Heat Printing on Under Armour for NFL Combine

CAD-CUT® Gorilla Grip and CAD-COLOR® Solutions Opaque were used to decorate performance wear and jackets for the NFL Combine players.

Many are wary to decorate high quality and oftentimes high cost performance wear but Under Armour turned to Stahls’ Decorating Fulfillment Center and heat printing when it came to some of the gear worn by players in the NFL Combine that started up this past weekend. They customized a variety of items for each of the 359 players, over 2500 custom items were shipped out of Stahls’ Decorating Fulfillment Center last week to the players.  So if you need to customize high quality performance gear, like Under Armour, heat printing with the right CAD-CUT® material is the way to go. It sticks, it stays, it stretches. And it’s tough enough for the NFL Combine.  

Boxes of customized player gear waiting to leave the warehouse at Stahls' Decorating Fulfillment Center.

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  1. andy says:

    So what matterial did you use? Looks like the shirts are polyester? I print a lot of basketball jerseys and at the time i am useing fashion film. Thanks Andy

  2. Ted says:

    Andy, Thanks for reading. To ensure durability on performance wear like Under Armour, you need a material that has an adhesive designed to work on stretch fibers. These particular jerseys were decorated with CAD-COLOR Solutions Opaque, which is a digital print/cut media that can be heat printed on just about any type of fabric with optimum results and durability.

  3. I have a mutoh printer and a cutter can this work in my machine?

  4. Ted says:

    Hello Lisa,
    I passed your contact info on to someone at Stahls’ so they can contact you and help you find the media you need. In other words, yes you can use your printer and cutter! Good luck.

  5. Billy says:

    Where can I customize one of these online?

  6. tokajiwear says:

    is soccer team use vynil too such as real madrid,barca madril

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