Please read the description carefully. If you are expecting a box of all grail tees, or are unwilling to stain treat and wash; do not order this mix.
This is a wholesale offering of vintage and retro t-shirts sold by the pound. The mix will mostly be later 1980s through the early 2000s and we may include modern but trendy, for example: Harley Davidson tees; the Simpsons/Mickey Mouse/Looney Tunes; or a retro band / music tee.
If you only want "pure" single stitch vintage tshirts, please do not purchase this mix! Please consider our vintage tees by the bundle instead.
These tshirts could be poly/cotton blend (50/50), or 100% cotton. The older vintage tshirts are worn nice and thin and generally have more damage, such as holes, paint, stains,yellowing,etc.. The newer ones in the mix may be a bit heavier but are generally in better condition. All sizes and styles may be included, including kids' (but sized so a small woman would fit). The variety of print designs could be anything, such as: sports, travel, patterned (like tie dye or camo) novelty, cartoon, family reunion, Harley Davidson, class/school, animals, risque, beach, landscape, concert/band (including modern), business, beer/tobacco, and more!
White tshirts (with some sort of printed graphic) will be substantial in the mix.
For "by the pound" orders we literally grab armfuls of the clothing until we meet the weight you order. We do not look at each and every piece, so your order may contain ANY variety of vintage or retro t-shirt (including any style, any colour, any era, any size, etc....) and WILL include damaged tees. If you know you'll get upset if you received something damaged or "not fire", please do not order via this method.
Clothing averages 2-3 pieces per pound.
You should expect to steam/clean for stains. Your order will contain damaged items due to age and distressing. The white tshirts will have stains!
Photos are examples only.
We do offer a "random" tshirt category that is much cheaper and includes a mix of 1990s through modern tshirts. Please see the link at the bottom of the page.