The Best Custom T-Shirts in Toronto
The best custom T-shirts in Toronto are surefire attention-grabbers - they'll pull in any passer-by based on the coolness of the band, the beauty of the artwork, or the outlandish humour of its text. A shoddy print job or ill-fitting T-shirt will derail your club, team, or marketing stunt, so head to the best for all your custom printing needs. Perhaps you want someone to kiss you because you're Irish, or notice that you're with stupid? If you make it, they will laugh.
Here are the best custom T-shirts in Toronto.
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A sweet Canadian-owned and -operated company, the T-Shirt Guys on Logan use eco-friendly (soybean) dyes in production of their t-shirts. Carrying standard brands like Gildan, ATC, and Bella + Canvas, and Coal Harbour for their t-shirts, you can send your hi-res artwork to them and they'll do it right up. More »
You can create your own T-shirt so easily at Freshly Baked Tees, they swear it only takes five minutes. A single shirt will run you $29.75, but like all T-shirt shops, the more you buy, the cheaper they are. You get a $5 discount if you bring your own, but they also carry a wide variety of colours. More »
Toronto Tees also call themselves the home of the five minute t-shirt, and pricing is the exact same as Fresh Baked. Why? Because they are a sister business. The selection and pricing is the same, the only difference is the Yonge St. location. More »
Kensington Market's favourite t-shirt maker, Hardboiled design and print all the T-shirts themselves using Gildan, American Apparel and Anvil. They aren't the cheapest, but bands love to hit Hardboiled for their merch, and the regular customers follow suit. More »
Unlike other shops, Jimmy T'z Vintage Inc. uses the latest in environmental inks instead of silk screening, discharge, heat or sublimation transfers. It gets great detail on the t-shirts, and there is no set-up fee for a single shirt. More »
Sugarbomb has an old school feel, and it makes sense since it's associated with the Roller Derby leagues of Toronto. Whip yourself into a new T-shirt - they do custom screen-printing, vinyl heat transfers on shirts, hoodies and even armbands. More »
Source Screen Printing offers a wide variety of services, from discharge to waterbased inks, embroidery and beyond. They also carry a bunch of T-shirt manufacturers - Gildan, American Apparel, Alstyle, Fruit of the Loom and M&O - only problem, is the minimum order is 12 pieces. Got a baseball team? More »
Artik opened in 1985, and has remained a Toronto favourite ever since. They use Gildan, Bella and American Apparel blanks - just send in your artwork and they'll screenprint your image. Head to their Adelaide location for your finished T-shirt. More »
Screenprinting and embroidery are the name of the game for Stitchy Lizard in Liberty Village. Printable items include T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, jackets, workwear, sport uniforms and more, from American Apparel, Gildan, Bella, Jericho and Anvil, among others. They'll even print on mason jar tumblers. Prices run between $25-35 for a custom T-shirt depending on the vinyl content. More »