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The quality of the product matters. Not only for your peace of mind, but for your customers to realise that great fitting, looking and feeling garments don’t have to cost a fortune and can really enhance their brands.

This is the cheapest option but also the worst for the environment and quality. Many high street brands do not allow these garments within their product ranges.

Finer, softer and more durable than COE. Much tighter weave so better for printing but also nicer feel when wearing. Closer to retail.

The ultimate in cotton garments. Very soft, premium feel. The garment is combed after spinning to takeaway all it’s impurities! Comparable to high street retailers such as H&M and Urban Outifitters.

These are targeted especially at the retail feel market. Ultra durable. Usually made of a mixture of combed ringspun cotton, polyester and rayon or viscose. Premium price, but you get what you pay for.

Here are just a few examples of brands using quality fabrics.

Bella and Canvas

High Quality all round, especially mixed blends. This 8804 Flowy Muscle Tee is 35%Poly, 65%Viscose. Perfect for retail.

Stanley/Stella

Great for Organics and Sustainability. This SX014 Heavy tee is made using 100% organic ringspun combed cotton for ultimate feel. Very on trend shapes and colours.

Asquith and Fox

Definitive smart/casual styling. This AQ010 poloshirt is made with 100% ringspun combed cotton for ultimate soft feel. Match with a pair of AQ050 chinos.

Ecologie

AWDis are doing great things with their Ecologie range. Garments are only made using organic or regenerated cotton, so not only are they soft and great fitting but good for the environment as well. This EA030 Regen sweat is made from 70% regen cotton and 30% polyester.

More about organic and sustainable garments can be found here.

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