Fabric selection in the manufacture of sportswear
Fabric selection in sportswear is a very sensitive issue and it is very important which fabric type and weight you will use in which product. Of course, this issue does not only end with your fabric selection. You should know much more important and vital technical information about the fabric to be used. !
As sportswear, we tried to briefly summarize the points that should be considered in the selection of fabrics to be used in products such as T-shirts, Tank tops, Hoodies, Polos, Leggings or Sports Bras.
Fabric touch and knitting/weaving systems are also very important for the perfect quality of your sportswear product.
Your fabric should definitely not fade after washing. For this, a special color fixation application is made during the fabrication of the fabric. Much cheaper clothing products can be produced using poor quality fabric. However, your sportswear products, which you manufacture cheaply, are such a sensitive issue that it will cause your business to go bankrupt. Or at best, your initial investment will go to waste. Of course, this is a very expensive method of experimentation.
Our customers who have had painful experiences with their first investments
We have customers with whom we have been working for nearly 25 years since the beginning of their business. Therefore, we gain many of our new customers thanks to the recommendation of these old friends of ours.
Many of our customers, who came with the advice of our old customers or who found us from scratch, are those who have had painful experiences above. Many of our customers have lost their initial investment, thanks to companies that are inexperienced or look at sportswear manufacturing as just making money.
Does fabric selection really matter?
In a word, yes, it is a very important and vital issue.
A poor quality and cheap fabric starts to deteriorate in the first washes, even after the product has been worn for a while, regardless of the printing system you apply on it. The color of the print applied to the fabric will fade quickly. This color fading/deterioration, which can be seen very quickly in printing, eventually leads to waste of the entire product!
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