T-shirts

Original & Exclusive T-shirts

 

Our ethically sourced cotton t-shirts are hand printed with eco-friendly water based inks.

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Sizing info:

Size             Chest(ins)

S                    34/36

M                    38/40

L                     42/44 

XL                   46/48

 

Our shirts are a medium heavy weight cotton, short sleeve crew necked t-shirt with a taped neck and shoulders, seamless double needle collar. The shirts have a quarter turned body to eliminate a centre crease, a double stitched sleeve and waist hem and unless noted are 100% pre-shrunk jersey cotton.

 

We then use Permaset Aqua Water based inks which contain no harmful chemicals or additives. The majority of ink colours are soil association certified organic.  All our cleaning fluids are bio-degradable and eco friendly so we make as small an impact on the environment as is possible.

 

Pricing

We have a straightforward pricing policy.

Where we sell at events we sell our shirts at a discount price of £10 or 3 shirts for £25.

Online we sell our shirts at £14.50 - this is fully inclusive of postage and packing for the UK. We also offer a discount of 3 shirts for £30.

Initially our shirts will feature our own designs (copyright Geekzania) but we hope to licence artwork from some of our favourite pin up and pop culture/comic artists

Care Instructions

Our t-shirts are fully washable, follow the garment care lable instructions, though we would recommend a lower temperature wash to help protect the environment. This also prolongs the life of the shirt as repeated high temperature washes will eventually cause the fibres of the shirt to degrade over time. The water based ink we use dyes the fibres of the shirt rather than sitting on the surface of the shirt like a plastisol/rubber based ink and is then 'cured' which chemically binds the ink to the fibres. This means that the ink will not wash out, but if the actual fabric fibres begin to degrade then the 'print' will begin to appear 'faded' as the fibres pull apart.

 

 

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