Psylo Graphics proudly offers several brands and styles of apparel 100% made in America. Quality brands like US Blanks, Bella+Canvas, American Apparel, Next Level , Alternative and Econscious include several US made styles in their catalog that are still affordable and your purchase will help the economy of the nation. Therefore, please ask any of our representatives to help you choose the right US blank for you!
Next Level America: Freedom To Choose Your Next Level Apparel Favorites Made In The USA.
Next Level Apparel commits to the highest standards in every aspect of our business. Each member of their dynamic team delivers a superior customer service experience. Next Level Apparel follows all of the CPSIA (Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act) testing standards. Their WRAP certified (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production) factories commit to the highest ethical standards of domestic conduct and best quality practices. Most importantly Next Level Apparel respects the rights of each individual and care for the environment.
Bella+Canvas: Airlume Jersey | No Sweatshops | Wrap Certified | Retail Quality
BELLA+CANVAS also commits to maintaining and upholding responsible workplace and domestic environmental standards. All US production and office facilities receive Platinum accreditation from WRAP. As a result they only work with partners who share our values of a humane and safe workplace. They’re also in the process of getting all their international facilities WRAP certified as well.
Alternative Apparel: Organic Cotton | Post-Consumer Recycled Polyester | Low-Impact Dyes | Eco-Friendly Packaging
Alternative ensures fair, safe & clean workplace conditions on a global scale. They’re also joining the Fashion Revolution, because clothes shouldn’t come at the expense of our planet or people. For instance they use oxo-biodegradable mailer bags & have implemented a vendor recycling program. A majority of their factories are also WRAP-certified, and all of them adhere to Fair Labor Association guidelines & workplace code of conduct. So consequently they craft garments with sustainable materials & processes, including organic & recycled materials, low-impact dyes & water-conserving washes.
American Apparel: Ethically Made | Sweatshop Free
American Apparel has recently been purchased by Canadian brand Gildan Activewear SRL, and they are re-launching it with a combination of Made-in-USA plus imported styles. Therefore Gildan has committed to maintaining a Made in the USA collection of key American Apparel styles. As a result It has secured contract manufacturers in southern California to produce the fabrics and garments.
Econscious: Sustainable Apparel And Accessories
The offices of econscious were established in July, 2006 in Sonoma County, California wine country. Their location houses a design department for private label accounts. Subsequently providing trend research and full package artwork from concept to production. The Petaluma office employs a team of product developers and production managers that oversee dozens of private label customer accounts. In addition a full warehouse brings in goods from the port of Oakland, and ships globally.
You can find the USA factory in Los Angeles, California. Joining forces with the introduction of their first domestically made style, the USA Organic Made Tee in 2019! The launch of the USA Made Organic Tee shows a long standing goal of bringing more manufacturing closer to home.
Styles produced here: USA Made Organic Tee EC1007
US Blanks: American Made | The Heart Of The Domestic Apparel Manufacturing Industry
US Blanks believes that American Made is better – better quality, better for our people and economy, better turn times and better control. As an American manufacturer, they treat their workers fair and pay decent living wages. Made in the USA isn’t a marketing angle for them – it is the foundation of the company. US Blanks make all of their entire collection in the US. They even knitt and dye their fabrics in LA.
Many studies show that the average T-shirt travels over 15,000 miles from its raw material stage. Through the supply chain, and finally to the back of an average US consumer. As a result, by sourcing and producing locally they immediately reduce the environmental impact in every product they produce. Their fabrics travel less than 5 miles from their knitting mill. From concept and development to fabric production at their textile mill, and in-house garment cut and sew. They produce our fabrics locally through our partner knit and dye facility, currently the largest textile mill in the USA, outputting millions of yards of fabric weekly.