Whether you need uniforms for your sports league, matching shirts for a family reunion or branded pullovers for your employees, let National Fleet Graphics take care of your personalized apparel needs.
With more than 50 names brands to choose from, the designers and production staff can help you to outfit your team with custom apparel.
With in-house heat transfer and direct to garment printing National Fleet Graphics can produce apparel for any size group. We can also deliver customer screen printing and embroidery.
How it works: By using heat, vinyl designs, numbers or letters are permanently transferred to any garment to personalize it or enhance it. This is a great option for sports teams to add names and numbers to their uniforms. When caring for apparel with vinyl heat transfer wash the garments inside out and dry on low. Hang or lay flat to dry. You should never iron directly on the vinyl transfer. Do not dry clean.
How it works: This printing method applies ink directly to apparel. Unlike screen-printing which can only apply one color at a time, direct to garment printing can use limitless colors within intricate designs. When laundering direct to garment printing, wash inside-out on gentle cycle. Tumble or hang-dry. Do not dry clean.
For screen printing and embroidered garments, National Fleet Graphics work with trusted partners to offer you the highest quality screen printed and embroidered apparel. Our design team will help you to decide which process will work best for you.
We offer custom clothing and apparel in a variety of piece from more than 50 name brands such as Oakley, Izod, Hanes, Fruit of the Loom and more. With hundreds of customizable items to choose from, the possibilities are limitless. We will help you to pick the right apparel for your design and vision.
No matter what your custom apparel needs are, the team at National Fleet Graphics will produce professional, personalized clothing of the highest quality.
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