Melbourne, Victoria -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/11/2012 -- Neverland store has released the new mens t shirts range for this summer.
T-shirts are available in a variety of colors, patterns, and styles, such as the standard crew neck and V-neck, as well as tank tops and scoop necks. This ability to communicate digitally offers the potential to completely change the concept of a factory. Stretchable T-shirts are made of knit fabrics, especially jerseys, rib knits, and interlock rib knits, which consist of two ribbed fabrics that are joined together. For woven products, they can be digitally designed; patterns digitally made; markers can be created; and fabric can be digitally printed.
Additional features include pockets and decorative trim. On the contrary, knitting a complete garment on these new seamless machines allows the product to remain in digital form until it reaches the manufacturing/conversion plant. The technology of knitting seamless garments on V-bed machines have gained significant commercial acceptance since its introduction in 1995. Visible topstitching is done with a color of thread that blends with the fabric. Finally, optional decorative features may include trim, such as braiding, contrasting cuffs, appliqués, and heat transfer or screen print designs Based on such technology, mass customization is enabled, which allows consumers to decide on the features of a garment. This leads to saving of production costs up to 40 percent compared to the customary knitting. Some manufacturers use white thread for seams on all their shirts, regardless of color, thus eliminating the extra labor involved in changing the thread. Knitted mens t shirts are durable, versatile garments with mass appeal that may be worn as outerwear or underwear.
A printed t-shirt has a straight body with sleeves at the top that make the form of the letter "t" hence the name "t-shirt. Civilian men wore a sleeveless undergarment called a singlet. The United States Navy began having t-shirts made for sailors in 1913 because they wanted something underneath the sailors' jumpers that would cover chest hair. Military men used to dye the t shirts with coffee grounds to make them better camouflaged. While similar types of cotton undershirts were worn prior to the t-shirt, they were all sleeveless varieties so were not really "t" shaped shirts, or t-shirts, at all. It wasn't until the late 30s that Hanes and Sears Roebuck produced the t-shirt for sale to civilians.
The shirt was called the "gob" shirt; gob was the popular slang term for a sailor in the United States Navy. When the Marines began to wear the white t-shirt as an outer garment, they soon realized they were too easy for the enemy to spot. Sears offered a 24 cent t-shirt in 1938 designed like a sailor's undergarment. Soon after, standard green military printed t-shirts were developed and given to the Marines and then the Army The gob shirt was advertised by Sears as being suitable to wear as an outer garment rather than only as an undergarment. Fruit of the Loom started to manufacture the t-shirt in 1938. James Dean and Elvis also gave the t-shirt a sexy new look and the tighter style that showed the male body became very popular. When Marlon Brando wore a form fitting t-shirt as an outer garment in "A Streetcar Named Desire," it caused quite a sensation.
For more information on mens printed t shirts go to http://www.neverlandstore.com.au
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