What size shirt should I order?

Please check the sizing chart in the listings, I always recommend measuring a t-shirt/hoodie you already own to compare! If in any doubt, please size up. If you are after a size not listed, please do contact me, and I can set up a special order for you.

What forms of payment do you accept?

All credit cards and debit cards are accepted through PayPal inc Visa, Mastercard and AmEx.

What is your exchange / return policy?

Unworn items can be returned for a refund, postage costs are not refundable. 

How long before I receive my order?

T-shirts and hoodies are printed to order and hats are embroidered to order, and production times vary from approx 2-4 business days. Items will then be sent via first class mail.

I work with printers in the UK, EU, USA, Canada and Australia, so your order can get to you in good time regardless of location! Occasionally if an item is out of stock at one printers, it will be printed eleswhere and sent to you via air-mail (the cost of postage remains the same). 

Do you send items internationally?

Yes! Orders can be posted to almost every country.

What process is used to print the t-shirts and hoodies?

All our t-shirts and hoodies are printed using DTG printing (direct to garment), which is a printing method that sprays the ink onto the garment. The ink then soaks into the fibers of the garment. It’s like printing on paper, but on clothing.
It is considered more sustainable than screen printing as it's possible to print one offs with little set up cost, therefore there is no over-production and very little textile and ink waste.
DTG printing also produces vibrant prints! 

Tell me more about your products.

I do my very best to use ethically sourced products. For instance, the hoodies are made by Gildan who's corporate responsibility strategy is called 'Genuine Responsibility' and focuses on the enviroment and caring for it's workers.

The t-shirts are made by Bella+Canvas, a US company that prioritises sustainability by limiting and filtering its water supply, saving energy, and recycling leftover fabric.