Product Quality

Learn anything about quality and production policy of our products

All denada stuff is of best quality and produced in small or limited runs to guarantee the awesomeness and individuality of you guys!

Product Quality

Apparel: We use „American Apparel“ and „Continental Clothing“ blank garments for the production of our T-Shirts, Hoodies etc.
All designs are screenprinted which guarantees the best quality and durability available!

American Apparel
American Apparel has the excellent reputation of being one of the best textil manufacturers in the world. They produce the softest, smoothest, best-looking apparel available anywhere.
All of American Apparel’s products are produced in the United States under “sweatshop-free” conditions at above-minimum-wage pay and health benefits which, unfortunately, is not always the norm in textile manugacture.

Continental Clothing is a member of the Fair Wear Foundation and has adopted a Zero Tolerance policy with regard to the following minimum social responsibility criteria: No use of child labour, no use of forced labour, safe and healthy working conditions, legal labour contracts, payment of living wage, freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining, no discrimination against employees, no excessive hours of work.
The products are also certified to OekoTex 100 class 1 standard, audited for social compliance by FWF and BSCI, and GOTS certified where applicable.

To cut a long story short, at denada you get the best fitting and best looking shirts and hoodies in the universe including a good conscience!
Posters: The posters are printed (offset print) on 135g glossy paper.

Badges/Buttons: The 1-inch diameter buttons are made from stainless steel and have a protective plastic mylar that covers the design.

Stickers: Denada-Stickers are printed on white weatherproof foil with UV-coating that protects them from yellowing.

Art Toys: The limited edition denada toys are completely handmade by Andy from start to finish. That means he sculpts the original, makes the mold, casts duplicates, and paints them with brushes and his airbrush gun. Consequently each toy of a small run edition might be a little bit different.
Minor imperfections are sometimes unavoiable and add to the character but Andy spends a lot of working time on each toy to give it that factory-new look. Click here for a photo documentation of the working process.
Most of the toys are one-of-a-kind toys, some are available in very limited editions.