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Our Shirts

We exclusively use the Bella + Canvas 3413 (Unisex) and 8413 (Ladies) Triblend T-Shirts—the most comfortable shirt we could find (even compared to American Apparel). Bella + Canvas is dedicated to doing business the right way, taking care of their employees, looking at their environmental impact, and more. It's a huge reason we want to utilize only their clothing.

All of our online shirts are printed on-demand, and can take anywhere from 2-7 days to be printed, then shipping time on top of that. When you order, plan on about 10 days for you to get your shirt in the mail.

We are currently working on some of our shirts being available in local retailers in Colorado, so stay tuned for that news!

Sizing Chart

Sizes are fairly standard. Spencer, our founder, is 6' and 175 pounds and he wears a medium in just about every T-shirt brand out there. The Bella + Canvas is no exception. 

3413 Unisex T-shirts

XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL
Length 27 28 29 30 31 32 33
Width 16 ½ 18 20 22 24 26 28

8413 Women's T-shirts

S M L XL 2XL
Length 26 26 ½ 27 ⅛ 27 ¾ 28 ⅜
Width 15 ¾ 16 ½ 17 ½ 18 ½ 19 ½

Material & Fit

The shirt is a triblend—50% poly, 25% combed and ring-spun cotton, 25% rayon. The thread weight is 40 singles, meaning it's a finer, lighter thread, resulting in a softer, thinner shirt. It's lightweight at 3.8 oz, but is still durable and maintains its shape after repeated washes. 

I'd call the fit modern or contemporary. It hangs well on the torso without looking like a muscle shirt, thanks to the fine thread weight and soft composition. 

Some have noted that the women's 8413 runs small so it may be wise to size up. 

Caring For Your Shirt

The best trick to keeping your shirts in tip-top shape is to keep them out of the dryer. Instead, air-dry them on a hanger or drying rack. This will keep the shirt from shrinking unnecessarily, and will keep the printed image looking nice.

That said, these shirts do hold up surprisingly well in the dryer (I've tested both machine and air drying), although they do shrink a bit. Since the shirt is 50% poly, it's going to shrink less than a 100% cotton shirt, but it will shrink. I find that after wearing the shirt for 30-60 minutes after machine drying, my body heat and active movement of the shirt fibers help it relax back into more of its original size.