- Crew neck with cotton lycra rib
- Self fabric shoulder to shoulder taping
- 100% Cotton
- Short Sleeve
- Guaranteed to perform at 60 C wash
- 100% Cotton (Ash: 99% cotton, 1% polyester; Heather Grey: 97% cotton, 3% polyester)
- Short Sleeve, style: 61044
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From the manufacturer
What Makes Fruit of the Loom Special?
Today’s Fruit range has more styles, choices, sizes and colour than ever before. Since we’ve been a leading garment manufacturer for over 165 years; our range, quality, service and value is second to none.
Every garment in the collection is ethically produced and every item is designed to give perfect results for every kind of decoration. Whether you’re looking for garments suitable for leisure, promotion, work wear, music merchandising, school uniform or sport we’ve complementary styles for men, ladies and kids across a comprehensive collection of t-shirts, sweats, shirts, performance and more including underwear.
For colour and choice from a brand you can always count on, Fruit of the Loom offers you everything under the sun!
Quality Garments start with Quality Products
We pride ourselves on using the best fabrics to make all of our quality garments. This starts with the use of the finest raw cotton. As a company committed to the respect for human rights, we only use ethically produced yarn to manufacture our garments. The majority of our raw cotton is from the USA.
Using the best quality raw materials, our manufacturing techniques also ensure that our fabrics meet market requirements. For example, our 100% cotton T-shirts are manufactured with a fine knit gauge for unbeatable printing performance and a revolutionary knitting technique means all of our Sweats are manufactured with 100% cotton face, keeping the polyester at the back of the Sweat fabric and the cotton at the front.
This technique gives each Sweat greater durability and unbeatable pilling performance.
Complete Control from Start to Finish
Control is vitally important to Fruit of the Loom and our huge custom-built manufacturing plant in Morocco gives us the control we need to bring you the garments you count on us for. Situated on a site the size of around 73 football pitches, our main building is the second-largest in the whole of Africa and we are entirely self-sufficient with our own sub-station and water treatment and recycling facilities. Here we produce all our own garments over 2 million every week and the product quality and ethical certainty of every single one of them can be assured by us. Delivery to over 75 countries!
Ethics and the Environment are at the Heart of Everything We Do
Fruit of the Loom doesn’t just make garments; we make them the right way. To us, this means protecting the rights of all people we work with and doing what’s right for the environment.
We’ve set out our high standards in our own charter that we call The Fruit Code. And this doesn’t just apply to us every supplier we work with has to meet the criteria and we carry out independent audits to ensure compliance.
All Fruit facilities are fully WRAP certified (an independent world organisation that ensures lawful, humane and ethical manufacturing) and our own Moroccan plant has achieved a Gold Certificate of Compliance. We only use ethically-produced yarn and all our garments are independently Oeko-Tex Standard 100 approved. This approval certifies that they contain absolutely no substances that are harmful to humans or the environment.
Our Moroccan plant includes its own water-treatment facility that recycles up to 60% of the water we use, returning it to the river cleaner than when it arrived. As a result of this, the river bed has completely regenerated and is once again alive with fish and wildlife.
Our ethical and environmental credentials are industry-leading. If ethical manufacturing is important to your business – and it should be – do the right thing and choose Fruit of the Loom.
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However, if you can keep some perspective, these ‘Super Premium’ T shirts are an amazing bargain, provided you can get the size you prefer.
I’m a 42” chest, and my preference is for a baggy T shirt for workwear, so I ordered XL – and they are a nice, comfortable, loose fit. A tiny bit on the ‘large’ side? Possibly, but these are a workwear option: rather an inch too big than too small.
In one of the shirts I received, the stitching was not 100% perfect ( no holes, nothing major), but since these cost about the same as 30mins parking in an NCP, I don’t really expect perfection.
It says 'Super Premium' on the tag, that means that you are getting taped shoulder seams, no side seams, a quality fabric, double stitching on the arms and hem, and a better quality fabric on the neck. Mine are washing fine in terms of colour and shape. And I no longer find myself in an (overpriced) fashion brand just for painting, gardening, or the endless washing of my wife’s car.
Tips for sizing problems:
If you don’t get the size correct, you can always return them. If you think that is too much effort, then you can always gift them to someone you know who will fit your shirts. In extreme cases, you may have to befriend someone specifically in order to get someone of the correct size ( or you could opt to save time and donate them to a charity or a homeless person).
Worlds Best Vs Perspective.
If you are looking for the “World’s Best T Shirt”, then Sunspel’s Sea Island Cotton T would have to be a strong contender. At today's prices, they cost THIRTY FIVE TIMES MORE than a Fruit Super Premium, and you still might not get your preferred size right on the first try. Decisions, decisions...
Well, initially it felt soft and comfy but after a few washes the cotton has become very stiff and had a disturbing textured feeling to it. Can't really wear this anymore