Learn about what it takes to process your heat transfer order.


Email, call or come into our store to place an order. Please have your design ready to show the sales associate you work with. The sales associate you work with may recommend either of these processes based on what you are looking for as an alternative to screen printing.


If you choose to heat press something on a garment, you will be able to choose the color and font of your lettering. Unless specially requested, no artwork will be emailed to you and you will only be contacted when your garment is complete.


If you choose to use digital heat transfers, someone from our team will take all of your information and contact you within 48 hours with a price quote. If you choose to place an order, you will receive an art proof before we order the transfers and print them.


Once artwork is approved, your items are usually ready to be picked-up within 10 business days. From start to finish, allow 10-15 business days for your order to be completed.


Heat transfers can be applied to these products:

Jerseys, t-shirts, sweatshirts, sweatpants, bags,
warm-ups, some jackets, shorts, tank tops.

We do not recommend heat application for any materials that may not handle heat well such as materials that melt or some pigment dyed polyester materials.

We do accept provided products.



There is no minimum or maximum for vinyl application or heat transfers.



Pricing is based on artwork and quantities you choose.



On average, approximately 2 weeks. Turnaround times do vary depending on season so please contact us well in advance to get the most up to date lead times.


  • We don’t require any artwork for vinyl lettering unless you have a specific request. If you do have a specific font or layout you want, please supply us with the font name and a picture of the layout you desire.
  • Heat applied digital transfers use vector art or high-resolution pictures.
    • Vector art is anything CREATED in a program with files ending in .eps, .cdr, or .ai. Some examples of software where vector art is created are Corel or Adobe Illustrator. Please convert any artwork to curves before sending it to us so that fonts and other parts of your image open correctly.
  • Low-resolution images such as those from the Internet imported into vector art software DOES NOT make the image vector art. This image will still need to be recreated.
  • If you are providing a photo-realistic picture, please provide a high-resolution image. We suggest using programs such as Adobe Illustrator to create your image.
  • If a vector image cannot be obtained, the next best option is a .pdf
  • We do accept jpeg images although they will need to be recreated by our graphic artist.
  • We strongly advise that you do not provide low resolution printed photographs or jpeg images. There is only so much we can do to improve an image when we resize it.