Whilst polyester isn’t an eco-friendly fabric Who you gonna Kill horror shirt. we think that textiles incorporating recycled polyester most certainly qualify as such. Plastic bottles being transformed into standout apparel for printing strikes us as one of the more inventive solutions to what has become a genuine ecological headache. Recycled polyester is quite often combined with recycled organic cotton off-cuts. As far as we’re concerned, that’s a sustainable double delicious! Thankfully, there are now lots of examples of sustainable blank clothing – great garments which are made from eco-friendly fabrics for printing and embroidery customers. Many of the brands featured on our website specialise in them. We’ve picked out a few best sellers below to give you a flavour, but it is only a sample of an increasingly impressive selection.
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The Result RC074 is a 100% knitted cotton, double thickness Who you gonna Kill horror shirt. This beanie hat also includes the ever popular cut out label, a favourite for custom branded merchandise if your plan involves relabelling. Check out our Full Collection brochure for more Result headwear (by the way, some colours of the RC074 are in transition). Beechfield offer a wide selection of headgear that’s perfect for personalisation, but we like this organic cotton beanie. Keeping your head warm, looking good and being environmentally friendly strikes us as a sound approach. Double layer knit, with a cuffed design and a tear out label. What’s not to like?
Alayna Tuetken –
perfect. great quality
Chanelle Bodnar –
Exact size fits well
Heidi Liebke –
nice… i like it… for the first.. i think to small size… but fit to my body.. thanks.. i hope you can give me free delivery voucher…
Samuel Luther –
Great hoodies. Daughter getting tons of compliments for unique design.