How do we define sublimation of define sublimated? Sublimation is a chemical process where a solid turns into a gas without going through a liquid stage. in this case an example is the ink that is printed on our transfer paper turns into a gas which then fuses into the fabric which becomes your sublimated sports product 

See below sublimation diagram as well as an explanation of the process of sublimation. 

1. Subllimation dyes are loaded in the printer. The colors are usually in the CMYK color space.

 2. Images are then printed onto the transfer paper. There are no limitations to colors and designs.

3. Heat is applied to transfer the ink to the fabric to undergo the sublimation process. 4. Ink Is fused into the pores of the fabric and the garment panels are cut from the reels of the fabric.

5. The panels are sewn and pieced together and turned into an amazing sublimated sportswear product. 


• Unlimited colors with no added cost.

• Produces vibrant colors, making it perfect for photographic images.

• Ability to create complex all-over print designs on the front and back of your sublimated uniforms.

• You can't feel the print at all, it gives the fabric a soft feel.  

• Sublimation print will not crack, peel, or fade.

• Enhance your garment by adding a heat transfer such as. rhinestones, hot fix glitter or foil.

• Sublimation printing never goes out of style. Because sublimated uniforms are custom made, there is no need to worry about a uniform being discontinued next season. It is also easy to reorder one from us In the future as we keep your design on file.