Gildan G5000 Adult Unisex 5.3 oz. HD Heavy Cotton™ Blank T-Shirts (20 Colors) - 4974

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Model G500 - Cotton: 100% - Weight: 5.3 Oz - Sizes S, M, L, XL, 2XL

The Gildan 500 is a heavy cotton t-shirt made of 100% cotton. Very comfortable to wear with double-needle stitching on the neckline, bottom hem and sleeves.
Features:

  • Weight: 5.3 oz

  • Pre-shrunk 100% cotton. 

  • double-needle stitched hemmed sleeves and bottom

  • Double-needle stitching throughout

  • Taped shoulder-to-shoulder

  • Seamless rib at neck

  • Heather colors and neon colors are 50/50 material 

 

Fiber content varies by color:

  Ash Grey is 99% cotton, 1% polyester.

  Sunset, Safety Pink, Russet, Neon (Green, Blue), Midnight, Lilac, Blackberry, Tweed, Safety Green, S. Orange, Dark Heather, Graphite Heather, and Heather (Military Green, Radiant Orchid, Red, Sapphire) are 50% cotton, 50% polyester.

  Antique (Cherry Red, Jade Dome, Irish Green, Sapphire, Orange) and Sport Grey are 90% cotton, 10% polyester.

 

Sizes Width (IN) Length (IN) Sleeve Center Back (IN)
S 18 28 15.63
M 20 29 17
L 22 30 18.5
XL 24 31 20
2XL 26 32 21.5
3XL 28 33 22.88
4XL 30 34 24.25
5XL 32 35 25.37
 
Where are Gildan® products manufactured? As Gildan controls the entire process, from raw cotton to finished garments the answer is as follows:
  • Gildan yarns mostly use US cotton and are generally spun in their yarn spinning plants in the USA.
  • Those yarns are sent to their textile facilities in Honduras and the Dominican Republic to be knit, dyed, finished and cut into fabric parts for sewing.
  • The cut parts from Dominican Republic are either sewn in Dominican Republic or Haitian sewing facilities.
  • The cut parts from Honduras are either sewn in Honduran or Nicaraguan sewing facilities.
  • Gildan also operates a small facility in Bangladesh which makes the textiles and sews the final garments in one location.