This NEWLY DESIGNED adult upcycled mask in assorted colors is made from TS Designs irregular t-shirts. Masks are made in Asheboro, NC at Trotters Sewing Company from two layers of our organic or conventional cotton t-shirts, all of which are made in the USA and garment-dyed (which means no shrinking).
Because our personal use masks are made from repurposed printed t-shirts, each mask is unique and will vary from those pictured. Also note that some masks will have prints due to being an up-cycled printed t-shirt.
Please leave a comment in the comment section of your order with color preferences, we will do our best to accommodate your request, however since these masks are upcycled they are one of a kind and we cannot guarantee your request.
*To clean, wash with warm water and line dry to help the elastic last longer
|Dimensions||7 × 5 × .1 in|
About TS Designs
To learn about TS Designs, we start in 1977. TS Designs began as a small, manual screen printing operation. However, it only took a few years for the company to become fully automated, printing shirts for big brands like Nike, Tommy, Polo, GAP, etc. Unfortunately, after the 1993 implementation of NAFTA (the North American Free Trade Agreement), TS Designs watched as customer after customer transitioned accounts to Mexico in order to take advantage of lower costs as a result.
After this, TS Designs did not call it quits like many of their colleagues in the manufacturing industry. CEO Tom Sineath (retired in 2015) and president Eric Henry turned to fellow business owner and longtime friend Sam Moore for a new direction. As a result, Sam introduced Tom and Eric to the triple-bottom-line business model. This model is focused on three equally important bottom lines: People, the Planet, and Profits.
Now, Tom and Eric were armed with an exciting new business model – and a healthy amount of crazy. They sought to align themselves with, and cater to, a then-fringe group: The Green Movement. The result was a period of steady progression, exciting new developments, and lessons learned as the company leaders continually pushed the boundaries on what was possible in printing technology, and what it meant to source from local supply chains.
Today, TS Designs still sells largely to local, environmentally and socially-conscious businesses, and organizations that make up The Green Movement. Not only that, but they also print for any organization looking for a locally-made, better quality product with a better environmental and social impact. Eric Henry, CEO and President, continues with a spirit of innovation as the company expands its line of in-house apparel brands.
You can help us be a successful example of a triple bottom line business as we continuously work to improve our social and environmental influence. Order your shirts from TS Designs!