You won't want to take off this best-selling unisex tee, featuring a uniquely soft tri-blend fabrication, modern fit, V-neck and short sleeves printed with Unique arts.
Fine Jersey (100% Cotton) construction (Heather Grey contains 10% Polyester)
Durable rib V-neckband
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Adrian 2 May 2018
I bought my v-neck t-shirt and the It looks amazing. I'm really happy, Thanks.
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Roger 8 February 2018
very comfortable and simple design, fit to size
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This classically trained 80s video games is available in a vast array of color options, and offers a simplistic but eye-catching design on the front. If you're a fan of classically trained 80s video games, then this design is definitely the one for you! You can find this design available on any style from a ladies fitted shirt to a men's crewneck sweatshirt.
Digital printing is an amazing process that involves your artwork "Classically Trained 80s Video Games" being processed by a computer and then printed directly onto the surface of your product. Digital printing is not a heat transfer or applique, as the ink directly adheres to the fabric of your shirt. Each printing process has its strengths, and our artwork team will weigh these when deciding which to use for your art.
Plot Printing Consists of both Flock and Flex Print, This process transfers your artwork "Classically Trained 80s Video Games" from a special foil through an immense amount of pressure and heat. Flex images are smooth, a little plastic like and a tad bit glossy. Flock images have a fuzzy velvet-like texture and appear slightly more elevated. Think of drawing just the shadows and how that would appear without color. 3 colors plus the color of the garment itself is used to print.