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    Default looking for summer uniforms

    What is good? Not finding as many color/style choices as I thought.


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    Don't have to buy here, but if you want to see variety:

    Fastpitch Softball Uniforms & Equipment Home | Team Sports Planet: Your Team Is Our World!

    They have been good to me in the past.

    A lot of of local teams are just wearing dri-fits with logo - at $20 or less per shirt they are a good light weight option as well.
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    I recently ordered jerseys and socks from Softball Uniforms | Blank or Custom Decorate | Team Discounts

    They arrived in a very timely manner!

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    Have you tried Boombah? I know they have a pretty quick turnaround. I've used Uniforms Express the past few years and I've been happy, but there's 6 weeks between order and delivery for custom uniforms.

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    Thanks all looking at all of these options.

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    custom ink or custom jerseys.
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    I bought mine from the website https://www.allsportsuniforms.net/. The website's really easy to navigate, they have some really, really good deals on their uniform types, colors/designs, etc. Best of all, to me, their customer service is OUSTANDING. I had a problem with getting the pants I wanted (navy blue) to match the uniform tops I wanted (navy blue), so the lady who was 'assigned' my order called me directly to say that the colors wouldn't match, but went over different other options she thought might work well. The final product we ended up with looked great, and she was able to 'rush' the order out as fast as possible (since I needed them by a specific date but wouldn't be able to get it by then given this delay - I got them 1 day after I needed them, which was okay for me). Definitely worth checking out. PLUS you can also have blanks sent to you for sizing purposes, and I believe only have to pay for some form of either shipping out/back, which isn't bad either.

    My uniforms - tops with the team name, player number front/back, and player name on back in 2 colors, and pants came to an average of $55 per player, which I think is a great deal given the combination. And since they're custom, my girls keep them from season to season.

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    You can get half sub dye jerseys for pretty cheap, and being sublimated, no fading or stuff peeling off. Half sub-dye is just a basic one color moisture
    wicking material shirt with whatever on front (logo, team name) and number and name on back. These aren't as bright and colorful as the full subs that dilligaf hates
    so much per the many times he has said so...haha.

    Half subs usually only run 15 bucks give or take per shirt...full subs are about 35 give or take. These local shops usually rip people off for cotton
    shirts with heat press numbers/design...seen these guys charge same price for that garbage that a half sub would be.

    I am a fan of going sub dyed (half or full) for the fact that nothing fades or peels like regular shirts.
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    Support the small business in your local area. Surely the business that did your local rec teams can get the dri-fits to you in a timely manner as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DILLIGAF View Post
    I could see sublimated dri-fits for workouts, camps and practices but for tournaments and showcases they just look like your team is a t shirt start up, may as well have "select" written across the chest.
    Our org and teams have never spent a lot of uniforms. We have won and placed in many national-level tournaments in our $25 dri-fits. My DD's team always wear their black ones on Sundays - black tops, black pants, black belt, black socks. Team name in white, number on the back. And nothing but the jersey is actually a team requirement - pants, socks, belt - all are one color but the families buy whatever brand they want - as long as it is the right color. It is actually a really clean look.

    We decided a long time ago we would rather spend the money on more training and instruction.

    Always happy to beat up the $300+/uniform teams.

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