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Hi guys, thanks for reading my post. I am starting my own line of T-Shirts and I would love to find the supplier who supplies www.lifeisgood.com. This is a very popular and very successful business. I own a few of their shirts and I am trying to find the source of their blanks. The description for their shirts on their website is:

"100% ring spun, pigment dyed, enzyme washed, for extra softness and weathered appeal."

The tag on their shirts ( I own a few myself ) notes that it was made in Peru. I already checked out www.Conteninental-USA.com, and I did not find anything that notes their shirts as pigment dyed/enzyme wash, etc. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Larry :)
 

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I already checked out www.Conteninental-USA.com, and I did not find anything that notes their shirts as pigment dyed/enzyme wash, etc. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I have shirts from continental and the tag says pigment dyed, garment washed and made in Peru.

You may want to contact Continental directly and see if they have what you're looking for.

If you have a shirt from lifeisgood, you can check the RN number on the label to find the garment manufacturer.
 

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Rodney, thanks a bunch! I will contact Conteninetal directly. Maybe they are using their shirts afterall. On another note, I checked for the RN number inside and out. I also checked the two labels that came with it. No RN number can be found. I will go to the store tomorrow and check in person. Maybe I discarded a label I forgot about. The shirt unfortunately doesn't have a RN label on it either. Thanks again for your help.

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If it had an RN number it would be on the care instructions tag in the shirt's neck (generally in very small print on the back).

Clothing is not required to have an RN (although if it doesn't have one it needs to have the full legal name of the company on the tag).
 

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Hi guys, thanks for reading my post. I am starting my own line of T-Shirts and I would love to find the supplier who supplies Life is good® : Shop the Official Company Website. This is a very popular and very successful business. I own a few of their shirts and I am trying to find the source of their blanks. The description for their shirts on their website is:

"100% ring spun, pigment dyed, enzyme washed, for extra softness and weathered appeal."

The tag on their shirts ( I own a few myself ) notes that it was made in Peru. I already checked out www.Conteninental-USA.com, and I did not find anything that notes their shirts as pigment dyed/enzyme wash, etc. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Larry :)
I am very interested in the style of the life is good hoodies. I like the pigment dyed. I didn't see that you had found the supplier. Would you be able to share your findings?
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Thank you Rodney. Yes I had seen those in my search. They don't have the color we're looking for. We are looking for something in the pink family and the closest is red...which is off from what we want. If you know of any others please let me know.

Thank you again for the feedback.

Deanna
 

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Thank you Rodney. Yes I had seen those in my search. They don't have the color we're looking for. We are looking for something in the pink family and the closest is red...which is off from what we want. If you know of any others please let me know.

Thank you again for the feedback.

Deanna
There's a pink zip up pigment dyed hoody available at dyehouse.com:
BARRY T. CHOUINARD, INC
 

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Yes. they manufacture for a lot of popular companies Abercrombie, DKNY, Federated stores, Alternative Apparel etc those are a few of the ones that have used their services
 

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The manufacturer of Life is Good tshirts is a HUGE company in Peru called Corporacion Fabril
Hello,

I am wondering if there is a good (free?) resource for locating contact information for overseas factories, or their US based sourcing agents. Ideally online?

Thanks!

-Scott
 

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I am a Blank T-Shirt Wholesaler from Indonesia. I do have Ringspun 100% Cotton Enzyme dye in many color if you are interested you can order samples of Blank T-Shirt or even better you can order T-Shirt with DTG Print on it ( the result is more popping than regular pigment dye cotton). You can contact me by phone or email and you can find my contact number in my website below.
 

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Thanks for your reply/input. I did find 2 suppliers we could buy the same shirt from, blankshirts.com and fishead.com. I'm still waiting for a reply from my boss about ordering, etc. but it's a start.

Thanks again!
Cher :)
 
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