What is the difference between inside and outside labels?
Inside labels are printed on the inside of the garment and require the removal of the original manufacturer's tag. The graphic must include the origin of manufacturing, size, and care instruction. See an example. Outside labels are printed on the outside of the garment. The graphic does not require any specific information. See an example.
In simpler terms the outside label print is essentially a back print with the dimensional constrictions of an inside label print. Because some clients want a little extra branding by printing a small logo on the back of the shirt, we thought it was only fair to provide a lower price for this smaller print.