Wednesday, February 9, 2011 Review

If you've ever owned your own business or know someone who has, I'm sure you are all too familiar with promotional t-shirts. Or if you've ever been part of group or club, you've probably had custom t-shirts printed. And having had more than my fair share of experience with custom printed t-shirts, not all companies are equal when it comes to quality. The last thing you want is for your colors to bleed or your image to crack. Enter I was recently selected to do a review of a custom printed t-shirt that has their companies monkey mascot on it (see below) and I was incredibly impressed with the quality.

The first thing I noticed when I opened the package was the quality of the shirt. These aren't the flimsy, paper-thin t-shirts you'll sometimes find with other companies, nor were they too rough or coarse. The shirts were just the right balance of durability and comfort (and I should know, my hubby basically lives in t-shirts). This shirt definitely got his stamp of approval. Turning to the design, screen prints the images onto the shirt. The image was vibrant and the colors were true. Nothing bled into each other or looked faded. The lines on the design were very crisp and as a whole the printing was superbly done. The writing was also crisp, which is important (I've found in the past that sometimes the writing prints jagged or pixelated and that was definitely not the case here). Also, the image did not crack or peel when stretched while wearing or after washing, the print was very durable.

Overall, based on what I've seen, I would highly recommend that you check out next time you need custom shirts printed for your business, fundraiser, or just about anything.

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