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Design and outfit your entire hockey team or Association with the assistance of the xHockeyProducts' in-house production team. From team uniforms and jerseys to custom gloves, helmets, pants, and bags, we have you completed covered! Your options also include embroidery, sublimation, screen printing and heat pressing, so choose your colors, provide your logo and let xHockeyProducts help you find the best option to suit your budget and needs.
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xHockeyProducts Team Sales enables customers to design and order custom apparel such as Jerseys, tracksuits, headwear, t-shirts, polos, and sweatshirts. With thousands of garments customized each week, xHockeyProducts Team Sales is the apparel expert for your team, school, company, clothing brand, or event.
Embroidery is the handicraft method used for decorating fabrics with a needle and a thread. The basic techniques or stitches of the earliest embroidery examples — chain stitch, buttonhole or blanket stitch, running stitch, satin stitch, cross stitch — still remain the fundamental techniques of hand embroidery today. At xHockeyProducts, our embroidery process uses a series of sewing machines, or embroidery machines, to create and add logos and monograms to team jerseys, track suits jackets, and other team apparel items.
Full Twill | Sewn Crest and Numbers
Tackle Twill, a form of appliqué commonly used for numbering and lettering sports jerseys, is a specialty of xHockeyProducts Team Sales. The stitching count is lower than embroidery, thus is more affordable while creating a three-dimensional work of art. This is the option for establishing the truly authentic look as seen on pro teams around the world like in the NHL. You can choose to have your logos and team names made with Tackle Twill.
Sublimation uses a computer printer which employs a printing process that uses heat to transfer dye onto materials such as a plastic, card, paper, or fabric. In sublimation, the inks are fused into the fabric as opposed to sitting on top of the fabric such as in inkjet or screen printing. The process not only gives fabrics a softer touch after the printing, but it is also very durable. The colour remains strong in outdoor lighting and after extensive washing so it’s the ideal process for sportswear and school clothing.
Screen Printing and Heat Pressing
Screen Printing is a complex process that uses more equipment and ink then heat transferring. Screen printing applies the ink, through screens, onto objects and is a technique that has lasted for thousands of years because it is extremely efficient.
Heat Pressing is a process that involves a heat press machine. It is more cost effective as there are no minimums when it comes to orders. Therefore, you can order 10 jerseys, for example, and each one of these jerseys can have a different design. This is why practice jerseys are primarily done with a heat press.