What’s Up with Those Threads?

Commonly, customers and perspective buyers just want to know – what brand/quality of t-shirt does Global Threads use? Frequently, from major orders to first-time customers, clients have stopped by the office before they place their order just to cop a feel of the type and quality of our variation of tees.


GT Bella Canvas Tanks


“clients have stopped by the office before they place their order just to cop a feel of the type and quality of our variation of tees”


And, let me tell you, they were sold.


 In the industry, there has consistently been a trend toward manufacturing shirts at the cheapest price. The problem with this is that when you manufacture shirts made out of cheap material, you’re presented with a below average t-shirt. As we all know, consumers will always prefer a soft, high-quality tee. Generally, companies have begun to realize the importance of the premium look, especially if they tend to use their shirts for promotion or re-sale.



At Global Threads, we pride ourselves in our dedication to providing

our customers with high-quality t-shirts at various levels of affordability.



While we have access to unlimited material, if it was always Global Threads decision, we would recommend Next Level’s 60/40 blend.

We like this option for a handful of reasons:

1. It's both soft, and high-quality

2. It’s more affordable than tri-blend choices,

3. It holds better through a handful of washes.


But, if the price tag is of no concern, we’d strongly recommend using tri-blends. 3 different materials meshed into one which creates a pillow like shirt feeling.

Even though this is the pricier option, it is quality that you can feel – no kidding – the moment one of our clients feels the material of tri-blend, the decision has already been made for him/her.


Global Threads and Global Threads’ clients love tri-blend because of the softness and quality of the material.







Global Threads prides itself in using only the highest-quality of t-shirts from the highest-quality brands


For example, one of our favorite brands to use, All Made, partners up with the Global Orphan Project. All of their t-shirts are made by under-privileged, misplaced orphans in Haiti. Each worker makes 3-4x the average pay of jobs in their area, and 100% of proceeds go to orphan prevention programs. Additionally, each t-shirt is composed of 6 recycled plastic water bottles. Now that’s a cause, GT can stand for...



Our other favorite brands include Bella Canvas, Next Level, and American Apparel.

Come by GT today and see what type of shirt is your favorite.




Try the Bella Canvas Tri blend today!


Lily Turner