Sorry. I didn't look close enough. Thanks for pointing that out for me.They have pocket t-shirts in more colors than ash:
"Description: Short Sleeve Pocket T-Shirts 5.4 oz. 100% Cotton
Colors Available: Navy, Black, Red, Light Blue, Royal Blue, Kelly Green, Purple, Hunter Green, Olive Green, Gold, Banana, Goldenrod, Flourescent (Visual) Green. "
Also:Imported products made entirely abroad
A textile product made entirely abroad must be labeled with the name of the country where it was processed or manufactured. Importers and other marketers should check Customs regulations to determine the appropriate country of origin for products made entirely abroad.
Unqualified “Made in U.S.A.” labels
A label may say “Made in U.S.A.” only if the product is made completely in the U.S. of materials that were made in the U.S. If a U.S. manufacturer uses imported greige goods that are dyed, printed, and finished in the U.S., for example, they may not be labeled “Made in U.S.A.” without qualification.
As you can see, country of origin is very important. It must be clearlyIn a garment with a neck, a label disclosing the country of origin (on the front) must be attached to the inside center of the neck — either midway between the shoulder seams or very near another label attached to the inside center of the neck. The fiber content and manufacturer or dealer identity can appear on the same label (front or back) or on another conspicuous and readily accessible label(s) on the inside or outside of the garment.
The country of origin label should not be covered or obscured by any other label.
As Comin'OutSwingin said, this would be illegal. Very clearly, blatantly illegal. Also devious and extremely ethically dubious.revperrin said:Or you could buy what you want and send them to a clothing lable shop and have your own lable put on instead of the one that came on it. The question of is it forein made probley would not come up. I'm not saying be deceptive but avoid the subject could be another approach.
Foreign as in what country? I know AmericanApparel has international offices as well, but there may be similar manufactures depending on where you are.Can anyone in here recommend a foreign shirt supllier with the quality and look of A.A.?