Digital Transfers (for non sublimated jerseys) is when your design/logo is printed on vinyl and then heat pressed onto the jersey. This is a popular and great way to customize your jersey. For smaller quantities (5-20ish) this is the least expensive option. Your logo may have as many colours as you like in any shape and size. Although heat vinyls do not allow the fabric to breath most don’t mind as it usually only covers a small portion of the jersey. Vinyl Logos can be done in any size with any amount of colours. Pricing is generally between $10-$15 per logo. Please send us your logo for an official quote with size and quantity needed.
Plastisol Heat Transfers (for non sublimated jerseys) are great for logos that have negative space between the lines and small details. Plastisol has a soft hand that moves with the fabric. They are extremely durable in the wash and wear, just follow the washing instructions. Because a screen needs to be custom made for each colour the cost varies depending on size and amount of colours in the logo. Prices start at $10 per logo for a single colour and $15 for multiple, but again depends on quantity and size.
All artwork submitted for print must be in Vector format, instead of Bitmap. If you don't have a Vectored version of your logo we can do it for you for a minimal cost. Below is a photo that shows the difference between the two when zoomed in.
If you are unsure of what will be best for your team simply send us an email with your logo and the quantity you will need and we'll get you sorted out. email@example.com
Wrap measuring tape under your arms, across the fullest part of your chest or bust. Make sure measuring tape is parallel to the floor with arms at your sides. It may be easier to have someone assist you.
Wrap measuring tape around the smallest part of your waist, usually 1" to 2" above belly button. Again, make sure
Wrap measuring tape around the fullest part of you hips. Your hips are usually 6" below waist or half way between belly button and crotch. Make sure measuring tape is once again parallel to floor.