- Call us (01506 497749) or email us us for current delivery times or with any questions you may have.
- Send us your order and design (this can be anything from electronic finished artwork to a rough sketch on our design sheet, however we do need high definition logos/graphics).
- Arrange payment of 50% deposit to secure production slot and be given estimated delivery date.
- Artwork will be sent to you to approve colours and layout along with a copy of your order.
- Upon artwork and order approval (and the return of any loaned sizing samples) we will begin production.
- Clothing will be shipped out to you free of charge* by courier to your delivery address.
> Pricing & Payment Terms
All prices shown exclude VAT. *Delivery is free for UK mainland but will be charged at cost to all other areas. A deposit of 50% of the order value should be sent with the order. The remaining balance is due after receipt of items, within seven days of the invoice date.
Discounts are based on the cost of the order before VAT and artwork. Our discount structure is:
(Discounts may be withdrawn where late payment occurs).
> Minimum Order Quantities
Orders for printed clothing should contain at least 15 items of clothing generated from one set of artwork. (not including accessories) Smaller orders of between 8 - 14 garments are available but carry a 20% surcharge.
> Artwork Charge
There is a flat rate origination charge of £75 for one set of new artwork (repeat jobs have no charge). This cost is for set-up and not a design charge. Finished designs and logos should be supplied to us.
> Supply of Graphics
Ideally digital files in Illustrator, PDF, Coreldraw or EPS format. Most other formats are acceptable provided the resolution is high enough (above 200dpi). Email electronic artwork to us at email@example.com We can scan high quality hard copies if electronic versions are not available. Website graphics are not suitable. As manufacturers of the garments, our Endura® logo is placed on the chest of tops and leg of shorts. The only design restriction to consider is to try to keep any important design elements or logos away from seam areas as matching over seams is difficult when producing garments of varied styles and sizes. There are no limits to the number of colours on your printed garments - and no extra cost. If you have access to a Pantone® colour chart then this is ideal for selection.