Best T-shirt material, Like the answer to most questions in the custom apparel business, it depends. In this case, the answer depends on this combination of your particular requirements:
- The qualities you’re looking for: softness, breathability, structure, moisture-wicking, etc.
- The print method you want to use: direct-to-garment, screen printing, embroidery, etc.
- The price you’re willing to pay: maximum budget for the order or per item.
- The purpose of the shirt: family reunion, work uniform, sporting event, merchandise, etc.
- The person will be wearing it: age range, style, expectation.
Go with 100% cotton Tshirt if you want shirts that are soft, comfortable, breathable, gentle on the skin, non-clingy, and can be customized with any method.
Keep in mind: they may shrink a bit, can stain, wrinkle, and tend to absorb moisture and hold it, rather than allow it to evaporate quickly. Cotton tees are popular with just about everyone so it’s a safe bet.
Go with 100% polyester Tshirt if you want shirts that are lightweight, durable, silky smooth, and resistant to wrinkles, shrinking or fading, plus allow moisture to evaporates quickly.
Keep in mind: Polyester is less breathable, clingy, irritate the skin, and restricted on print methods. The price can be higher than other garments, depending on the brand.
Go with a blend Tshirt if you want the best of both worlds. The poly-cotton 50/50 was the first major blend, but now we have the increasingly popular tri-blend, which adds rayon for extra softness and drape. Then there is the CVC, which means a predominantly cotton blend. Tri-blends are my favorite.
Keep in mind: They tend to be priced higher, but are still affordable.
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