We want to answer your questions about Flying Fish Printworks.
What size do I need?
Typically if you have a favorite shirt that is a similar style, it will more than likely be the same size as that. We use standard-sized shirts. You can check out some size charts HERE.
How much is shipping? Who do you ship with?
Shipping within the USA for an individual shirt or orders under one pound will be $3.95 by First Class though the USPS. Multiple shirts on the same order will be will shipped by Priority Mail though the USPS and cost will be determined by weight.
EXAMPLE: 2-3 Shirts = $6.50 4-6 Shirts = $9.75 7 Shirts and UP = $12.25 (Max. Shipping Charge for Flying Fish Tees)
If you order Annapolis Boat Shows Apparel, you have the option of picking up your order at the show for free!
We do not currently have a set rate for international shipping but will get to it soon. Until then, send us an email with your country and postal code and we’ll let you know.
Do you accept returns? What is your exchange policy?
Yes. You can return or exchange any unworn and unwashed merchandise for up to 30 days after the delivery date. Contact us and we’ll email a prepaid return-shipping label to you.
If the shirt is defective (a hole, ink in the wrong place, bad stitching) we will replace at no cost to you.
If you need a different size, or a different design, there will be an additional one way-shipping fee. Just send the shirt back (at your cost) and we we will send the replacement shirt or equal value at no additional cost to you.
If you just don’t like the shirt (cannot imagine that) we ask that you ship it back to us and we’ll credit your full purchase price (less the shipping costs) when we receive it.
Do the shirts shrink?
Some do, some don’t. The garment-dyed mens' shirts hardly shrink at all. They started as a white shirt that is then dyed, washed and shrunk at that stage. The rest of our shirts - Women’s, Kid’s, and the Men’s White and Ash or Sport Gray are the more normal “pre-shrunk” you might be used to but will still shrink @ 3 - 5% if dried a full cycle in a hot dryer.
Where are the shirts made?
Honduras, Nicaragua, Bangladesh…. We try to source the best shirts available; they just don’t make them all in America any more. Much of the cotton is grown in America, some of the shirts are dyed in America. However, we can guarantee that all of them are printed in America and the designs are done by friendly sailing folks.