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Castle Rock Soft Shell Vest

Screen-Printing: printing method where ink is pushed through a woven screen (also called mesh stencil) onto fabric. The ink doesn't soak into the fabric, but lays on top of the product.

DTG: printing method that sprays
the ink onto the garment. The ink then soaks into the fibers of the garment. It's like printing on paper, but on clothing.

Embroidery: applying logos to clothing with patterns or pictures sewn directly onto the
material. You have the option of flat or a 3D raised logo to give more dimension.

Sublimation: transfers a design into a material or fabric using ink and heat by changing a solid to gas. This is great for high detail on white garments.

Rates are approximations. Exact rates will be provided at checkout.

Castle Rock Soft Shell Vest 12 minimum

  • Embroidery

12

24

72

144

288

576

$112.95 $110.95 $108.95 $106.95 $104.95 $102.95

Black
Asphalt Grey
Mid Grey

Total: $1,355.40

$112.95 each / 12 pieces

If you are looking for a stylish vest that can hold up against the elements, look no further than The North Face Castle Rock Soft Shell Vest. This men’s vest is the perfect finishing layer for staying comfortable in cooler temperatures. The water-repellent coating (DWR) is applied to the face of the fabric to provide the first line of defense against wet weather and is highly wind-resistant with wind permeability at less than 10 CFM. The brushed interior provides extra warmth in colder conditions, and it has a durable water-repellent (DWR) finish. There is a reverse-coil center front zipper and hand pockets so that you will always have easy access to your belongings. The hem cinch-cord allows you to adjust the fit of this soft shell vest and keep out drafts, while the embroidered logo on left hem and right back shoulder give this vest an athletic feel.

Screen-Printing: printing method where ink is pushed through a woven screen (also called mesh stencil) onto fabric. The ink doesn't soak into the fabric, but lays on top of the product.

DTG: printing method that sprays
the ink onto the garment. The ink then soaks into the fibers of the garment. It's like printing on paper, but on clothing.

Embroidery: applying logos to clothing with patterns or pictures sewn directly onto the
material. You have the option of flat or a 3D raised logo to give more dimension.

Sublimation: transfers a design into a material or fabric using ink and heat by changing a solid to gas. This is great for high detail on white garments.

Rates are approximations. Exact rates will be provided at checkout.

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