Team Jersey Printing? Which company? Any reccomendations?
We’ve switched to Champ Sys in the last couple of years from Decca and previously Endura and Impsport. Nice kit, best we’ve had, but expensive IMO. They do do an extensive catalogue though, and even if you don’t have specific artwork for everything they’ll still do it (gloves, socks, arm warmers etc) which is good.Posted 3 years agoMidlandTrailquestsGrahamMember
Impsport do free design and no minimum order quantity.
Club members buy direct from Impsport, so there’s no need for one person to compile a list of items and collect the money first.
As an example, go to http://www.yourclubshop.co.uk/ and put in the code VEGC1235 to see the prices and how easy it is to order.Posted 3 years agonjee20Subscriber
Always ask for a discount at Champion System
We’re a club of about 200, so orders are always into the thousands, with their online ordering thing there doesn’t seem to be any way to ask for a discount, and I assume that would be ‘baked in’ anyway? Their sizing is amusing too. Small race cut jersey is like a kids fit!
Like I say, nice kit though.Posted 3 years agojulianwilsonMember
We got sent/lent a box of sample/random jerseys from champ-sys to check out sizing and the two different cuts they did at the time for traditional 3 pocket jerseys etc. (no idea if anyone else does this but its a great idea) this meant we all ordered right sizes first time and is quite useful considering it was £40+ for a jersey and same for shorts. Btw my £40 champ sys bibshorts are comfier than my £60 gore and £70 assos ones. One other local massive club (hundreds rather than dozens of members) has also used champ sys for several big orders over several years (they recommended them to us) so they must be doing something right!Posted 3 years ago
Mrs wilson’s team kit is from pro vision and is maybe a bit less money and the second order they did with them took aaaaaaaages to arrive (as in 6weeks later than quoted, i got the impression that they are a far smaller operation so perhaps more susceptible to the vagaries of having few orders on and then a load all at once) but the kit itself seems ok. She got the racier jersey from them which is all meshy/venty and has those funny gummy-on-the-inside panels (as opposed to strips like the bottom of a jersey) on the sleeves to stop your armwarmers falling down. She likes it very much.
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