JB’s wear's HI VIS L/S TRAD POLO
100% Polyester for durability 160gsm micro mesh fabric JB’s Dri™ moisture wicking fabric designed to help keep you cool and dry Complies with Standard AS/NZS 4399:2017 for UPF Protection (UPF 50+) Complies with Standards AS/NZS 1906.4:2010 AS/NZS 4602.1:2011 Day Only Reinforced chest pocket with pen insert Straight hem with side splits Easy care fabric Quick drying Classic Fit 2XS Lime/Black, Lime/Navy, Orange/Black, Orange/Navy only 6/7XL, 8/9XL only in Lime/Navy, Orange/Navy
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- Stock: 7306
- Model: JB-6HVPL
- Weight: 0.50kg
1. Simply decided whether you want
*Print Transfer, *Embroidery or *Embroidery+Print Transfer
2. Decide where to put your logo. On a jumper or t-shirt, this might be left or right breast, left or right arm, or centre back. On hats, this could be at the front, back or side. The choice is yours. We can also add this to a custom position at your request.
3. We’ll then ask you to upload your logo or artwork to add to the clothing. We’ll make sure it looks good, and if there are any issues, we’ll contact you. Similarly, if you struggle at this point, you can email us your artwork instead.
Print Transfer - process is printed onto a special transfer paper with sublimation ink or if the garment is dark colour we use our special white ink printer to help your images show currently, then the transfer is heat pressed onto your selected clothing. This option is good for small to large images and is also very economical.
Embroidery - process or art of sewing a design on cloth. This option is great for office wear and or more formal clothing. So you may be on the road meeting and greeting customers and want a more classical look. This option is best for small the medium company logos.
Embroidery + Print Transfer - Combination front pocket logo in embroidery and large printed image/logo on the back of your clothing. This option is when you need a large image on the back but it would have a very high and expensive stitch count to complete it in embroidery. Also print transfer will give you a more detailed image.