What is a Triblend T-Shirt?

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Updated 05/10/2022

What is a Tri Blend T Shirt Made From?

As the name implies, custom tri blend T shirts are made from a blend of three fibers: cotton, polyester, and rayon. Once you try this fabric blend, it will likely be your go-to choice for T shirts, workout wear, weekend wear, and work wear. Why?

• Tri-blend fabrics combine the best that cotton, polyester, and rayon have to offer. The cotton portion of the tri blend makes the fabric breathable and durable. The polyester also makes the fabric durable and fast drying. The rayon creates a nice drape and so the T-shirt, hoody, or other chosen tri-blend apparel drapes nicely and flatters most body types.

• Custom tri blend T shirts are super soft. Blending three fibers together (typically 50 percent polyester, 25 percent cotton, and 25 percent rayon) creates a super soft material.

• Custom tri blend T shirts are less likely to shrink.  Wash your custom tri blend T shirts in cool or lukewarm water to keep them looking great and fitting fabulously wash after wash. 

What is a Tri Blend T shirt Good For?

Custom tri blend T shirts stretch as you move. Whether you are running, jumping, or just reaching for something on the top shelf, your custom tri blend T shirt is going to give you the freedom to move, but it will also keep its original shape. Win win!

• You might notice that custom tri blend fabrics have a little bit of a heathered or dappled look compared to a 100 percent cotton T shirt. This dappled look does not affect your design and most people like the variation, but that’s a personal choice.

• Tri blend T shirts are excellent for custom screen printed designs as they take and hold color well.

What are the Best Tri Blend T Shirt Brands?

Good news! There are multiple brands of tri blend T shirts.  Bella + Canvas tri blend T shirts are a customer favorite as are Next Level, District Made, American Apparel, and Sport-Tek.

About Post Author

Amber Barz

Amber Barz has been researching, writing, and editing website copy since 2008. She has written multiple books, magazine articles and blogs on a multitude of topics, including fashion, decorating, and graphic design. She is graduate of the University of Northern Iowa and holds a degree in communication with minors in journalism and advertising. She has worked with Broken Arrow T-Shirt Printing and Embroidery for over a decade.
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