Our favorite blank t-shirts

Our favorite blanks.

Choosing the right t-shirts can be a chore. There are literally hundreds of blank t-shirts to choose from, so we decided to list a few of our favorites to help you out. Keep in mind that all the shirts on the list are 100% cotton. When choosing a shirt, you have a variety of options, poly/cotton blends (We’ll save those for later). We just chose a few for you to consider starting with, but remember if you have any questions about these shirts, or any other questions, just e-mail or call us.

Bella+Canvas- 3001

The Bella-Canvas 3001 t-shirt is a comfortable athletic (It’s snug) fit t-shirt. The 3001 is a quality shirt that’s well made and fits true to size. The 3001 a crew neck, pre-shrunk, 4.2 oz 100% combed ring-spun cotton shirt and super jersey knit. It’s available in 63 colors and Bella-Canvas guarantees this product is 100% made in the U.S.A. Cost: $3.50 to $6.00*

Next Level- 3600

The Next Level 3600. It’s a soft and fitted, 100% 4.3 oz combed cotton t-shirt available in 29 colors . The 3600 also features a tearaway tag that that makes it a popular choice for screen printing. Next Level has gained some popularity these past few years because of the lightweight and softness of their shirts. Cost: $3.00 to $5.00*

Anvil 980

The Anvil 980 is a lightweight, 4.5oz 100% ring-spun cotton shirt. The 980 is semi-fitted and is available in 50 colors. It’s a crew neck with high density stitching that allows for a smoother surface when printing. The 980 also features a tear-away label. Cost: $2.50 to $4.50*

Gildan 2000

The Gildan 2000 Ultra Cotton shirt is a great t-shirt for starting off. The 2000 features pre-shrunk 6.0oz jersey knit cotton and starting in 2017, a tear-away tag. The 2000 is available in wide variety of colors, 61 to be exact, and is available in sizes up to 5XL. Cost: $2.00 to $6.00*

 

 

*Cost of the blank shirts varies by many factors. The prices were just added to give an estimated cost. Prices shown are for blanks and do not include screen printing.

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