Our Services

Providing hassle free premium martial arts club wear/merch is our ultimate goal!

As an ARTMARTIAL PRINT partner, this is what you can expect.

- Immediate access to premium products with opportunity to capitalise on our brand recognition through dual branded garments (in association with ARTMARTIAL).

- Fully managed service The entire process managed for you from start to finish.

- Delivering quality products, on-time, with transparency.

- Promoting your brand You will be provided with collateral to help you promote sales.

Personalisation Methods

We use a whole array of methods to brand your garments, and we will choose the most suitable and cost effective option dependent on your requirement.

The beauty of having such options means that we can cater for any size order, starting from just 1 item!

Here is quick summary of your options:

1) Screenprint DTF transfers (This is not cheapo vinyl!)

Our most popular solution for clubs as we are able to offer a 'print on demand' solution so that partners do not have to invest in masses of stock.  We use the best quality heat transfers on the market.

We don’t cut any corners - we use the best water-based inks, printing presses and adhesives to ensure every print looks vibrant, and stands the test of time.

  • The screen printed white backing on the transfer makes the colours more vibrant on light and dark colours (and it uses water-based ink so it's better for the planet)
  • Rebounds without cracking when stretched
  • Colours are matched with insane accuracy, so you get consistent colours across every single order.

2) Traditional Screenprint

Starting from as little as 10 units, this is the perfect solution for longer runs that especially use less colours. 

Screen printing is the process of transferring a stencilled design onto a flat surface using a mesh screen, ink and a squeegee. The basic method involves creating a stencil on a fine mesh screen, and then pushing ink (or paint, in the case of artwork and posters) through to create an imprint of your design on the surface beneath.

The process is sometimes called 'silk screening' or 'silk screen printing' and while the actual printing process is always fairly similar, the way the stencil is created can vary, depending on the materials used. 

Designs made using the screen printing technique may use just one shade of ink, or several. In the case of multicoloured items, the colours must be applied in individual layers, using separate stencils for each ink.

One of the reasons that the screen printing technique is so widely used is because it produces vivid colours, even on darker fabrics. The ink or paint also lies in layers on the surface of the fabric or paper, which gives the print a pleasingly tactile quality.

3) DTG

 Popular for very intricate and detailed designs that use multi colours, shading and 'pin prick' detail, Direct-to-garment is the go to solution. This is a very popular process and can be used for as little as 1 item.

Direct-to-garment, or DTG, is a printing method that sprays ink onto the garment. The ink then soaks into the fibres of the garment. It’s like printing on paper, but on clothing.

DTG printing is a process of printing on textiles using specialized aqueous ink jet technology. DTG printers typically have a platen designed to hold the garment in a fixed position, and the printer inks are jetted or sprayed onto the textile by the print head.

4) Embroidery

Pretty self explanatory really. We can pretty much embroider most items, ranging from caps, tees & hoods, right through to more robust items such as training bags

Checkout how other partners are taking advantage by visiting their shop pages under the clubwear/merch sections.