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Old November 22nd, 2017 Nov 22, 2017 4:19:06 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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OK I have looked over this site a ton and there are a lot of good reads on which blanks are the best for building a brand. But I have not found the information I am looking for.

I am looking for a quality shirt that is not fashion or fitted as I am in American and the bulk of my target are beer and pizza people that may be 5-10 pounds over weight.

Who makes a great shirt that is cut for the gut?

I have samples for
Anvil 980 - shirt doesn't hang nice and have a lot puckering around the collar
Canvas 3001- nice feel, a little thin and a touch snug but not too bad.
Next Level 3600 - nice feel, thin, tight in arms and snug everywhere
Gildan 5000- best fit it is relaxed and hangs nice but not as soft.

What are some other blanks to look at? Not concerned about price right now I need to find the perfect shirt then think about margins.

Also how much to these shirts change after washing?

Thanks for all the help folks.
 
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Default Re: Shirt Blank for Beer guy

gildan 6400 in heather colors
soft and 50/50 blend so far less shrinkage than 100% cotton

some of my best friends have been beer and/or pizza
 
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I like the fit of the Gildan 5000 and the Hanes Tagless. I fit the description you posted (including the beer gut). I'm not a big fan of the Gildan 64000 just because the sleeves fit too snug for me. All these shirts wash up well for me but it's possible to shrink anything.
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I would like to suggest you Nike or Adidas because its worthy to wear and have the class too. Whenever you want to search a Shirt Blank for Beer guy you have to look once at Nike or Adidas. As they have all sizes and from small to plus size. They have the best collection. If you are worrying about the high prices of these brands you can use any Christmas shopping deals 2017 that will allow you to shop on discount rates and you can visibly see the savings of your money on each purchase.
 
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Default Re: Shirt Blank for Beer guy

I would agree with the Gildan Softstyle (6400) being a good option, as well as the Gildan DryBlend.

I would as suggest looking into Comfort Colors, Bayside Shirts, Hanes ComfortSoft (although Hanes shirts tend to have larger sleeves than Gildan they are also shorter in length compared to Gildan).
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He's not a real Beer Drinker if he is only 5-10 pounds overweight...he's an amateur at best..does he drink out of a sippy-cup?
 
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this one is ok, if you want a quick pre-dinner quaff
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