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USS Enterprise 10 Forward Shirt v1

$22.00
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Weight:
8.00 Ounces
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This shirt is the perfect gift for the Trekkie in your life. It's made from Gildan Ring spun cotton, so it's soft and comfortable. 10 Forward is where the crew of the Enterprise relaxes, so this shirt is sure to make you feel like one of them.

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 Front Image is  14" x 16"

 In most cases some maybe smaller or larger dependent on the logo 

Gildan - Softstyle® T-Shirt 

    • 4.5 oz.(US) 7.5 oz.(CA), 100% preshrunk ring spun cotton
    • Semi-fitted
    • High stitch density for smoother printing surface
    • Seamless double needle 3/4" collar
    • Taped neck and shoulders
    • Rolled forward shoulder
    • Double needle sleeve and bottom hems
    • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
    • Tear away label
    • Sizes: Small – 4 XL

 

 Thank you for visiting Badges of Honor. We are owned and operated by firefighters. We sell Firefighter, Law Enforcement, EMS and Military Clothing. Most of our apparel are NOT screen printed as we use a direct to garment printing (DTG) process. This will ensure that the art will not crack and/or peel off. Direct to garment printing has become popular because it is almost 100% eco-friendly. While screen printing and other methods often use synthetic plastisol-based inks, DTG printers use environmentally friendly, water-based inks, with the exception of certain mild solvent based and discharge inks used on a small percentage of printers.  DTG printing simply requires the image to be of adequate resolution and it can print a full color image directly onto the garment. Our T-shirts are of high-quality name brand cotton or cotton blend shirts. Also, our printers do not print white ink so if an image has white in it that area will be the color of the shirt. The image is not as shinny as in traditional screen printing.

1 Review

  • 5
    Love it

    Posted by Larry F on 28th Jul 2022

    I think that a true treker would understand this