copy this text and send it to your customer. Then go from there with your customer.So I am doing 475 front and back comfort color shirts. The client requested Monterrey Sage color. I received the shirts from Alpha Broder and started pressing the smalls. Once I finished those I moved on to the mediums and noticed they were a good bit darker. So I went through the rest of the boxes and discovered that almost exactly down the middle number wise, the shirts were lighter and darker. So about 230 appeared to be Monterrey Sage, and the rest appeared to be regular Sage. I called Alpha Broder and they agreed to resend me 230 Monterrey Sage shirts. They have arrived and they are just as dark as the last one. Nothing in the comfort color swatch book looks like the light color version I have, so Alpha Broder is saying it is a dye lot discrepancy. Does anyone have any advice on how to handle this and what I should tell my client?