Marine Layer Sherpa Crew Pullover
Product Type Clothing
Interested in customizing this product, or bulk orders? There may be additional discounts based on quantity. Contact us for a custom quote by using the contact button below.
Made with our Mock Twist Sherpa Fleece (translation: the most luxurious fabric we make). It's like a raglan and a sweatshirt had a baby. An absurdly soft baby.
FULL CUSTOM CUT AND SEW AVAILABLE
For most of our pieces, custom cut and sew is available at 500 units. Custom colors, labels, tags, print, and more. Pricing may differ based on customizations. Let's get you some custom clouds created.
Modal, found in our signature fabric, is made from recycled beechwood. The pulp production is self-sufficient, which makes our tees sustainable, eco-friendly, and so. so. soft.
98% of our custom stuff is produced in California, by adults. We also visit every factory in person to make sure they’re as happy to be working with us as we are with them.
We start at the fiber level to make sure everything’s as soft and durable as possible. Plus, we’ve made over 40 custom fabrics (and counting).
SO SOFT IT'S ABSURD
When we say our stuff is soft, we really mean it. It’s not like “oh wow, this feels nice” soft. It’s “holy sh!# how did they make this?” soft.
YOU + US = GREATNESS
We started the custom business so that companies could show off their brand on a premium canvas. Also, we want to get our shirts onto as many bodies as possible because everybody should know what it’s like to wear a cloud at least once.
MORE THAN JUST A TEE
Our signature fabric and custom cloth tag set our shirts apart. These are not the shirts you stuff in your drawer and eventually turn into dish rags. These are the ones you hand down to your grandchildren along with your fine china.
OLD TEES / NEW TEES
We want to close the loop on textile waste, so we started a tee recycling program called Re-Spun. Give us your old tees (any kind), get $5 retail credit per tee, and we’ll re-spin that fabric into new tees. Inquire for more details on how we can help you with a corporate t-shirt recycling/upcycling program.
Please see below for the different methods of decoration/imprint.
Keep in mind - not all methods are available on all products, and certain materials can only have certain printing methods applied to them. Below you will find a general guide to each method, but ultimately reference the product in question for the methods available.
Depending on the type of decoration you choose, you will need to upload a full-color logo, a one color logo, or a black/white logo. The following sections break out decoration types by the coloration of your logo required.
All logos must be uploaded in one of the following vector formats - .AI, .PDF, or .EPS
Black/White Logo -
The following decoration methods require a black/white logo to be uploaded. There may be additional costs incurred if your artwork does not meet this specification and alteration is needed in order to make a black/white logo.
A machine heat presses a die of your artwork into the material leaving an impression of your artwork on the surface.
A method by which light is used to burn an image into the material leaving a clean and polished finish. As each product is made of different materials, the laser engraved imprint appearance may vary by item. Laser Oxidation is offered on items where the surface color and the substrate are the same.
ETCH / DEEP ETCH
The technique of creating art on the surface of glass by applying acidic, caustic, or abrasive substances. The removal of minute amounts of glass causes the characteristic rough surface and translucent quality of frosted glass.
A process in which a design is etched out of a piece of wood, and pieces of wood in contrasting color are laid into the etched surface to create a design or logo.
One Color Logo –
The following decoration methods require a one color logo to be uploaded. There may be additional costs incurred if your artwork does not meet this specification and alteration is needed in order to make a one color logo.
The color of the artwork uploaded will be closely PMS color matched. Additional costs may incur if a custom color is to be used. Your proof will verify color and accuracy before finalization of payment.
SILK SCREEN / SCREEN PRINT
Screen printing is the direct imprinting of a design onto the surface of a product. Ink is applied through a fine screen leaving a color imprint. One color of ink is included in the customization price. An additional set-up charge and run charge (per unit, based on quantity) will apply for each additional color, logo, or position.
An inked image is transferred from a photo-etched plate to a thick, soft silicone pad. The pad is then pressed against the product. The pad can wrap itself as much as 180° around a small object, and ink coverage is excellent.
Full-Color Logo –
The following decoration methods allows a full-color logo to be uploaded.
DIGITAL FULL COLOR (4C)
This method of printing uses 4-color process inks, Cyan (C), Magenta (M), Yellow (Y), and Black (K), to achieve a multi-colored design. The transparent inks are applied in a dot format that uses half-tones and the blending of colors to achieve a look with many colors, shading and fine details.
Application of a full-color image onto a surface using a digital printer.
UV printing is a form of digital printing that uses ultra-violet lights to dry or cure ink as it is printed. As the printer distributes ink on the surface of a material specially designed UV lights follow close behind, curing - or drying - the ink instantly.
EMBROIDERY / 3D EMBROIDERY
The art of decorating fabric or other materials with needle and thread or yarn. Embroidery is available for caps, bags, blankets, towels and clothing items in general. 3D Embroidery is identical in nature, but the design is raised from the product – available on some hats.
Woven labels are produced on a loom. Your logo/wording is woven into the piece of material. A printed label is different because your logo/wording is printed on top of the material rather than being woven into the material.
Leather Applique is similar to embroidery as it uses stitching to apply a piece of leather that has a pressure-sensitive or glue backing to a garment to create depth in a logo or design. Available on some hats.