Crew neck, longer body, cuffed sleeves, split detail at sides, slight drop at back
Heavy weight, 200 GSM, 20-singles
100% carded cotton (marles 15% viscose)
Neck ribbing, side seamed, shoulder to shoulder tape, double needle bottom hem, preshrunk to minimise shrinkage
Please note Charcoal & Army can be susceptible to fading/colouration variance with excessive sun exposure – please consider when ordering.
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Our team will do our best to position your artwork as per your mockup, but occasionally the flat lay garment will not truly represent the actual garment and our team may need to make adjustments. If the position of your artwork is a life or death situation, give us a call. The best print jobs start with the best artwork/images. So upload high quality artwork or photos that aren’t blurry when you zoom in on them. We love PNG files; but you can upload JPG and GIFs too. In Google, use the large image filter. We recommend 200 Dpi minimum. If your artwork has blank space around it, keep this in mind when sizing your image.
Most of our flat-lay mock ups are photographs of the actual garment, however colours may appear different on every computer. Contact us if you require a sample garment. It is also really important to point out that our computer screens make everything look so vibrant and colourful. It is not possible to achieve the same colour profiles you see on your computer with direct to garment printing. Our printers are working with a CMYK colour palette to achieve your print, so keep this in mind when designing.
Successful Direct to Garment (DTG) printing relies heavily on the quality of the garment selected, even the colour of the garment affects the print quality. It is not possible to colour match/PMS match with DTG printing. If you have specific brand guidelines and colour requirements, get in touch via our Concierge Service for a screen print or embroidery quote.