T-shirt colors

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It’s already hard enough choosing a t-shirt design, and now that you’ve finally landed on one, you still have to decide on a fabric. Instead of just picking the cheapest option, which may also be the roughest option, we’ll get you up to speed on everything you need to know about choosing the right fabric for your custom t-shirt.

Let’s get straight to it. We’re going to break down the options and tell you everything you need to know before you make a decision on your t-shirt fabric.

Editor's Note: This post was updated for accuracy and freshness in January of 2021.

100% cotton
Cotton t-shirts have a lot going for them. They’re usually the most economic option and on top of that they show colors off really, really well. Your colors aren’t going to pop on any other fabric the way they will on an 100% cotton t-shirt.

Cotton t-shirts, however, are the least soft of the options, but still there’s no need for your 100% cotton shirt to be uncomfortable. At Real Thread, we don’t sell shirts that we don’t think you’ll like. But that being said, there’s always going to be a difference in comfort between 100% cotton and a tri-blend t-shirt.

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