Custom Printed Next Level Shirts
Next Level is a fantastic apparel brand that still flies under the radar. When a customer comes in looking to have a soft shirt custom screen printed we show them the Next Level line and they are sold. As soon as you feel these shirts you the softness and quality is undeniable. They produce trendy yet subtle colors and styles to fit anyone’s need. You will not find bright and loud shirt colors with custom printed Next Level shirts, rather you’ll find the subtle trendy colors popular today with many heathered and blended colors. In my opion they offer the best burn out technique on the market and offer their burnout in many styles including the popular ladies racerback tank.
Quality and Price
To feel custom printed next level shirts is to feel a shirt that is expensive. This is actually not the case as Next Level pricing is among the lowest of all it’s competitors yet their quality is among the best. They offer the following materials.
– Ring Spun Cotton – softer than you typical cotton shirts
– Cotton Poly blends – great price point with a ultra soft feel
– CVC line – these just feel like you’re wearing comfort
– Triblend – Probably the softest triblends on the market
– Burnout – Wear a burnout tee when it’s sweltering out and you’ll never wear anything but burnouts from now on
While Next Level is geared towards tees and tanks they do have some nice sweatshirt options. Although sticking with the tees and tanks, they offer crewnecks, v-necks, deep V-necks, slouchy styles, and a variety of tanks from spagetti straps to the popular racerback tanks. The fabrics accept screen printing ink exceptionally well. Once you feel the shirts and experience their softness you’ll want to give them a try.
We off the Next Level brand in our online shirt designer. Keep in mind when it comes to custom printed next level shirts that cotton and poly blends cost less and the triblends cost the most.
Here is a link to our online custom t-shirt designer. Online T-shirt Designer
As always contact us with any questions.