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Old April 18th, 2013 Apr 18, 2013 4:05:01 AM -  
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i guess I assumed we where talking low quantity as imprints wholesale will re-tag shirts at $0.10 a shirt for orders over 250, I personally like the Gildan 6400 line i use it exclusively on one of my websites and always get positive feed back from my customers about how soft and professional the shirts are
I LOVE the Gildan 6400 line and use them and the 5000Ls for my women's tees. Wish Gildan stuck with the same colors across the board tho.

I also like Anvil Ringspun tees. Women's is 880 - not sure of the men's - and MOST Anvil products are tearaway labels.

As for the relabeling, Imprints actually doesn't have a minimum order for relabeling. Undertaping is .23/ea. Over the taping is cheaper but looks like crap. Unfortunately, they say they can't do the fleece under... The majority of my sales are hoodies in the winter, so I gotta find an alternative before Fall.

Heather at imprints is AWESOME to work with if she gets your account!
 
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Default Re: How to re-tag when shirt is tag less like Hanes Beefy T?

There are quite a few alternatives to the AA 2001 these days, but they all differ in their own ways. FWIW, I'm not a fan of 980's - the collars don't hold up and even line dried they shrink more than my dryer-dried 2001's. If I had to go with a lower cost alternative, my nod goes to Next Level Apparel's 3600.[/QUOTE]

I like the feel of Next Level but they run small. If you're catering to a wide range of clients, go with a look/feel of a shirt that is versatile in sizing such as Anvil or Gildan. LAT is a good one too.

And Anvil/Gildan - from the ones I keep - have not shrunk at all. EXCEPT for the Gildan Zipup men's hoodie.
 
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As I'd hoped, this thread about retagging produced a bounty of info for a newbie...comparisons of brands and numbers by hands on professionals.

I'd thought about acetone (mentioned earlier), but mostly read the thread hoping for the kind of info I'd otherwise learn "the hard way"...and I'm far from thinking about a thousand of *anything* !
 
 
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I would like to do embroidery on a long sleeve t-shirt and wanted a good quality shirt. I was told that the Hanes Beefy long Sleeve t-shirt was the route to go. However, they are tagless as you all have already discussed. I was wondering if anyone had any other suggestions for t-shirts I could use that would hold the embroidery and is a good quality?
 
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I would like to do embroidery on a long sleeve t-shirt and wanted a good quality shirt. I was told that the Hanes Beefy long Sleeve t-shirt was the route to go. However, they are tagless as you all have already discussed. I was wondering if anyone had any other suggestions for t-shirts I could use that would hold the embroidery and is a good quality?

I believe Beefy-T's now have tearaway tags. We spoke with our pocketbook and they heard.

A comparable weight tee, also tearaway, is the Hammer tee by Gildan.
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