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We offer three distinct printing processes to fit your budget and volume needs.

Heat Transfer Printing:

For orders under 250 units, we use a thermal transfer printing method which uses heat to enroll any impression onto the Hood. All printing is done in America by American Veterans

Screen Printing:

For orders over 250 units, we create your own screen by extending mesh using a canvas stretcher frame and apply the color inks based on your logo and or image we then transfer the screen to our in-house equipment and print on the Hood. All printing is done in America by American Veterans.

Dye-Sublimation Printing :

For orders over 500 units, we use the Dye Sublimation Printing process to custom print to specifications. Your Stand-Alone Hoodie will be permanently dyed so it can be washed without damaging the quality of the image.

The advantages of using our dye-sublimation over other methods of textile printing include:

  • Images are permanent and do not peel or fade.
  • Dye does not build up on the fabric.
  • Colors can be extraordinarily brilliant due to the bonding of the dye to the transparent fibers of the synthetic fabric.
  • Truly continuous tones can be achieved that are equivalent to photographs, without the use special techniques such as half-screen printing.
  • The image can be printed all over the entire item, with no difficulty in printing all the way to the edges.
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Total Creativity

Our unique printing process options enable you to create designs with limitless possibilities. Completely custom art can be printed on the stand alone hood, creating a brand new way to represent the artist. See below for an example of how an up and coming artist is getting his designs noticed!

Player Hoods Series

Designed by famous NFL cleat artist Corey Pane

West Hartford Artist Corey Pane has recently gotten recognition for painting unique cleats for NFL players. He is the artist behind Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown’s and other NFL player’s parade of cool cleats this season.