Best Mens Crew Neck Sweatshirts in 2021
Gildan Men's Fleece Crewneck Sweatshirt, White Medium
Hanes Men's Ecosmart Fleece Sweatshirt, Light Steel, Medium
- Made with a portion of recycled polyester
- Patented low-pill fabric
- Lay flat collar keeps its shape wash after wash
- All the comfort of Hanes with our famous tag-free label
Champion Men's Powerblend Pullover Sweatshirt, Oxford Grey, Medium
- Classic long-sleeve crew-neck pullover sweatshirt featuring ribbed trims and tonal embroidered logo at chest.
- Reduced pilling and shrinkage for a great look wash after wash
- Wider rib cuff and bottom hem
- Soft fabric is brushed inside for added warmth
Hanes Men's Ultimate Heavyweight Fleece Sweatshirt, Black, Large
- Cotton-rich heavyweight fleece resists pilling
- Our heaviest, warmest fleece is ideal for keeping out the cold
- Patented low-pill fabric
Amazon Essentials Men's Long-Sleeve Crewneck Fleece Sweatshirt, Black, Large
- Made in China
- This soft terry cotton crewneck sweatshirt is a go-to layer for workouts and lounging
- Printed tag
- Everyday made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort
- Model is 6'2" and wearing size Medium
Carhartt Men's Crewneck Pocket Sweatshirt (Regular and Big & Tall Sizes), Black, Large
- Original fit
- 10.5-Ounce, 50% Cotton/50% Polyester
- Front-neck v-patch
- Left-chest pocket with sewn-on Carhartt label
- Stretchable, spandex-reinforced rib-knit cuffs and waistband
- sleeve type: Long Sleeve
Champion Men's Authentic Originals Sueded Fleece Sweatshirt, Blue Jazz Heather, Large
- Fleece is sueded outside, incredibly soft inside
- Ribbed crewneck, cuffs, waistband and v-notch
- Woven twill back neck taping
- Triple-needle stitching throughout for durability
- Forward shoulders; relaxed waistband
Champion Men's Graphic Powerblend Fleece Crew, Black Script, Large
- Better fit. Wider rib cuffs and hem
- Soft comfortable fabric. A percentage of recycled fibers used in making the fabric
Hanes Men's Pullover EcoSmart Fleece Hooded Sweatshirt, ash, Large
- Cozy 7.8-ounce fleece made with up to 5 percent polyester created from recycled plastic
- Pill-resistant fabric with high-stitch density for durability
- Cozy hood with dyed-to-match adjustable draw cord
- Ribbed waistband and cuffs, split kangaroo pocket
Russell Athletic Men's Dri-Power Fleece Sweatshirt, Black Heather, Large
- Russell Athletic, the pioneer, inventor and created of the Sweatshirt
- Medium-weight 9 oz fleece keeps in body heat so you can stay warm
- Dri-Power technology wicks sweat away, keeping you warm and dry
- Ribbed waistband and cuffs provide a comfortable, secure fit
- V-notch at the crew neck adds modern detail to this timeless athletic staple
Crew Neck to Scoop Neck T-Shirt Neckline Conversion
Easy directions to tailor and convert a crewneck T-shirt into a flattering scoop neck.
Graphic crew-neck T-shirt
Flattering scoop-neck T-shirt for pattern
Matching T-shirt to cut up for binding
Scissors, thread, ruler, sewing machine with zig-zag stitch
Choose the T-Shirt Neckline
Tuck the crew neck T-shirt inside the scoop-neck T-shirt, lining up the back tags and shoulder seams. Using the chalk, trace the new neckline onto the crew neck T-shirt. Trace about ½" inside the neckline to allow some "wiggle room." The neck will stretch slightly during the sewing process, and you can always trim a little more away later. Try the shirt on and make sure the chalk line falls a little inside where you want the new neckline, and that the graphic won't be trimmed away. Trim the unwanted part of the neckline away, and try the shirt on again carefully for fit. Trim a little more if needed. Remember the neckline fit will be looser without the tight crew-neck binding.
Prepare the Neck Binding
Trim the bottom off the old t-shirt. Cut a strip of fabric one inch wide across the bottom of the shirt. Notice which way the edges of the fabric are curling. Starting at the back of the neck, pin the underlayer to the inside of the raw neckline all the way around with the edges curling out and ½" of the fabric exposed. Overlap the edges of the strip slightly and trim off the excess.
Sew the New T-Shirt Neckline
Using a zig-zag stitch, sew the strip to the T-shirt neckline ¼ inch from the edge. Trim the excess threads, and trim away any excess binding from the inside. Wash the T-shirt and tumble dry briefly to encourage the neckline to curl further. Enjoy wearing!
Use a contrasting fabric color for the under layer binding, or even two stacked strips of fabric. Use the same treatment on the sleeves and bottom of the T-shirt for further contrast.
Use a contrasting thread color to highlight the seams for even more of a deconstructed look.
Save strips of the under layer T-shirt to tie knots in the bottom of the T-shirt for a fitted look.
Cut the bottom of the T-shirt into 2" fringe and knot the individual strips.