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Stantt Uses 3D Body Scans to Make Shirts That Fit Perfectly

Stantt Uses 3D Body Scans to Make Shirts That Fit Perfectly

Stantt Shirt

Shirts that aren’t the right size for your body don’t just look bad; they’re also uncomfortable. You can study size charts all you want, but unless you’re getting a shirt that’s made to order, then chances are you won’t really find a shirt that’ll fit you perfectly.

Cue Stantt and their revolutionary approach that’ll fit you in one of over fifty available sizes that were created using 3D body scan data as a reference. Matt Hornbuckle and Kirk Keel, who are behind Stantt, hope to change how clothes are tailored, and for now, they’re setting their sights on the casual button-up shirt.

The duo want to do away with the usual S/M/L sizing that’s available for most brands so you can find the right size that actually fits your body. Each shirt is crafted by hand in the USA and your size will be determined using DataFit Technology. All you’ll have to do is provide them with your chest, waist, and sleeve length measurements, and they’ll check the database and tailor you a shirt that’ll fit your body best.

Stantt shirts are currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $78 will get you one of your very own.