Fargo Made Shirts Going Local

i-love-fargoShirts From Fargo was founded in 2014 to provide a fresh take on custom apparel for our amazing Fargo-Moorhead community. We started our journey by sifting through a wide array of over fifty different fits and fabrics to settle on what we believe are some of the softest and most comfortable shirts around. Everybody has either purchased or received a heavy, uncomfortable shirt that quickly found its way to the back of your closet or into your painting pile. Our mission has always been to provide shirts that become a part of the weekly rotation, and we feel confident that people will notice the difference as soon as they try them on!

Take a look at our Fargo collection and you will see our fun take on this unique city. From our “ND Nice” tee to our “Bieber Eats at Fryn’ Pan” design, we’re all about providing an awesome-fitting, soft and lightweight shirt for you to represent your roots! Our shirts are available through our website or locally at both Halberstadt’s downtown and Broadway Shoe Company in West Acres.

We also work every day with local businesses and organizations to furnish custom shirts and apparel for employees and events. Our manufacturing process allows us to make the process as quick and flexible as possible for the individuals we work with. We make sure that you end up with a shirt that you’re proud to pass out and that you know will be worn again and again.

“My favorite weekend shirt! So comfortable and such a cool design. Thanks Shirts From Fargo!” – Leah Roethel

Feel free to check out our designs online at http://www.shirtsfromfargo.com or give us a call at 701-404-9040. To reach out about any custom event or company apparel, shoot us an email at service@shirtsfromfargo.com.

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  1. Lee Nelson

    Over time I’ve purchased 4 t-shirts from “Shirts from Fargo” in different colors and designs because the material is so soft and comfortable! Seriously considering donating my other tees as I don’t wear them anymore…
    Lee Nelson

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