I believe it's definitely the popularity/demand for the fabric. As a runner, and someoneStitchShoppe said:We deal with over 100 different wholesalers. It seems they are all adding the 100% poly to their lines. Not sure though if it's the popularity of the fabric, or the demand from dye subbers.
I actually got a spam from a company in China that does dye sublimation printing on cycling, soccer, sports type gear in quantities under 100 pcs.Rodney, how's your searching going?
I think that would be pretty hard to find. You may be able to get into printing them yourself if you can source the blanks, but I don't know of any printing/fulfillment company that would do onesie/twosies on that type blank.My only deal is that I'd like to start small with little overhead. If I can find a fulfilment company who will print my artwork and drop-ship onesy/twosey orders, then I'd like to brand a new line of gear.
At places like wal-mart and target, you can find them for $9-$12, but they are basic blanks. Online at nike.com, they can go for $45 and of course are more stylish. That's a pretty wide range, isn't it?Rodney said:What do those type shirts retail for?
Yeah, it will definitely take capital to start a new clothing line (especially a branded one).Hmm, it sure seems hard to start a new sports clothing brand when you don't have much capital.
Sounds interesting. Have you bought fabric from this company?You can buy the actual Underarmour Knit fabrics wholesale at Magna Fabrics in North Bergen, New Jersey. The fabric is priced at about $1 to $1.50 a yard. Magna Fabrics does not supply the technical shirts or does it make the garments.
Buying the fabrics from Magna Fabrics does not allow you to use the Underarmour trade name or logos since these are highly protected by law.