Combining the elegant, embossed texture of piqué with the environmental benefits of organic cotton, the women's polo shirt embodies the ideal balance between style and sustainability.
This fair trade polo shirt has the G.O.T.S. label:
- No pesticides, insecticides or GMOs used
- Ecological dyeing
- Decent working conditions and wages for farmers and workers
Price including printing: €15.75 excluding VAT
Sizes: available from XS to 2XL
100% combed organic cotton
Lightweight polo: 180 g/m²
There's no collar label, just a size chip.
- Pointed collar: can be buttoned or unbuttoned with two buttons.
- Short sleeves: with ribbed edges for a comfortable fit.
- Side slot: Allows greater freedom of movement
100% plastic-free packaging.
DTF digital printing
Cold machine wash (max 30 ° or 90 ° F)
Wash with similar colours, do not iron on the design, wash and iron on the wrong side.
Your final file size is 10" x 12" (25.4 cm x 30.4 cm).
Download this template file which will allow you to prepare top quality visuals.
Warning: this file contains markers that must be hidden/deleted before sending your design to the application. What appears on the mockup generator of the application is exactly what will be printed.
The files you send to the application must be in JPEG or PNG format, exported at 150 DPI minimum. The advantage of PNG is that this file format manages transparency (so no white "frame" around the visual).
To print your great designs, you need great files. Remember to create your files in the CMYK color space and export them in RGB at 150 DPI/PPI.
White is never printed on white or white-like textiles (such as beige tote bags or pouches), nor is black printed on black textiles.
This is important information to take into account in order to avoid receiving a product with unprinted areas.
Neon colors relatives are difficult to reproduce.
It is important to avoid visuals with "semi-transparent" areas: printing consists of depositing ink on a textile, it is not possible to deposit "semi-transparent" ink. The result can therefore be disappointing, and this is something to be taken into account.
Print on demand constraints
All products are printed by humans (all nice, but humans nonetheless). We place your products on moving trays, manually. We make sure that they are always placed in the same way, but what is the strong point of print on demand is also a sensitive point: there may be slight variations in placement between 2 products.