So, you’d like to know what are the best landscaping t-shirts?
We can answer this question based on several criteria.
We can begin with colors
- Green color t-shirts is a common color used. But not a required color. People just like it because green says lawn.
- Safety green would be the most popular for landscape companies. But, they also like to buy safety orange and safety yellow.
These guys want to be seen and the light color lends itself to not making the worker over heat while he is work.
- Yellows and Oranges are most popular with the home landscape enthusiasts.
Next, let’s talk weight
- Lightweight, such as 4.5 to 5 ounce is best in summer and southern areas of the United States
- Middleweight, such as 5.2 to 5.6 ounce are preferred in middle areas of the USA and spring fall time.
- Heavyweights, such as 6 to 6.2 ounce are perfect for northern states from Maine to Washington.
They are best in late fall and winter. But who landscapes in winter?
- If you are going to do heavy type landscaping such as tree falling and such, consider the heavyweight t-shirts
- If you are ridding a lawn mower all day and not doing strenuous work,
the lightweight is best in the middle to southern states and the middleweight is best from middle to northern states
- All round work, we highly recommend going with a middleweight and maybe stick with light colors (but avoid white, as they get dirty fast)
- The popular brands in short sleeve styles, such as Hanes, Gildan, Jerzees and Anvils are the lowest price choices
- A mid-range price and these are probably more for the home do it yourself people would be brands like American Apparel, Gitano and Bella.
- higher priced t-shirts would be the long sleeve t-shirt and these are mostly used in fall, winter and early spring when the climate is cooler.
Contrary to popular belief, these are great in sunny hot weather climates for landscaping crews, because they keep the backing sun off their arms.
Hopefully those answers helped you decide
what are the best landscape t-shirts
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