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How our T-Shirts are made

August 08, 2018

How our T-Shirts are made

We aren't just sunglasses! Welcome our newest addition, long sleeve T-Shirt! The T-Shirts have a laid-back, relaxed fit for everyday use. Imported from Peru, it is made out of 100% Peruvian cotton, one of the softest and finest cottons in the world. So comfortable you will want to wear it everywhere. The fabric is very light, strong, and breathable to wear inside or outside. Pair it with one of our sunglasses to have the complete look. 

Here's how they're made:

Step One: The T-shirts are made and ready for the screening process

Step 2: Our Biscayners logo is created through a screen printing process

Step 3: Our Biscaynes logo is ironed on

Step 4: They are ready for you to wear!

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