- Getting work clothes branded up – recommendations?
I’m looking to get some decent quality work clothing branded up with my business logo. Waterproof jackets, softshells, fleeces, t-shirts, polo shirts etc.
Anyone got any recommendations of companies to go to?
Is it worth sourcing the clothing items separately and sending them somewhere to be printed/embroidered?
CheersPosted 2 years ago
I can highly recommend Orb group, I’ve used them loads in the past and they’ve always done a great job. Nice people too.Posted 2 years ago
I have used https://www.gumbigear.co.uk before and for work – good quality and price, know how to deal with re-sealing or not puncturing waterproofs etc.
They can also get some half decent clothes, although we have direct account with The Outdoors Company to get our Berghaus staff gear. firstname.lastname@example.org
Most bigger outdoor manufacturers now won’t open trade account unless you are ordering £5k, GoOutdoors et al basically work on what they have in stock or Regatta. The only exception was Keela in Fife, but our staff vary from size 8/5′ to *ahem* much larger/6′ in womens – and only Berghaus could cope with that size difference, including varied legs of waterproof trousers.Posted 2 years ago
Gary, does Orb Group do clothing? The website just looks like general branding and marketing.
Matt, cheers, they both look good.Posted 2 years ago
Yes they do Kit, if you click on their catalogue link they have soft shells, polo shirts etc.Posted 2 years ago
Ah, the random book on the link bar! Thanks.Posted 2 years ago
Keela – good quality outdoor gear at good prices – we get all our outdoor work gear from them. Good service & fast turnaround. http://Www.keela.co.uk.Posted 2 years ago
All our guys are in kit from Kromark.
Been bang on, free printing/embroidery and prices are excellent.Posted 2 years ago
Not Arco. Many pieces of kit and don’t think we have 2 matching logos. Improved a little now a national contract for us, but still pretty slap dash.
Elsewhere, used to source end of line stuff through a mates outdoor shop and then got it branded by another local firm.Posted 2 years ago
Rostrum, just up the road at Lochmaben really are very good for this sort of thing.Posted 2 years ago
Engleberg Strauss for hard wearing clothing. They are a bit of pita to deal with (call centre). But the clothing is great. Get some non branded samples on a separate order as the sizing is a bit odd.
our guys like the trousers as they have articulated knees and elasticated waist which avoids the builders bum issue
We didn’t use their branding as we have a great relationship with Carillion screenprint in Cotham Bristol. For screen print and embroidery.Posted 2 years ago
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