At first you could make the mistake that Sunray is a Japanese brand.
Although made in the Land of the Rising Sun, Sunray are actually based in Cornwall and are very, very serious about jersey.
Using traditional methods, the jersey is knitted on antique circular knitting machines. When you add to that the process of turning the jersey fabric into an actual tee, you're left with something that taken 1 and a half hours to make from start to finish.
It doesn't stop there though, Sunray have some solid eco-credentials too. Labels and tags are made from recycled materials and the tees are packaged in fully compostable potato starch bags.
Put simply, these are the t-shirts all others aspire to be.