Grey Custom Sublimated Hoodie with Pocket Factory
The History of Hoodie
Hoodies have been considered a part of menswear and women swear for centuries. The name “hoodie” comes from the Anglo-Saxon word hōd. The style and form of this garment dates back to medieval Europe. The usual attire of monks at that time consisted of a large hood called a hood attached to a tunic or robe, in addition to a hooded cape and a chaperon.Hats were also a very common outfit among outdoor workers at the time. Hoodies first appeared in England in at least the twelfth century, probably imported during the Norman conquest of England .
Hoodies first began mass production in the United States in the 1930s. The modern hoodie was first produced by Champion in the 1930s , when hoodies were primarily sold to workers working in the frigid regions of upstate New York. The term “hoodie” became popular with the general public in the 1990s.
- Custom Sublimated Hoodies
- Hoodie with zipper or not
- Hoodie with pocket or without, pocket with zipper or not
- With outside pocket or inside pocket
- With elastic on the bottom hem or the same material as body
- With different names, logos on the front, back, or even on sleeves.
- Hood with strings or not
Fabric of Hoodie
Normally, we adopt #N-fleecing woven,#V001-nap cloth and #V002-fleecing woven for Custom Sublimated Hoodies. #N-320 gms Fleecing woven fabric with polyester and Fleece material can help keep warm and windbreak.it also feel Comfortable. While #V001-238 gms nap cloth with Polyester Knitted material is very warm,soft and comfortable.As for the #V002-220 gms fleecing woven fabric, it adopt polyester and spandex material and therefore it also makes people comfortable warm and soft.
Introduction of Technology-Dye Sublimation Printing
Sublimation, also known as dye-sub, or dye sublimation printing, is a versatile, digital printing method that opens up a world of opportunities for garment creation and originality.By definition, sublimation is the direct change of a body from a solid to a gaseous state. Dye-sublimation inks are aqueous. The inks thus pass instantly from a solid to a gaseous state and are then projected onto the media. On contact they cool down and revert to their solid state. Sublimation is the process of transferring dye to a fabric using heat. The image is printed on special paper placed on the garment and heat is applied, allowing the ink to become part of the fabric. This will leave you with a more breathable, soft-hand feel to the fabric. So you can choose our Hoodies,because the numbers, letters and graphics printed on the Hoodie do not wear off!
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