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Topic # 113148 8-Jan-2013 09:14
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Anyone know the best place to order some printed T's from in New-Zealand?  

Preferably a place that doesnt take months to get the shirt to you would be good. If you can help, thanks heaps.

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  Reply # 741426 8-Jan-2013 09:52
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I buy a lot from www.threadless.com

It's not NZ based but the shipping is reasonable in price and time.

The designs are crowd sourced. As in, anyone can upload a design and it can get voted on with the final goal of getting a limited run print. They're quite small print runs so it's highly unlikely you'll see the same tee on someone else... more so if you get a first edition print.

The better prints are reprinted but this can take months as it's based on how many people ask for it to be reprinted.

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  Reply # 741430 8-Jan-2013 09:55
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if you want a one off prepare to pay $$$ as most of the cost is in the screen set up. I get all my shirts from
www.brazenclothing.com based in Wellington.




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  Reply # 741436 8-Jan-2013 09:59
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Awesome thanks guys! :)

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  Reply # 741447 8-Jan-2013 10:16
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Sounds like the OP wants to get custom printed tees within days/weeks, not vote on someone elses crowdsourced design and wait weeks/months to buy it.

Try your local screenprinters/embroiderer, I have used one in Hawkes Bay several times who delivered within 5 working days. They weren't cheap, but the product was good quality.

You might need to clarify 'best place' as you might get loads of recommendations for the best quality product in NZ at a higher price than anyone else, which is no good to you, if by 'best place' you mean cheapest price, or most-knowledgable staff.




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  Reply # 741487 8-Jan-2013 11:05
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http://www.mrvintage.co.nz/



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  Reply # 741547 8-Jan-2013 12:12
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tonyhughes: Sounds like the OP wants to get custom printed tees within days/weeks, not vote on someone elses crowdsourced design and wait weeks/months to buy it.

Try your local screenprinters/embroiderer, I have used one in Hawkes Bay several times who delivered within 5 working days. They weren't cheap, but the product was good quality.

You might need to clarify 'best place' as you might get loads of recommendations for the best quality product in NZ at a higher price than anyone else, which is no good to you, if by 'best place' you mean cheapest price, or most-knowledgable staff.


I meant like online places where you can get already printed T's but the sort where they are a bit more one off. Not totally one off of course but anything that beats heading into the local farmers store etc and taking one of the many same ones off the rack.

-e- Yes like Mr vintage below, any others like this, they can get quite pricey

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