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      Trending Colours

      Colours of the Season: Back to RGB

      At Sportsqvest we have an insatiable desire to stay true to what's trending and bring you the most in vogue colours, designs and graphics faster than anyone in the sportswear industry worldwide. We take great pride in offering a wide range of choices to our customers with our unique just-in-time production methods.

      As sportswear becomes more fashionable and leans towards a new category defined as athleisure it's important to stay with the trend. So what colours are trending this season?

      A mix of contemporary and heritage, shades that can be paired easily  and feel familiar is what's "in." The eccentric and electric has given way to more soothing and comforting colours of the past that are back in focus with easy pairings bringing you a fresh feel of the all very familiar past. For the graphic designers this simply means your original palette from where all colours originate RGB = Red, Green, Blue but to be more specific, red leaning on scarlet, green leaning on pista, blue in its classic form are the core pillars of this season's trending colours. Navy, Occre and Cinamon Red are fresh off-takes from the stylish and soothing familiar colours of the RGB family.

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      Sachin Tendulkar TMGA’s – Sportswear & Teamwear

      Sachin Tendulkar, Middlesex launch academy in Mumbai and London

      Sachin Tendulkar Jersey TMGA


      Sachin Tendulkar has associated himself with Middlesex Cricket and together have launched the “Tendulkar Middlesex Global Academy” (TMGA) with SPORTSQVEST as their official merchandiser. TMGA, a joint venture between Middlesex Cricket and SRT Sports Management Ltd. will have the camps planned in Mumbai, London and further afield.

      For Sportsqvest it is a great opportunity to be a part of the TMGA journey from the very start. The academy will provide training for children between the ages of 9 and 14 through a curriculum developed by the professional coaches at Middlesex and the master himself will help young and budding cricketers with various aspects of cricket, including insights into athletic development, sport psychology, tactical development, and technical modifications. With talent identification at the core of the academy, TMGA will also provide opportunities for talented underprivileged children with 100% scholarships available.

      TMGA Sports Jerseys

      While TMGA is taking care of all the Cricket training, we at Sportsqvest are making sure the sportswear for the academy uniforms is produced with the highest standard of quality. Typically the academy has had cricket training jerseys, track pants and shorts along with staff and coach uniforms too.

      At Sportqvest we choose the best fabric made from a breathable and quick dry polyester keeping in the mind the age group, as most of the players are under 14. A classic navy blue round neck jersey with overlap slit was kept in mid for the design detail. This 100% Premium Polyester, Lightweight & Multi-stretch was chosen for better mobility so young Indian cricketers keep the focus on learning the best from the best.


      TMGA had a special requirement for the JERSEY that Sachin himself would wear and other coaches too should be in white POLO with cricket training shorts in Navy Blue. The best part of this fabric is its Anti-Odour, Quick Dry & Anti-Static quality


      Sportqvest has used 3D embroidery technology for the TMGA logo on the CRICKET JERSEY and TRACK PANTS so it gives you a premium and bespoke finish.

      Cricket team jersey


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      Should We Custom Design Our Team Jersey?

      Should We Custom Design Our Team Jersey?

      We suggest from our experience that the jersey brings out the team identity. Whether it is just the colours to make the logo stand out or subtlety in design, bringing out the identity adds to team morale. When its something a team is proud of they will wear that jersey apart from just at the game. How your player rep your team is also a good way to attract new players and talent. Team identity gives rise to team bonding on and off the field. The jersey becomes a part of the team story and if the journey is to something great then it becomes part of the team legacy.

      Do I need screen printing or sublimation printing?

      Do I need screen printing or sublimation printing?

      It all depends on your application, budget and usage. Generally speaking the world over here are some key aspects to consider whilst placing your order. Sublimation printing is usually done on polyester based materials and popular for sportswear and activewear applications. Screen printing rules when it comes to cottons.

      Sports teams worldwide are using sublimation printing for vivid and bold designs as their patterns of choice vary from season to season. Screen print is very popular for large scale events and as a one time use option on cotton tees as it is much cheaper to produce. Screen printed tees are also a very popular in the fashion segment who create their own designs and slogans for sale online or in their retail stores.

      Sportsqvest is the largest provider in the world for unique and fashionable Sporstwear designs, merging the two theories above.

      What is DTG (Direct To Garment) Printing?

      What is DTG (Direct To Garment) Printing?

      DTG printing is the latest technology in garment printing. It is the modern age version of screen printing. A DTG printer directly applies the design (ink) onto the t-shirt. It is much like how you would print on paper except you're printing onto a readymade t-shirt. Designs are usually printed in under three minutes. The machine uses a special water based ink which then absorbs into the fibres of the garment. A simply heat press machine is used to solidify the bond once the printing process is over.

      DTG printing has many advantages over screen printing but also some drawbacks. DTG printing allows you to print multi-tone and multi-colour images of in varying gradients with a sharp and clear image whereas screen printing may restrict you on the maximum amount of colours. DTG printing is not as labour intensive as screen printing and allows you to make economic sense of printing just one t-shirt whereas screen printing requires volumes. The DTG printer is small and compact. While DTG printing is great for small business and low volumes it may not be the apt for larger volume orders of single designs where the older process of screen printing is most suitable.



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