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2000 Ultra Cotton Tee

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200gsm 100% Cotton Preshrunk
Seamless double needle 2cm collar
Taped neck and shoulders
Double-needle sleeve & hems
Quarter-turned eliminates centre crease


Safety Information
AS/NZS 1960.4 1997 Retroflective materials and devices for road traffic control purposes
AS/NZS 4602:1999 High visibility safety garments
Safety Green (188C) and Safety Orange (193C) are ANSI/ISEA 107 High visibility standard

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Mens Sizes (broad guide only please contact us for exact garment details)

T10012 - MENS S M L XL 2XL 3XL 5XL
HALF CHEST (CM) 54 56 58 62 66 71 79
HALF CHEST (IN) 21.5 22 23 24.5 26 28 31

Ladies Sizes (broad guide only please contact us for exact garment details)

T10022 - LADIES 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
HALF CHEST (CM) 44 46 48 50 52.5 55 57.5 60 66.5 71
HALF CHEST (IN) 17.5 18 19 19.5 20.5 21.5 22.5 23.5 26 28

Further information

T-shirts get worn-out pretty quickly most of the time. Today's t-shirt is specifically designed to fit consumers' varying needs. But we often don’t bother about the technicalities while making a choice in which promotional t shirts we will use for promoting a brand name or message.

Look at the GSM (grams per square meter)
Consider the GSM of your t-shirt which usually ranges from 100 to 200 with most shirts at 160 to 190.  If you get a shirt at a lower GSM, it will be softer but may wear out quicker, and a higher GSM of 200 like a 2000 ultra-cotton t-shirt is indicative of the fabric to be more durable.

Weight Watching.
T-shirt weights range from the very light (5.3-oz) to a more standard (5.5-oz) on up to the perceived value of a heavier (6.1-oz or even 7.1-oz) shirt. Heavier fabric means the t-shirt will hold its shape and substance, keeping it long-lasting even after repeated washings after wearing.

Cotton is your best bet.
Cotton tees are t-shirts that breathe! Hence stay away from blended fabrics, stick to 100% cotton. Cotton t-shirts hold up well through dozens of washings which makes them an ideal option for a dynamic gifts customization for that sports fanatic you know.  Also cotton tees are comparatively simple to decorate by screen printing, embroidery or heat transfer.

Don’t forget to check the weave.
The type of a needle yarn decides the weave in your t-shirts, which in turn indicates the pure quality of the fabric. Fabrics that offer a tighter weave can provide durability with a great print surface more cotton threads per yarn, producing a finer, softer feel and touch.

Seaming.
The best thing to do is look at the seaming, most tee shirts are surged (it’s the crisscross seams you see holding fabric pieces together) how tight are they? Are they uneven or loose, these are good indications on how long they would last. If you find that there are seams down the sides, this is a tee that has been cut and sewn rather than constructed of a tube fabric.

Quarter-turned eliminates centre crease.
Quarter-turned, meaning the fabric "tube" that creates the body of the tee was turned one-quarter of the way around before the shirt was cut in the manufacturing process. This eliminates a crease down the front of the shirt, which can interfere with imprinting and cause the shirt to hang funny.

Construction Concerns.
2000 Ultra Cotton tee is pre-shrunk so that they remain fitted and don’t shrink after few types of washing. These have Double-needle stitched sleeves & hems, taped shoulder-to-shoulder that give the tee more strength and longevity. Just as fabric affects the quality of a T-shirt, so too does its construction. Quality constructed tees are cut straight with the grain and will not twist after washing. Look for smooth and even stitching without any puckering. There should be taped seams along the eckline and shoulder seams.

Imprinting Ideas.
Metallic screen prints or tiny rhinestones or beads can really jazz up a T-shirt and are a popular choice lately. A T-shirt is a walking billboard and can be a dynamic gift to advertise a brand. One can add the right imprint, and your clients surely will be pleasantly surprised as they realize they really didn't know the true variety and power of the T-shirt after all.

T-shirts get worn-out pretty quickly most of the time. Today's t-shirt is specifically designed to fit consumers' varying needs. But we often don’t bother about the technicalities while making a choice in the t-shirts we buy!
Look at the GSM (grams per square meter)
Consider the GSM of your t-shirt which usually ranges from 100 to 200 with most shirts at 160 to 190.  If you get a shirt at a lower GSM, it will be softer but may wear out quicker, and a higher GSM of 200 like a 2000 ultra-cotton t-shirt is indicative of the fabric to be more durable.
Weight Watching
T-shirt weights range from the very light (5.3-oz) to a more standard (5.5-oz) on up to the perceived value of a heavier (6.1-oz or even 7.1-oz) shirt. Heavier fabric means the t-shirt will hold its shape and substance, keeping it long-lasting even after repeated washings after wearing.
100% Cotton is your best bet.
Cotton tees are t-shirts that breathe! Hence stay away from blended fabrics, stick to 100% cotton. Cotton t-shirts hold up well through dozens of washings which makes them an ideal option for a dynamic gifts customization for that sports fanatic you know.  Also cotton tees are comparatively simple to decorate by screen printing, embroidery or heat transfer.
Don’t forget to check the weave.
The type of a needle yarn decides the weave in your t-shirts, which in turn indicates the pure quality of the fabric. Fabrics that offer a tighter weave can provide durability with a great print surface more cotton threads per yarn, producing a finer, softer feel and touch.
Seaming
The best thing to do is look at the seaming, most tee shirts are surged (it’s the crisscross seams you see holding fabric pieces together) how tight are they? Are they uneven or loose, these are good indications on how long they would last. If you find that there are seams down the sides, this is a tee that has been cut and sewn rather than constructed of a tube fabric
Quarter-turned eliminates centre crease
Quarter-turned, meaning the fabric "tube" that creates the body of the tee was turned one-quarter of the way around before the shirt was cut in the manufacturing process. This eliminates a crease down the front of the shirt, which can interfere with imprinting and cause the shirt to hang funny.
Construction Concerns
2000 Ultra Cotton tee is pre-shrunk so that they remain fitted and don’t shrink after few types of washing. These have Double-needle stitched sleeves & hems, taped shoulder-to-shoulder that give the tee more strength and longevity. Just as fabric affects the quality of a T-shirt, so too does its construction. Quality constructed tees are cut straight with the grain and will not twist after washing. Look for smooth and even stitching without any puckering. There should be taped seams along the neckline and shoulder seams.
Imprinting Ideas
Metallic screen prints or tiny rhinestones or beads can really jazz up a T-shirt and are a popular choice lately. A T-shirt is a walking billboard and can be a dynamic gift to advertise a brand. One can add the right imprint, and your clients surely will be pleasantly surprised as they realize they really didn't know the true variety and power of the T-shirt after all.

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