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This shirt is so comfortable and well made you'll want one in every color. 

  • 6.1 oz., pre-shrunk 100% ringspun cotton
  • Soft washed garment dyed fabric
  • Twill label
  • Set-in sleeves
  • Double-needle stitching on neck, sleeves and bottom hem
  • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
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Comfort Colors 1717 Specs and Measurements

SizesBody WidthSleeve LengthBody LengthBody Length ToleranceBody Width Tolerance
Small17 12826.6-/+ 1-/+.75
Medium19.58.2528-/+ 1-/+.75
Large21.25929.4-/+ 1-/+.75
Extra Large239.530.75-/+ 1-/+.75
2XL259.7531.6-/+ 1-/+.75
3XL279.7532.5-/+ 1-/+.75
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6.1 oz., 100% ringspun cotton; Preshrunk, soft-washed, garment-dyed fabric; Twill taped shoulder-to-shoulder; Set-in sleeves; Double-needle stitched sleeves and bottom hem; 1 ribbed collar with double-needle topstitched neckline
The Comfort Colors 1717 is a garment dyed short sleeve shirt made of 100% ring-spun cotton.
  6.1 oz., 100% ring-spun cotton Soft-washed garment-dyed fabric 3/4" ribbed collar with set-in sleeves Twill-taped neck and shoulders Double-needle stitching on neck, armhole, sleeve and bottom hems Twill label, joker label

Note: All drop ship orders for this style must be ordered in full cases. (S-2XL 60pcs to a case and 3XL/4XL 36pcs to a case)

6.1-ounce, 100% ring spun cotton Soft-washed, garment-dyed fabric Double-needle collar Twill-taped neck and shoulders Twill label Double-needle armhole, sleeve and bottom hems
6.1 oz., 100% ring spun cottonSoft-washed garment-dyed fabricDouble-needle collarTwill taped neck and shouldersDouble-needle armhole, sleeve and bottom hemsTwill label & joker label

NOTE ON THE PRINTING OF NEONS:

The neon optical and pigment dyes in these shirts are reactive to heat. The recommended maximum fabric temperature is 320 degrees. Printers are advised to use temperature strips to measure the temperature of the fabric as it passes through the dryer or heat source.



Dryer temperature should be adjusted to keep the fabric below 320 degrees. When placing garments on the belt, lay them as flat as possible to avoid high spots that may touch the inside of the dryer or come closer to heat elements.

 

It is recommended to test (and launder) a shirt before a full production run. This information is provided only as a guide; individual results may vary.