Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between 'regular fit' and 'soft style'?
Soft Style products offer a more tailored fit to the hips and chest of the wearer.
What does 'gsm' mean?
Gsm stands for grams per square metre. This is the standard measurement used for fabric. The higher the weight, the more raw material is used to weave the fabric.
What is 'ringspun' cotton?
This is when the raw material has been spun using ring frames, producing a finer, softer and more durable end product. This is used for our GD01 Softstyle T-shirt. A semi-fitted cut, suitable for both men & female, the fabric is lightweight and with a soft, peached finish. Weight: 153 gsm.
What is 'ultra' cotton?
This is when the raw material has been spun tightly to produce a thicker, heavier cotton, and then pre-shrunk before being made into a T-shirt. This is used for our GD02 Ultra Cotton T-shirt. A classic cut, with looser fit and wider sleeves, the size specifications are also slightly larger than that of the GD01. Weight: 203 gsm.
What are 'heather' colours?
This is when several yarns of mixed colours and other fibres are interwoven, generally used for mixing multiple shades of grey with another colour, producing a muted shade, such as Heather Navy and Heather Sport Royal.
Where are your products made?
All of the T-shirts & Hoodies printed by Fifty Degrees Clothing have been supplied by Gildan.
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