Design your own shirts – Screen Printed


Whether you want shirts for your team or just for yourself, you can design your own custom t-shirts here!
We offer three options for decorating shirts: Screen Printing, Vinyl Heat Transfer and Dye Sublimation.
This is this Screen Printing option.
Screen printing is durable and uses an oil-based ink that won’t wash off and will generally outlast the garment.
There is a minimum order quantity of twelve (12) shirts.
There is a limit of 5 colors per print location (6 including a white base).
Pricing is based on the number of print locations (ex: Full Front, Left Chest, Full Back, Sleeve, etc) and the number of colors per location.

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  • 5.3-ounce, 100% cotton
  • 99/1 cotton/poly (Ash)
  • 90/10 cotton/poly (Sport Grey, Antique Cherry Red, Antique Irish Green, Antique Jade Dome, Antique Orange, Antique Sapphire)
  • 50/50 cotton/poly (Blackberry, Dark Heather, Heather Military Green, Heather Red, Heathered Sapphire, Lilac, Midnight, Neon Blue, Neon Green, Russet, Sunset, Tweed, Safety Green, Safety Orange, Safety Pink, Graphite Heather)
  • Seamless double-needle 7/8″ collar
  • Double-needle sleeves and hem
  • Taped neck and shoulders

Note: In some cases, our supplier may be out of stock on certain colors and/or sizes. If this happens, we first check other suppliers and if the size/color is not available, we will contact you to let you know what alternatives are available.
Tall items (LT, XLT, 2XLT & 3XLT) may not be available in all colors and some tall items may not match the non-tall color options perfectly. If you select a tall size and the color is not available, we will contact you to let you know what alternatives are available.


  S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Chest 34-36 38-40 42-44 46-48 50-52 54-56

How to Measure:



Measure under the arm and around the fullest part of the chest with arms down, keeping tape horizontal.
Remember to measure all the way around your body, not just around the front or back.

Another trick is to take a shirt you own that you love the fit of, lay it flat and measure the widest point (usually right below the sleeves) and then double that number. So if you have a 23" width, double that is 46", so you would need a XL shirt.