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How Much Does A Shirt Weigh? No Fluff Answer

Learn how much a shirt weighs

How Much Does a Shirt Weigh?


A normal t-shirt weighs between 3oz (85grams) and 7oz (198.5g). The size of the shirt from small, medium, large, extra large and larger will affect the weight. Also the type of fabric that the shirt is made from. Knowing how much a shirt weighs will help you looking to order clothes and dealing with shipping costs.

This is How Much Does a Shirt Weigh? No Fluff Answer.

Welcome to our article on sharing with you how much a shirt weighs. 

The fabric range and size of a sweater or other type of shirt vary too much for us to get a good range for you. However, finding a range between t-shirts, we were happy to share.

How Much Does a Shirt Weigh

How Much Does a Shirt Weigh?

A shirt weighs between 3oz (85grams) and 7oz (198.5g).

This average weight is taken between different T-shirt brands, sizes and fabrics like cotton, spandex, polyester and synthetic. The shirt you are curious about will likely come between these weights if it’s Small, Medium or Large. 

If you want to know how much a shirt that is an XL, XLT, 2XT or any other Tall Men or Big & Tall size, then that shirt will more than likely exceed the 7oz weight. 


A typical t-shirt will weigh between 3-7oz / 85-198.5g.

A 100% cotton shirt can weigh up to 6ox.

A typical shirt weighs between 3-7oz.

A good weight for a shirt all depends on the type of fabric you want. Taking a range of materials, you can find a good weight to be 5oz.

Written and reviewed by
Tall Paul
Tall Paul
Paul Marlow, standing at an impressive 6'7 (201cm) and weighing 225lb (102kg), is a mental health speaker, fashion expert, and ex-athlete who excels at helping tall men find well-fitting clothing and teaching them how to style it effectively. As a model in the fashion and film industries, Paul shares his expertise in tall men's fashion, offering valuable advice on measurements, tailoring, and alterations. In addition, he founded Never Alone, an organization that provides mental health and therapy inspiration, and started the Mental Growth Newsletter to support those facing mental health challenges, drawing from his own experiences.

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