100% cotton pique women's long sleeve polo (210 g/m²). Rib collar and cuffs, rib reinforcement on collar and placket reinforced with 4 coloured buttons. Bottom with side openings. Extra button on inner seam. Cut and sewn.
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|Printing technique used on multiple materials. The process consists of the transfer of ink through a stretched gauze over a frame. The ink passage is blocked in areas where there is no image through the use of an emulsion or varnish; this leaves free the area where the ink will appear printed. Due to technical limitations, with some of our promotional gifts it is only possible to print in one color. If that is the case, the system will only allow you to select the one color. This technique only transfers direct colors. If you want to create a full color process it is essential to select 5 color printing.|
|Embroidery is a technique of marking by based on the use of wires on a flexible surface such as textiles and promotional caps. The end result provides the product with an exceptional image quality. The price is a function of the surface area covered by the embroidery, therefore, price is unaffected by the use of color. The price includes up to 30 cms² of embroidery, if you require a larger embroidery size please consult us for further pricing details.|
Transfer screen printing
|Printing technique where the logo or image to be produced is transferred by screen printing to a vinyl support. As the support is cut the print, is made through thermal transfer to the desired promotional gift. Widely used for small runs in products with various colored labels, the drawback to transfer printing on textiles is that if washed or ironed incorrectly rapid degradation can occur. The price is calculated by printing colors used. Must select 5 colors if we want to print a full color process.|