We make the t-shirts in:

Sublimation

A process that involves the printing of a design with special type of sublimation ink and then heat application to a “compatible” garment.

Durability – Excellent, this process will often outlast the garment.

Look/Feel – Excellent, the process involves the dyeing of fabric, so there is virtually no feel to the transferred image.  Very high photo quality results and detail can be achieved.

Advantages – Highly detailed, photo quality prints can be created and transferred over to your garment in a matter of minutes.  The feel and durability are second to none.

Heat Transfer Vinyl

Vinyl material that can be reverse cut on a vinyl cutter, then weeded and heat applied to a garment.

Durability – Excellent, when properly applied the heat transfer vinyl will outlast the life of the garment without cracking, peeling, or fading.

Look/Feel – Ranges per material.  Some materials offer a very soft finish that is matte or dull, while other materials are thick and glossy on the garment.  Specialized materials such as flock have their own characteristics as well.

Advantages – Excellent durability and a professional look, a garment can be created very quickly and the process can prove to be profitable on as little as one unique garment.  Can be heat applied virtually anywhere on the garment.

THE TEES:

For Heat Transfer Vinyl:

*  Gildan ULTRA T-shirt:

203 g/m²

100% cotton

Shoulder-to-shoulder neckband

Double seam at sleeves and hem

Tubular fabric.

* Fruit of the Loom Super Premium:

205 g/m²

100% cotton

Collar with ribbed band

Shoulder-to-shoulder neckband

Double seam at collar

Sleeve ends and hem

Tubular fabric.

For Sublimation:

* Russell HD:

160 g/m² (White: 155 g/m²)

65% polyester, 35% cotton, ring-spun and combed

Ribbed neckline

Shoulder-to-shoulder neck tape

Side seams, slim fit