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Original James Tee is the place to get cool t-shirts and hooded Pullovers.

You will find everything from funky, sporty, fun and trendy here.
We love to do custom work and you will find several examples of custom and personalized for you types of t shirts on our pages.




Do you have an idea that you would like to see on a t shirt, a baby one piece or a hooded pullover?

just email us at ! We would love to hear from you!





Do you do custom work?

Yes! We do.
Our design team loves special requests, designing custom t shirts and/or adding your custom requests for our fabulous customers. Take our line of Dog T shirts for example. We provide t shirts with your dog's name on them.
While we are all about fun, we are serious about your shirt and the service we provide.





Do you offer wholesale?

Yes! We do. We are happy to work with you for team shirts, employee uniform t shirt, fundraisers, well, anything at all. Just contact us.






Have a look at our F.A.Q. to answer all questions.



Feel free to get in touch with any questions, comments, or suggestions at

About our T Shirts

All our shirts and hooded pullovers are made to order using the latest Direct To Garment printing equipment.
The designs will never fade, crack or peel. Once they're on, they're on!
Our standard T shirts are made from 100% super comfy pre-shrunk Cotton. Our men's and ladies fitted T shirts are made form 100% super soft ring spun cotton.
Our T Shirts and Hooded Pullovers are available in sizes and Colors for Kid's and Adults in sizes extra small to 6 extra large adult.
We also offer plenty of designs in Baby one-piece outfits.

What our customers have to say about us and about our shirts

Best Dads Get Promoted To Grandpa T Shirt

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This shipped really quickly and was a great fit for our new grandpa-to-be. It looks just like the picture and the material was of good quality.
Reviewed by K Caldwell, Medford, MA



I Practice Yoga So I Don't Choke People Ladies T Shirt

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The shirts arrived quickly and the shop owner was wonderful to work with!
Reviewed by L Scurlock, Fairfield Glade, TN





It's More Fun Standing Up T Shirt

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Everything ok, Great Tshirt, thanks!
Reviewed by S Genet, St. Antoine, France





Hey Lady Beard T Shirt

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This shirt was so rad and hilarious. I'm very pleased.
Reviewed by J Hagler, Bend, OR





LSU Tigers Football T Shirt

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Wonderful Shirt! My Dad loved it!!!
Reviewed by A Jensen,San Antonio, TX





Notre Dame Football T Shirt

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So happy with my purchase! Bought this as a gift and I know my sister's boyfriend will love it! The shirt looks great and the shipping time was excellent.
Reviewed by E Kelly, Dublin, OH





All I Care About Is My Snowmobile T Shirt

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This is an awesome t shirt. It fits perfect, looks perfect and the quality is great! Very happy customer. I will shop in your store again. Thanks!!
Reviewed by M Preece, Toronto, Canada





Notre Dame Football T Shirt

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Perfect item for my bro who is a HUGE ND fan. Great quality and shipped fast. Thanks!
Reviewed by A Hellwig, Canal Winchester, OH





Happy shopping!




History of the T-Shirt

Believe it or not, this simple piece of clothing does have a history.
In World War I the American soldiers had to wear heavyweight, wool uniforms even in the summer. Before long, they noticed that the European soldiers were issued lighter weight undershirts that breathed better and kept the soldiers cool. The technology soon made it to the United States and before the start of World War II, the Army and Navy were also issued cotton undershirts.
The comfortable shirts were considered to only be underwear, though. It was not until 1955 when John Wayne, James Dean, and Marlon Brando appeared on T.V. wearing T-shirts as an outer garment that the idea of these shirts being a clothing item began to catch on. The three actors were considered rebels for wearing under garments in public but that did not stop the fad from spreading.
Technology advances in screen printing and the discovery of tie-dye in the 1960s further fueled the popularity of T-shirts and led to the creation of other styles such as tank tops and different necklines for the shirts.