This is a Gildan 50/50 t-shirt. If you haven't become aware of the different makers of shirts and their fit/feel I hope this helps somewhat.
Gildan's are the budget friendly but solid shirt. Does budget friendly mean cheap? No. Does any shirt really ever truly last? I will say it's not the delicate super soft tight fit stuff nor is it the cheapest option. There are cheaper ones that certainly look bad after a few. To me this is good and functional. One of those shirts you could wear about every other week and still be surprised with how it looks a year out. Last bit of advice I generally just hang dry these kind of shirts (or shirts I care about) and have enjoyed my other branded gildans since I did the first run of them about 3 years ago.
Front and back print with lucky? Unlucky? 13 for the year I started this in my shed. Probably should have just waited till 14 to avoid that but whatever. Progress!