Men's Stormtech Microfleece 1/4 Zip - VFP-1
Designed for thermal-layering, this 1/4-zip fleece pullover features an open hem, which allows for greater breathability and ultra-soft microfleece for maximum comfort.
- 1/4-Zip Front
- Stand-Up Collar
- Soft-Touch Microfleece
- 100% Polyester Microfleece, 4.72oz. (USA) / 160g (CDN)
- DECORATION METHODS
- Laser Etching
Stormtech has a team of decoration specialists to execute your apparel branding using leading edge decoration techniques. 1.917.887.0284
EMBROIDERYHigh density decorative stitching on fabric that evolved from handwork to today’s high-speed, computerized multi-head machines. With state of the art embroidery equipment, thread and digitizing software, embroider artwork can be applied on a wide range of apparel products.
SCREEN PRINTINGA printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. Nylon inks are used for fabrics with a high nylon content or stretch factor (such as polyester and lycra). Plasticol inks are used on all cotton rich products. It’s the ideal decoration for a variety of fabrics and large format applications, at a low cost.
HEAT TRANSFERThe process of transferring images to a large variety of products without inks or screens is possible with heat transfer application technology. Perfect for waterproof fabrics. Heat transfer applications can provide extreme detail and is designed for logos with many colors.
SEAMLESS HEAT TRANSFERSeamless Heat Transfer is a brand new, innovative way of branding a wide range of products with crisp, vibrant, full-colour graphics in a heat transfer application. This state of the art technology provides the ability to print and apply highly detailed logos and graphics while being very cost effective.
LASER ETCHINGThis next generation tone-on-tone decoration technique uses a high energy beam of light to etch into fabrics while moving across a pre-determined course. This technique is ideal for etching extremely precise and intricate details into synthetic fabrics such as fleece.
DEBOSSINGA die is created from a logo image and is then depressed into leather, suede or other fabric types with high heat and pressure. Thus allowing the image to sit below the product surface.