Anvil: Is Anvil right for me?

January 11, 2019 2 min read

Anvil: Is Anvil right for me?

When you think of the word "Anvil," what comes to mind? For the children in us, the term "anvil" might conjure up images of a large metal object falling from the sky, smashing into our favorite villain-wolf and saving our favorite roadrunning hero.  

Or we might think of the actual tool itself, the massive, steel bench used by metal workers to forge knives, tools, horseshoes, chains, armor, etc.  

We at bulkthreads.com, however, think of one of our favorite brands, which gave us some of our favorite shirts, like the Anvil 6750, a 50% polyester, 25% cotton, 25% rayon blend that's comfy and economical. 

So is Anvil right for you?  

Our wholesale Anvil collectionis small but growing, and we're excited to offer you what we can. 

Like the Anvil 880, a semi-fitted wholesale t-shirt for women that starts at only 3.49. We like the 880 because this t-shirt is 90-100% ringspun cotton, so it's super soft and comfy.  We also like its tearaway label and its semi-fitted silhouette.

But if you're not looking for basic tees, you can also find fleeces like the 72500L, a French Terry hooded pullover . French Terry is a knit jersey that combines brushed finish with pile loops.  We find it to be "classy."  

There's stuff for men too, from tank topsto sweatshirts to raglans.  Each of these wholesale tees or wholesale fleeces sports high-quality cotton knits, a soft hand, double-needled stitching, and Anvil pricing.  

So why choose Anvil over Bella+Canvas or Next Level?  Why choose it over Gildan or Fruit of the Loom, Hanes, or Jerzees?  

That choice can depend on various factors, but more than anything, it's probably price. 

Some of Anvil's offerings are tubular, some are side-seamed.  Other brands seam or tailor all their tees. Maybe you're looking for a basic fit? 

Most of Anvil's catalogue at bulkthreads.com uses 100% ringspun, but maybe you're looking for more blends?  

Some brands, like Gildan, are known for making basic tees at incredible prices, but that also means you're sacrificing a bit of quality.  Other brands, like Bella+Canvas, offer premium fit and finish, so to speak, but that means you're paying a higher price.

If you're looking for a happy medium, Anvil, might fit that bill.  Most of our Anvil wholesale t-shirts are priced between $3 and $5, but we do think you get an above-average quality for below-typical pricing.  

Does this make Anvil your Goldilocks brand?  

Only you can decide, but we encourage you to give our good friends at Anvil a try.  You might be surprised by what you get.  We know we were, and that's why we're glad to sell Anvil tees to our friends and family.

Cheers,

The Bulkthreads Team


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