get the right fit.
Feel free to review the photos below of a man and woman trying on their correct size, as well as one size too large. He is 5′ 10″ and weighs 175 lbs, and she is 5′ 7″ and weighs 130 lbs.
The following description is not an aproximate view of a childs size, but is meant to proivde you with some direction. If the 10 year old size appears to be too small, go with an adult extra small.
49 - 52 pounds, 48 - 50 inches tall, 26 inch chest (Measure under arms around the fullest part of the chest.)
54 - 62 pounds, 51 - 54 inches tall, 27 inch chest (Measure under arms around the fullest part of the chest.)
Home. It’s the place you long to be, or the place you can’t imagine leaving. No matter which, there’s no place like it.
We get it. And The Home T helps you show off your home state pride, stylishly.
Our shirts are insanely soft, and our products are Made in the USA. But beyond making things we think you’ll love, we have a greater purpose than just spreading happiness with cotton.
Our Donation to Multiple Sclerosis Research
Multiple sclerosis is a nasty disease that can impact anyone, at just about anytime, and comes in many shapes and sizes. It’s a disease that impacts our founders’ family, which is one of the many reasons we donate a minimum of 10% of profits to multiple sclerosis research.
Watching a loved one deal with something such as multiple sclerosis can leave you feeling helpless, even though you’d like nothing more than to help them. Our commitment to funding multiple sclerosis research is an effort to help, in the one way we know we can.
Our donation is made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and is specifically earmarked for research. In 2013 the Society honored The Home T by giving us their Cause Marketing Partner of the Year award, and we couldn’t have been happier.
We know that our efforts are just a drop in the bucket, but as you know, if you get enough drops in the bucket, it will eventually become full.
Missing Home. My Story.
From having Chick-fil-A (my favorite) within my reach to the cookie shop in the local mall that my grandmother took me to as a child, to sweet tea, there were so many things I was going to miss from the place I called home. It was May of 2010. I had sold my car and a large part of my belongings, and was watching the moving truck pull out of my driveway. This was the beginning of my journey of moving to New York City, which meant North Carolina, my home, was about to become a memory.
New York City is an amazing place to live, and it’s brought about many great things, including my wife, but it doesn’t have the same comfortable feeling that you can relate to at home. Nor does it have the BBQ, but that’s an entirely different story.
That feeling of missing home is part of what prompted the creation of The Home T.
Founder, The Home T