The Basic Softshell Jacket Clique are the best option in terms of price/quality ratio and are our favorite in the jacket collection. The jackets are finished professional with a few pockets with zipper and elastics cuffs in the sleeves and the bottom of the body. The jacket has a modern fit, which makes it perfect in terms of fit. No too loose and not to tight. The jackets can be printed with screen printed and are suitable for embroidery.
|Gender||Male & Female|
|Material||96% polyester, 4% spandex|
|Fit||Semi-fitted tubular body|
|Wash instructions||Machine wash, max 30 degrees|
When you choose to print a product with 1, 2, 3 or 4 colours (Screen printing or Embroidery), the design must be supplied with PMS Solid colours. If you choose for a full colour print, then your file should be supplied in CMYK. You can find here more about the different colour modes.
For textile products the fonts should be at least 12 pt.
Make sure you convert fonts to outlines or embed all the fonts when saving it to PDF.
Make sure no elements in your artwork are set on overprint unless you want this effect in your design. You can read more about overprint in our Help Center.
Bleed margin is not needed.
There is no safety margin needed for this product.
The type of file you need to upload for this product, depends on the number of colours you would like to print the product with. When you choose to print your product with 1 to 12 solid colours or you choose for embroidery, then we need a Vector-file to ensure the print quality. When you choose to print your product in Full colour, then we need a Pixel file to ensure the print quality. Not sure if you have a Vector or Pixel file? Or do you want to know how to create it? Please read our Pixels vs. Vector article.
|Textile small chest (10 x 10 cm)|
|Textile big (30 x 35 cm)|
Providing unequalled quality is important to you, your customer, and to us here at Helloprint. We provide garments from leading clothing brands and aim to deliver consistent and superior quality.
We aim to ensure that your favourite brand is always in stock. However, in the event that a specific garment is not in stock and has no estimated replenishment date, our partners will fulfil the order with a Helloprint preapproved garment to minimise delays. The substitute garment will be as close in design and quality to the original.
If you are looking for a specific brand in the list of brands mentioned, please contact us and request a quote.
Screenprinting is a technique that involves using a woven mesh screen to support an ink-blocking stencil to print a desired image. This method is suitable for larger quantities as it more cost-effective than DTG.
Screen printing. This technique is useful for large quantities of prints. Screen printing is relatively expensive to start, but the time and cost to print a shirt are much lower than with DTG.
The print position depends on the type of garment. We can print; Chest, Chest Back, Front Large, Front Large Back Large and Back Large on most of our apparel items.
DTG printing is best suited for 100% cotton garments. This is because the 100% cotton garments' natural fibers react better with the water based ink in DTG printers. The higher the cotton content, the more opaque the printing result.
Heather colours and cotton polyester blends have a textured look and blend two materials together. The range of polyester used is between 10% and 50%. As polyester is a synthetic material that repels water (often used in sportswear, for example), it naturally doesn’t interact with DTG’s water-based ink very well. Therefore, prints on cotton polyester blends tend not to have the same level of opacity as prints on 100% cotton garments.
Most hoodies and sweatshirts are blended with some level of polyester, even if they are solid colours, to achieve some sweat-wicking properties. Many customers who value the textured appearances of the heather colours more than print opacity would go for these cotton/polyester blends.
Triblends are made up of three different materials, a blend of cotton, polyester, and rayon. Rayon is a synthetic fiber made from regenerated cellulose, which does not work with the water-based DTG ink as well as cotton. Rayon material, however, is lightweight and improves the fit of a garment. Triblends also have a specific faded/vintage outcome with DTG printing.
In summary, for most opaque printing results, we recommend that you go with 100% cotton garments like solid colour t-shirts. If some trade-offs between print opacity and a specific heather colour look or a specific triblend fit are acceptable for you, cotton blends could be an attractive option.
1-4 colours indicates the amount of colours that your logo/design can have. If you choose the one colour option, this means that your logo/design should only contain 1 colour. The same applies to 2, 3 and 4 colour as the name suggests.
If your chosen garment does not state any colour options, the print is automatically full colour print.
It is possible to supply your design files in multiple ways. The best way, for the best result, is to supply your files in Vector. If the logo consists of Pantone colours, it should be saved as vector. Vector means that the design isn't made of pixels, but out of lines.
Screenprinting will last around 20 to 40 washes. This is highly dependant on the quality of the garment and the ink.
In order to maintain your personalised clothing, make sure to wash your printed clothes inside out, at a maximum heat of 30 degrees and avoid ironing the print directly.
Printing Basic Softshell Jacket Clique is different from printing paper, not a single Basic Softshell Jacket Clique is the same. It can be that there is a small deviation in the position of the print. This is minimal and often not visible when the Basic Softshell Jacket Clique are worn.
For the delivery of your Basic Softshell Jacket Clique we use multiple carriers. We use our most reliable carriers which in most cases are UPS or DPD.
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