Hanger 39 have been providing regimental and operational tour t-shirts, hoodies, caps, jackets, and work shirts to the armed forces for over 10 years.
We have customers around the world including on operations in Iraq and Afghanistan and where we have shipped directly to them via the BFPO system.
So if you have an idea for a design let us know and our designers can create something for you.
Classic military tour t-shirt would be to have your regimental badge or insignia embroidered onto the left breast and have a large screen print with a slogan on the back.
Check out our ful range at http://www.full-collection.com/
Latest generation genuine Multicam hook and loop backed Zap badges made specially to order to compliment your MTP or Multicam uniform and equipment.
Include your Zap number, rank and blood group as well as a union flag. Ideal for ID/Admin pouches and UBACS, these badges can be sewn or attached onto any hook and loop or Velcro-compatible equipment or clothing as required.
A Zap number is a personal identification number used by operational troops using the first 2 letters of your surname, the last 4 of your army number.
• Lasting and durable - retain their colour and design throughout their lifecycle
• The robust colourfast threads make the badges suitable for commercial washing
• Your design is individually recreated
• Can be removed and reused, supplied with or without Velcro backing.
• Reinforced backer to ensure smooth appearance
• fast turn around
• Huge colour range black, Olive Green, Coyote Tan, , Multicam
As these are highly individual items call us to discuss options.
Screen printing is a great process for larger order of printed t-shirts (10+) and larger designs. Screen-printed t-shirts wash well and can maintain the print quality for some time. Most printing you see in the High Street shops will have been printed this way.
This process should not be confused with heat transfer printing (or thermal prints). Transfer prints do not last as well and are not as good in terms of print quality. When screen printing, one colour at a time is applied and therefore the cost will increase with each additional colour applied. For each separate colour an additional screen is required, so a design with 4 colours in it will need 4 screens, this can make screen printing in many colours uneconomical if only a small run of clothing is required and digital printing might be a cheaper option. At the other end of the number scale the cost of 4 screens spread over a large number of garments doesn't add a lot extra to the cost per shirt. We have price breaks at 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and at 500. If you want more than 500 then we will produce a bespoke quote for you. You can combine garments to get to the next price bracket as long as the print remains the same. If the print size is changed then this counts as a separate print run.