We can customize uniforms, clothing, and belts with your own artwork, embroidery and screen printing. Prices will depend on quantity. You will need to pay a nominal rate for graphic design work. We can also customize patches, Macho foam sparring gear, gloves and nunchaku. Minimum order quantities apply. Please contact us for details.


Please contact our friendly sales associates to get your pricing and quantity price breaks.


Call us with your requirements at 1-888-775-7766 or email us [email protected] for your quick turnaround.


Perfect for:

  • Belts & Uniforms
  • File Type: Vector
  • Size: In relation to the belt or uniforms chosen
  • Wait time – 2-3 weeks


We can help you design and create your own custom patches!

Give us a call to ask how.

Please allow a 3 week lead time for custom patches.


We can offer you design work for your own customised logo.

Our in house graphic person can help with designing and creating you own logo.

We can also recreate and prepare your logo for print or embroidery services.


Vinyl prints are best suited for logo’s with one single colour scheme and do not have intricate details. Large block letters preferred. These prints can be used on all garments, but recommended on heavier cotton based materials. Suggested artwork requirement is in Vector format.

Perfect for:

  • One colour designs that are not intricate. Block shapes are ideal.
  • Suitable for white and dark coloured fabrics.
  • File Type: vector
  • Size: Up to 11″ x 17″
  • Colours offered: Red, Blue, Black, White, Gold.

Vinyl Available Colours


This process is best used on white and off-white 100% polyester garments. Sublimation can offer you a no bleed, no fade permanent print that will last the life of the garment itself. Suggested art work required is a High Res Jpeg or Vectorised image. Items are produced in-house.

Perfect for photographs and multi-coloured graphics

Suitable for white and light coloured fabrics

File Type: Vector, High Quality JPEG

Size: Up to 8.5″ x 11″


Sublimation Longest Lasting

Sublimation printing is the application of inks onto a surface using a heat press by applying heat over time and pressure. The inks convert from a solid to a gaseous state enabling them to penetrate the surface so that a permanent, full colour image is formed. The colour penetrates the surface of the item so that the result is colourful, long lasting and resistant to scratching.

Dye sublimation printing is done on a polyester or polymer fabrics. At high temperatures, the solid dye converts into a gas. The pores of the polymer allows the gas to enter. When the temperature drops, the pores close and the gas reverts to a solid state. It has now become a part of the fabric. For this reason true dye sublimation cannot be done on natural materials such as 100% cotton. This is why sublimation can last up to 10 years or outlast the fabric  when done on the correct fabric. Light colours only.


Silk screening is the most common form of print and can produce visually striking results. Majority of all fabrics can be used for this process and is ideal for larger quantity orders. Average time frame once artwork is approved is 1-2 weeks. A vectorised format is required for this method. If you do not have a vectorised format, please ask us on how we may assist you.

Perfect for:

  • Multi-coloured and detailed graphics
  • For large quantity orders
  • Visually Striking results
  • Suitable for all colour fabrics .
  • File Type: Vector
  • Size: Up to 11″ x 14


Laser prints are a great affordable option when you need to produce small batches of clothing and as is best suited on cotton based garments. White and neutral colour garments are ideal for these prints and can be done in-house for quick turn-around time. Suggested artwork recommended is in Vector format or High Res Jpeg.

Perfect for:

Multi-coloured graphics including photographs

Suitable for light and dark coloured fabrics

File Type: Vector, High Quality JPEG

Size: 11″x17″

What Is Laser Transfer?

Laser printing produces high-quality text and graphics (and moderate-quality photographs) by repeatedly passing a laser beam back and forth over a negatively charged cylinder called a “drum”. The drum then selectively collects electrically charged powdered ink toner and transfers the image to paper, which is then heated in order to permanently fuse the text, imagery, or both, to the paper. This is then applied to the garment via the heat transfer process.