- The Original Independent Sweatshirt, the IND4000, is the go-to blank sweatshirt for brands all over the world. Why? It's our combination of quality fabric, construction, colors, print-ability, and a consistency in production that has been forged from over 30 years of manufacturing this classic style. Handcrafted from premium ring spun cotton 3-end fleece to achieve a smooth and stable fabric surface for printing. This premium heavyweight garment has a generous fit and is completed with a fleece lined hood, heavy gauge round drawcord, nickel eyelets, and 1x1 ribbing at cuffs and waistband.
- 10 oz (330 gm) cotton/polyester blend 3-end fleece
- ring spun cotton
- Solid Colors: 70% Cotton/30% Polyester with 100% cotton 32 singles face yarn for supreme printability and softness
- Heather Colors: 52% Cotton/48% Polyester (Charcoal Heather, Gunmetal Heather, Grey Heather)
- Camo Colors: 75% Cotton/25% Polyester with 100% cotton 32 singles face yarn (Forest Camo, Black Camo, Tiger Camo, Army Camo & Snow Camo)
- Safety Colors: 52% Cotton/48% Polyester overall fabric content with 65% Polyester/35% Cotton face yarns (Safety Yellow, Safety Orange)
- fleece lined hood
- split stitch double needle sewing on all seams
- twill neck tape
- tear away neck label
- 1x1 ribbing at cuffs and waistband
- nickel eyelets
- generous fit
**Note: The following colors are available in plus sizes: Black (XS-5XL), Charcoal Heather (XS-5XL), Grey Heather (XS-5XL), Navy (XS-4XL) & White (XS-5XL). All other colors are available in sizes XS-3XL. Not all sizes listed are available for on-line retail orders.
• The heather colors are not made of 100% cotton face yarn. Please do your own testing prior to screen printing.
• When printing on our Camo Colorways it is important that the garment DOES NOT reach 320 Degrees when flashing or drying.
- Our Camo Colorways are a Water Based Print on 100% cotton fabric surface.
- At 320 degrees you risk ink migration to your print.
- To be really safe some printers use a Poly Blocker base, and low temperature curing inks to stay away from 320 degrees.
- 300 degrees or lower is a safer temperature to avoid ink migration problems.
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