FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Do your shirt sizes run big or small?
A: Almost all of them run true-to-size (aka - average in fit)
See individual product pages for any anomalies.

Q: Where are the shirts made?
A: The blank shirts are made all over the world.
They're all printed in Portland, OR U.S.A
See individual design pages for specifics on country of origin.

Q: What makes the shirts so soft? Are they bamboo?
A: We do not print on bamboo shirts (...yet) but the softness comes from the unique blends we choose to print on and the way those fabrics are produced. CANVAS sums it up nicely here.

Q: Will the design fade? 
A: Nope! When you notice cracks/fades in a shirt design, it's because the ink was never heat-set properly - Travel Tees are. The design should outlast the shirt itself.

Q: How long does it take to ship my order?
A: We ship orders on Tuesdays and Fridays via USPS Flat Rate mailers. 
Order by Mon. to ship on Tues.
Order by Thur. to ship on Fri.
ETA: 2–6 business days (more for holidays)
 

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Extra Notes On Shirts/Material:
All Travel Tees designs are printed on either Next Level Apparel or CANVAS brand garments: These are both sweatshop-free and child-labor free organizations.
Next Level Apparel + CANVAS are both WRAP certified.

Mini-Fabric-Glossary:

  • Heather: In clothing, heather refers to interwoven yarns of mixed colors producing flecks of an alternate color. It is typically used to mix multiple shades of grey or grey with another color to produce a muted shade.
  • Tri-Blend: The fabric for tri-blend shirts are composed of three materials, typically a blend of polyester, cotton, and rayon.