I believe American Apparel's price of $17 is a Retail price. If you become a distributer or purchase wholesale from American Apparel, that is not the price that you will purchase from them for.So how is it that American Apparel can sell 96 t-shirts for $17.00 and everyone else sells theirs for 2.00+ per shirt???
We found the $17 price under the wholesaler catalog though. So, that's a little confusing.I believe American Apparel's price of $17 is a Retail price. If you become a distributer or purchase wholesale from American Apparel, that is not the price that you will purchase from them for.
Are you saying that there are people selling AA shirts for $2.00? Or the competitors are selling for $2.00+?
Manufacturers such as Gildan, etc are producing their shirts out of the country, where I believe AA manufacturers in the US...
Hope this sheds some light...
18 cents a shirt. Yep, sounds plausible You'd be lucky if they'd sell cotton off-cuts at that price.So how is it that American Apparel can sell 96 t-shirts for $17.00
Ya okay... i don't think i would wear a t-shirt made out of a plastic bottle. Especially now during summer, THAT'S crazy!American Apparel is a very socially irresponsible company. The sustainable apparel line is a joke. I really feel like we should really stop promoting or giving media to this company. I would try PlayBack Clothing if you need something different. This company has tees made out of recycled fabrications and plastic bottles. They are a very ethical company and have a great sales team. The best contact at PLAYBACK is the sales manager Ambriel. She can help you with the whole process and has been in the tee business for a long time.
Are these made in the USA? I can't tell from their site.
Alternative Apparel aren't 100% US manufacture. Great product, and I believe some of their range is made in the US, but some of it definitely isn't (I'd have to dig through to check what's what, but I know at least some stuff is labelled Made in Peru).Alternative Apparel