A CUSTOMER IS QUERING THE 3 DIFFERENT WEIGHTS FOR THE SAME STYLE 2000 T-SHIRT
-6.1oz, 10.1oz AND 205 g/m2, HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE?
Fabric is measured in a variety of ways, most of which are meant to provide a guideline of quality. In the USA, fabric weight is commonly referred to as a # of ounces per square yard. If you took a piece of the fabric that measured exactly 1 square yard (36″ by 36″) it would weigh a certain number of ounces, the style 2000 in this case would weigh 6.1oz. In Europe, Asia and most of the rest of the world fabric weight is measured as # of grams per square meter of fabric (GSM) – which is 1 square meter of fabric (approx 39″ by 39″), in the case of the style 2000 the weight would be 205 g/m2. Canada on the other hand, has a third scale which measures in Ounces per linear yard. A Linear yard (for this purpose is 36″ long and 60″ wide) – therefore the style 2000 would weigh 10.1oz.
DOES GILDAN USE SWEATSHOPS, CHILD LABOR OR FORCED LABOR IN THEIR FACILITIES?
No. All Gildan facilities (and contractors) adhere to our strict internal code of conduct, local & international laws and the codes of WRAP and the FLA.
You can visit www.gildan.com/corporate for more info.
DOES GILDAN’S PRODUCTS ARE ECO-FRIENDLY?
Gildan is the first North American manufacturer awarded Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification, one of the world’s most prestigious eco-apparel certifications. This is a guarantee that no harmful chemicals or materials were used in the manufacturing process.
HOW CAN I OBTAIN PRICING INFORMATION?
You can check each of the product page in our website.
DO YOU HAVE MINIMUM ORDER QUANTITY?
No, we don’t have minimum order quantity.
WHAT HAPPENS IF THERE IS A PRICING ERROR ON YOUR WEBSITE?
Although we continue to improve our website quality, it still possible project the price errors caused by system delay. Final price subject to our written quotation.