There are a series of simple steps to follow to get moving
1. CREATE A DESIGN
Our designers will create your design based on your brief. It may be a jersey you like, a simple sketch or more, we just need somewhere to start!
Logos - Any logos you require on the garments For best results we require your logos in vector format which is either illustrator, Corel draw or freehand files generally these files will end in .ai, .eps or .pdf. These kinds of files are able to be rescaled, and edited to make the required changes to colors or the text or background without distorting.
Colour – If you have specific colours you wish to use please supply these in PMS format. If there are no specific colours but you have an idea of the shade you would like to use we will do our best to supply you with our closest match. We always send out colours samples before printing so that you can be sure the colour you receive is what you are after.
2. CHOOSE YOUR GARMENTS.
We have a large range of garments to choose from and in a number of cuts. Speak to our staff about what cuts best suit your needs. If you are still unsure we can send you out a range of samples so you can be confident you are choosing the right styles. We require a $200 deposit that will be returned in full with the safe return of the garments.
3. DETERMINE THE SIZING
For the cuts and styles of the garments you want to create. Sizing can be determined in one of the following ways:
Sizing Charts - use the sizing charts we provide to gather sizes amongst your team.
Sizing Samples - alternatively we can also send out a full size range of garments so you and your team can try on the garments to determine your perfect fit. We require a $200 deposit that will be returned in full with the safe return of the garments.
4. THE FINAL APPROVAL DOCUMENT
Will be sent to you once you have determined your garment design, styles and sizing we will send you through a final approval document which details the quantities, pricing and design. Once we receive the signed approval document we can commence production