Editor's note: This product is the most difficult thing to photograph that we have encountered. These shirts are fantastic.
Our new short-sleeve tees are a thick, tough 6.1-ounce jersey, tube-knit from domestically grown cotton. That's about 50 percent heavier than your typical cheapo tee, and the tubular knit means no side seams to chafe and/or fall apart. They're proudly Union-sewn in California. Our friend Mike does the printing at his farm in Oregon, and the quality of his work is exceptional - it's a true discharge print, which means it's flat to the fabric, rather than the plasticky junk that sits proud (and eventually flakes off). These cost us a lot more than a conventional cheep tee, but we couldn't be more proud of their quality and origin.
Just one color and logo, for now. It's a dark, dark navy with a very subtle charcoal logo.
The fit is just ever-so-slightly slimmer than, say, a Hanes Beefy-T - order your usual size, or a size up if you're on the fence. Don't worry, it's not a slim hipster fit like American Apparel. Like most tees, they shrink a fair bit on the first wash. Here's a size chart showing their flat dimensions after a warm wash & dry: