Printed on a unisex Next Level 6051 triblend raglan 3/4 sleeved shirt in “Tahiti Blue Sleeves / Heather White Body”, “Purple Rush Sleeves / Heather White Body” or “Vintage Pink Sleeves / Heather White Body” with water-base discharge ink for a super soft feel.
An important note on colors:
This raglan is being printed without a white ink underbase, it’s just the color ink being laid down. Without getting into technical tshirt printing info, this means that bright colors are not possible — we would need the white ink underbase in order to achieve bright colors. Since we can’t color match the teal and it’s quite difficult to show the effect properly in a digital rendering, we’ve posted a sleeve color match photo for each in the photo gallery, please check that to see how the sleeves will match. Another thing to keep in mind is that the ink will fade a little after the first few washes, so we print a little bit darker than we want the ink to look once it’s in use. So you can expect a pretty good color match for the purple (a dark print, so it’s possible to get a reasonable color match), a so-so color match for the pink and a not-so-close color match for the teal.
However, for the black, it’s fairly easy as we aren’t trying to match to anything and black is a simple color to print.
Sizing for these NL raglans is very similar to our NL 6210-based male-cut tshirts, which is over 95% of the tshirts that we’ve sold since 2015. So if you have a male-cut hookgrip tshirt, most likely you can order your usual size.
We can also offer the following guesses for sizing, based on past experience. There is some overlap as sizes depend on both height and weight.
|XS||50 – 60|
|S||60 – 75|
|M||70 – 85|
|L||80 – 105|
|XL||100 – 120|
|2XL||115 – 135|
|3XL||130 – 150|
As always with our size charts, people on the border need to size up or size down according to their personal needs. For example, someone who weighs 105kg and is very stocky in the upper body is not going to fit well in an L. But someone who is leaner in their upper body with larger legs may well fit in that size best. It’s also important to consider personal fit preferences. If you are at the high end (like 105kg for L) of a size range then you can expect a tight fit — and very possible too tight, depending on body type. But a 105kg person would almost always not have a tight fit in size XL.
For more information on the blank, click here.