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That is a good question. I'm just getting started and would like some tips on this as well. I kept the packaging from Rodney's shirt to get an idea. I'm sure I could learn more.
 

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Rodney said:
I just shipped some shirts to Australia and I used a weather resistent type polybag container. But the tyvek envelopes are also pretty weather resistant.

Inside of the shipping container, the shirts were folded and bagged (the bag was sealed).

I don't think most people use cardboard style boxes without some sort of inner protection.
I have not shipped one shirt yet, but I would think someone would put the shirt in something also. I can't see the cardboard holding up in rain.
 
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