No other type of clothes can say they make statements quite like the branded T-shirt. Branded tees and branded Singlets bring substantial promotional value to your brand. They become more than just a walking billboard, they are a powerful marketing tool that can promote your message
The fabrics and textures used are both technical and classic creating innovative style options that can cater to almost any requirements.
- Cool dry breathable polyester sports interlock material
- 100% premium combed cotton
- 100% ring spun cotton jersey knit for softness
- Cotton/elastane single jersey knit for stretch
Branding on T-shirts & Singlets: What you NEED to know
This depends on a number of factors such as the material of the garment, the logo or artwork, the number of colours in the artwork and the quantity of the garments.
Supacolour: A cost-effective way of branding. The colour is produced digitally producing photo quality art and high detail. The images can have millions of colours without the costly setup fees and can be positioned anywhere on the t-shirt or singlet.
Screen print: Ideal for branding t-shirts and singlets as large print areas are possible and is ideal for large solid areas of colour. Close PMS matches are possible on white or light coloured tees and singlets.
Screen printed transfers: Instead of being directly screen printed onto a t-shirt or singlet the design is printed onto transfer paper then applied with a heat press. They can be single or multi-colour and heat applied in seconds to any number of items. This process uses the same inks and processes as other types of screen printing but produces equivalent quality and is more economical for small runs.
Embroidery: Not a common branding option for t-shirts or singlets, however, it is an option. It has a higher perceived value and a depth of branding quality which other processes cannot match. Embroidery uses rayon thread which is stitched into the product which gives the finished image a slightly raised effect.