We offer personalised gym t shirts in 5 sizes and 9 popular colours, our gym t-shirts are printed using the following methods:
- Heat transfer Vinyl Printing
- Print and Cut Vinyl Printing
Personalised Gym T Shirts Size Guide
|Jacket Size||Chest Size|
- 100% Textured Polyester
- Moisture-wicking with quick-dry performance.
- Self-fabric collar.
- Taped neck.
- Raglan sleeves with cover-stitching.
- Twin needle sleeves and hem.
- Printed neck label.
Gym T-Shirt Printing Descriptions:
Heat Transfer Vinyl (Flex) Printing
This method of personalised gym T-Shirt printing is produced using a vinyl cutter which cuts out the design and lettering, the excess area is then weeded away and the design is transferred to the shirt using a heat press. This method is great to produce vibrant vector graphics and lettering onto garments, however, it is less suitable for multi-coloured logo designs.
Print and Cut Vinyl (Flex) Printing
Just like standard vinyl it is cut using a vinyl cutter and applied using a heat press, however, before this, the vinyl can be printed using a solvent printer. The production team firstly create a cutting contour for the image which is then printed and placed on the vinyl cutter. A magic eye on the vinyl cutter locates registration marks on the print and cuts around it using cut contour vector. This method of personalising T-Shirts is great for printing full-colour images onto the garment, which have a defined vector outline.
Top tips about personalised gym top printing
The best file format for custom jacket printing is PNG files as these will allow for a transparent background on your graphic. JPEG’s, and TIFF’s can also be used, however, if there’s a background on the graphic that’s a different colour to the garment being printed then that will appear on the final product. For best results, upload your file as a PNG with a transparent background, this ensures that what appears in your file is what will appear on the final product.
* Please note gym T-shirt printing is most suited to vector style graphics and spot colours, we do not recommend the use of full-colour gradients for this product.