Custom Polo Shirts
They come in long sleeves, short sleeves and a wide variety of colours. Knits also include apparel items like cardigans, turtlenecks, and mock turtlenecks.
Everything from piping accents and stripes to unique panels and specialty fabric.
Dri-Gear, 100% Cotton - Natural. Breaths well but does not dry quickly. Resists pilling. Tends to wrinkle and/or shrink.
Ring Spun and Combed Cotton - Natural cotton fibre that has been processed or spun creating a much softer feel and extended durability.
Polyester - Synthetic. Wrinkle and stain resistant. Holds shape and colour. Durable. Garment feel is less popular than cotton.
Spun Polyester - Synthetic fibre with a much softer feel.
Jersey - Knitted instead of woven. Soft and breathable. Slight stretch. Softens with washing.
Pique - Knit fabric characterized by raised cords or ribs in an all over waffle, honeycomb, or diamond patter. Popular for polo or golf shirts.
Spandex - Super stretchy. Retains shape. Resistant to washing and perspiration. Spandex is usually blended with another fabric for polos.
Moisture Wicking - Draws moisture away from the skin to be quickly evaporated.
Anti-Microbial - Treated or natural benefit of the material (such as bamboo) to reduce odor causing bacteria.
Performance - Many of today’s performance fabrics combine moisture wicking and anti-microbial features.
Polos and knits are most often embroidered. Embroidery has a higher perceived value and is generally the choice for higher end garments. Polos can be screen printed as well, in most cases. Certain knit fabrics can be printed digitally.
We are creating our own designs, source apparel, Screen Print and Embroidery and Distribution. Contact us about the range and the possibilities and pre-orders are available.