Fruit Of The Loom SS044 T-Shirt

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Fruit of the Loom Super Premium T-Shirt. Embroidery and printing available.

100 Cotton (Heather Grey 98Cotton, 2 Polyester).
Restyled for an improved fit.
One-piece Cotton/Lycra neck for improved shape retention.
Shoulder to shoulder taping.
Guaranteed to perform at 60°C wash.
Weight 190/205g/m2.

White 190 gsm, Colours 205 gsm
Chest (to fit) S - 35/37", M - 38/40", L - 41/43", XL - 44/46", 2XL - 47/49", 3XL - 50/52" , *3XL available in Black, Heather Grey, Navy and White only

Enhance this garment with the addition of high quality embroidery or print. Our in-house team can add your company, club or organisation logo in beautiful embroidery of razor-sharp, super-durable print. Weve been supplying embroidered t-shirts for over 20 years and have a great selection of colours to choose from.

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Embroidery and Print Compatible
This product can be transformed with superb embroidery and print, produced in-house by the experienced Howsafe branding team. Please call us on 01733 560669 to discuss your embroidery and print requirements.

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Fruit of the Loom

Fruit of the Loom was founded in 1851 by two brothers in Rhode Island, USA. The B.B and R. Knight Corporation opened its first mill and began producing quality cotton cloth and textiles. Five years later the Fruit of the Loom brand name was born, inspired by paintings of fruit created by the daughter of one of the company’s customers. In 1871 Fruit of the Loom became official and was registered as trademark number 418. This makes the company one of the world’s oldest trademarks and also means it is older than Coca-Cola, the light bulb and even the humble paper bag. With 160 years’ experience in manufacturing quality textiles Fruit of the Loom has grown to become one of the world’s leading clothing brands. In 2002 Fruit of the Loom was acquired by Berkshire Hathaway Group, chaired by one of the world’s most renowned businessmen, Mr Warren Buffett. 

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