by Jon Kay
An elite shirt woven from high-tech materials, designed to maintain its tactical integrity in the face of high-pressure wash cycles. It resists the kind of oppressive dryer heat that would shrink a normal cotton shirt, because polyester...polyester never changes.
This latest reprint is on American Apparel's new Heather Lieutenant 50/50 shirt and features:
- 4 (count 'em!) print locations: chest, sleeve, back, and tag
- Super-soft 50/50 garment
- Soft, thin, 3-color waterbase print
- 1" bonus pin
We've also got some remaining stock from the original runs; the olive shirts are printed on our standard American Apparel 2001 shirt, while the heather black is American Apparel's BB401, a thinner and more "breathable" version of the 2001.
Printed by Forward Printing in California, these shirts are discharge printed with waterbase inks -- in other words, the ink is dyed right into the shirt for a sharp, smooth, soft print.