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Hi everybody. My name is LaWaughn. I'm a newbie. I'm creating some stencil t-shirts and some silk screen t-shirts and decided to come here to find help to avoid silly problems.

I would like to ask a question if you don't mind. What is the best heavy t-shirt brand? I would like a shirt that can be washed my times.

Thank You LaWaughn
 

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Hi LaWaughn, :welcome:

The "best" t-shirt brand is probably a heavily debated question :) Some would say the Hanes Beefy is the "best" heavyweight t-shirt brand, others would say the Hanes Beefy is overpriced and a brand like Gildan, or Port and Company would do just as well.

I'll go out on a limb and say that the Hanes Beefy is what you're looking for.

You may want to buy one each of a few different brands to see which one you prefer.
 

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This may should silly but between the Gildan and the Hanes Beefy t which one is longer? I plan on promoting to a lot of male teens that want longer baggy tees.

Oh, and thank you guys for being so nice. This is a really cool forum.
 

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I don't think you can get B&C over there but they rawk. Better than Gildan but more pricely. The best thing about B&C is they have so much choice so you can expand your line much further than plain t-shirts.
 
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