Quality is very subjective, everyone has a different idea of what "quality" means. That's why this kind of "comparison" tool doesn't really exist.ontheCoMeUP said:compares the quality of multiple wholesale shirt companies because i cant buy 30 different shirts from all of these companies and find out which is best, that would be nice, but unrealistice. Can anybody help? thanks
Interesting point, but I think when it comes to t-shirts, they actually do overlap.think you guys confuse quality with preference, some people may not like cashmere and like polyester better but that doesnt change the fact that cashmere is better quality
You are more than welcome to contribute to such a list All it takes is one person to take the initiative.then could somebody compile a list of all of the known t shirt wholesalers, to make it easier for people to find them instead of having to dig through post after post
I think the reason such a list doesn't exist is because no-one has seen it as necessary, the information really isn't hard to find. It's also an extremely important decision that you need to decide for yourself - the shirts you print on will influence so many aspects of your company (margin, marketing, style, etc.) that you really need to be happy with it. So it makes sense to buy samples from the wholesalers you have available to you - brands you can't get your hands on aren't particularly relevant.ontheCoMeUP said:then could somebody compile a list of all of the known t shirt wholesalers, to make it easier for people to find them instead of having to dig through post after post.
I think "us guys" don't universally agree on anything, and that it's quite offensive to say that as a group we're all making an ignorant mistake.ontheCoMeUP said:I think you guys confuse quality with preference
Cashmere is a natural fibre. Before it can be sold to the general public you have to remove the feces that is found throughout. It is irregular and has a relatively short staple.ontheCoMeUP said:some people may not like cashmere and like polyester better but that doesnt change the fact that cashmere is better quality
While some people can be a little extreme in their relativism (defending the quality of a brand like Gildan vs. American Apparel for example), I don't think anyone here is "confused".ontheCoMeUP said:I hope that helps clarify any confusion this board seems to have between the two.