Let us help you pick the perfect tee shirt to match your design. After years of testing and printing tees, we've narrowed the options to our favorite, most reliable selection.
The following section outlines the specs of our best-selling tees. These receive consistent positive reviews from our clients for their fit, functionality, and color selection.
Additionally, we've listed out a couple helpful terms that allow you to better understand the construction of tee shirts (and other garments) as well as what to expect from your tees as you wear them over time.
**The list doesn’t stop here. If you’re looking for sweatshirts, hoodies, fashion tees, etc., we have a go-to list that will fit your needs and budget.
The slight difference in length and width between two garments that are made to the same specifications. Tee shirts are still cut and sewn by hand, so it's common for there to be slight differences in proportion between them, even if they're from the same company. Commonly, the tolerance is most noticeable in the length of the tee. This difference doesn't mean the tees are defective. Tolerance is allowed in the process and should be expected.
Sending the garments through a shrinking process to prevent further shrinkage during routine wash and wear. All modern garments are preshrunk, but they could shrink slightly further. Most customers do not notice any additional shrinkage, but we encourage everyone to follow the care instructions to prevent issues.
Tees that are washed and dyed after they have been sewn, as opposed to dyed bolts of fabric. Garment dyed tees have a "lived in" look and feel because of the rigorous process of they go through after the shirt is assembled. Garment dyed tees, therefore, have the highest percentage of tolerance.
The type of material(s) used in the weaving of the garment fabric. The most common tee shirts are 100% cotton, a cotton / polyester blend, or a triblend made from cotton / polyester / rayon. No fabric type is inherently better than another. Each has their own budget and quality versions. As far as fit, feel, and performance, this is mostly a matter of customer preference.