No. The shirts are printed across the front only - not the back.
The production process has potential to leave white marks, and this is only made worse when designs are printed on both sides. We had an awful lot of wastage during tests, and my worry was this would mean a high number of returns.
I prefer the way the design cuts off: there seemed little point reproducing the same design on both sides, especially since it doesn't make shirts look any better - and would mean having to raise prices.