A classic sitcom t-shirt available in black cotton.
Inspired by the classic and much loved episode of Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads starring James Bolam and Rodney Bewes, The Great Race T-Shirt commemorates the epic race between Bob and Terry from their home town to Berwick-Upon-Tweed.
"Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads" is a British sitcom that originally aired from 1964 to 1966. The show was a follow-up to the earlier "The Likely Lads" and followed the lives of two working-class friends, Terry Collier and Bob Ferris, as they navigated the changing times of the 1960s.
Whether you're a die-hard fan or just looking for a fun way to show your appreciation for one of the greatest sitcoms of all time, this t-shirt is a must-have for anyone who loves "Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads."
Here at Hellwood our t-shirts are printed onto the Gildan Heavy Cotton brand of t-shirts (GD5000).
Material: 100% cotton.
Seamless twin needle collar.
Taped neck and shoulders.
Twin needle sleeves and hem.
Most of our t-shirts are printed onto the Gildan range of clothing. The Gildan tees are 100% preshrunk cotton. We find these tees are particularly suited to DTG printing and are available in a wide variety of sizes and colours. Occasionally, when stock dictates, we will use a similar brand of equivalent quality. All of our t-shirts are manufactured using the latest Direct To Garment printing (DTG) printing methods. Unlike traditional screen printing DTG does not require detailed layer seperation, screen preparation etc which makes it the ideal print solution for detailed, multi-coloured designs. As the name suggests, all our t-shirts have their designs printed directly onto the garment using specially formulated garment inks. For best results we recommend washing all our t-shirts inside out with similar colours and on a cool 30 degree wash. To avoid any excessive shrinkage avoid the tumble dryer and let Mother Nature do her work by line drying your tee.
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