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The Best T-Shirt Brands to Use for Screen Printing Quality Custom Tees

Best T-Shirt Brands to Use for Screen Printing Quality Custom Tees

We’ll be the first to say that it’s not all about labels and you can really go in any direction. But, when it comes to quality it’s a different story. Especially, when we’re talking about a custom tee that'll be worn often.

Before we talk about brands ask yourself two questions.

How often will the tees be worn? Daily, Monthly, Yearly?

What kind of activity will be done in them? Working Hard or Hardly Working?

Okay, now that we have that all figured out, we can dive into the brands. To make it easy we compiled a list of the top brands for t shirt printing. Also, note that these brands have many other apparel items that can be used for screen printing, like, hoodies, hats, sweats, tank tops and jackets.

  • Gildan
  • Anvil
  • Next Level
  • Bella + Canvas
  • Jerzees

So, here’s the breakdown:

Gildan

  • Tag: Standard
  • Neck: Seamless rib at neck
  • Fabric: 100% preshrunk cotton
  • Size Range: S-5XL
  • Weight: 5.3 oz

Anvil

  • Tag: Tear-away
  • Neck: Double Needle Neck
  • Fabric: 100% preshrunk combed ringspun cotton
  • Size Range: S-3XL
  • Weight: 5.4 oz

Next Level

  • Tag: Tear-away
  • Neck: 1x1 baby rib-knit set-in collar
  • Fabric: 100% combed ringspun cotton fine jersey (laundered for reduced shrinkage)
  • Size Range: S-4XL
  • Weight: 4.3 oz

Bella + Canvas

  • Tag: Standard
  • Neck: Set-in Collar 1x1 Baby Rib
  • Fabric: 100% combed and ringspun cotton
  • Size Range: S-3XL
  • Weight: 4.2 oz

Jerzees Dri-Power

  • Tag: Tear-away
  • Neck: 1x1 ribbed collar
  • Fabric: 50% cotton, 50% polyester preshrunk jersey
  • Size Range: S-5XL
  • Weight: 5.6 oz

 
Stop into the shop to see these tees and many more. Do you have a specific design or do you need some help creating one? Give us a call or stop by our West Long Branch office. We're currently serving all surrounding areas including Neptune, Asbury, Eatontown and Long Branch, New Jersey.

 

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