There’s an old saying that every inspection-ready soldier isn’t ready for combat, and every combat-ready soldier isn’t ready for inspection. There’s a certain amount of truth to that, but it’s not as black and white as it seems. Sometimes our best and brightest are men and women who can conquer both worlds of the military spectrum.
Every warrior enjoys the comforts of garrison life. But every single one of them will eventually break and yearn for the life they chose: To fight. It was ingrained in the Ancients just like it is in modern warriors, you must fight.
A warrior in garrison is safe, but that’s not what warriors are built for
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OK i'm sorry my bad i miss read your first answer about this shirt,you do say it is not sublimated in. ok well now my question is does this ink that is printed on shirt have any texture and weight to it? because i would like it to be part of the shirt and not crack or peel off.
The design is printed on (not in) the shirt. I personally own shirts from Ranger up, and have not experienced any cracking, peeling, or fading of the designs in over a year of use.
Answered on 11/3/2014 by Anonymous
Ok so I looked up sublimated in, as you have mentioned in your previous answer to my previous question about this shirt and it says that it only works on polyester material.And this shirt says it's 100% cotton.I'm confused please explain.
The design is printed on (not in) the shirt. Sublimation is the process in which dye/ink is transposed directly into the fabric instead of onto it. This item is NOT sublimated but we have not seen complaints of the logos fading, or cracking.
Answered on 11/3/2014 by MMAWarehouse Staff
Is the material thin or thick? and is the logo like hollow gram or is it embedded in the t-shirt? and what is Garrison??