Men’s 200gsm HiVis Long Sleeve Two-Tone Polo Shirt with Hoop Pattern Segmented Reflective Tape

Product Code: 3516


  • 200gsm comb cotton jersey
  • Under arm cotton mesh vents
  • CSR Tape in double hoop configuration
  • Three buttoned closed front placket
  • Two tone front only
  • LHS button down chest pocket with pen partition
  • Hoop pattern superior quality heat transfer segmented reflective tape, lighter weight & innovative pattern, Stretch with garment’s fabric to add more comfort for movement, Anti-Static for both fabric & segmented tape

Sizes: XS-6XL


  • Yellow/Navy
  • Orange/Navy

DNC is an AKL Supply Partner and manufacturer of this product, Men’s 200gsm HiVis Long Sleeve Two-Tone Polo Shirt with Hoop Pattern Segmented Reflective Tape.




SupaColour Transfer

    What is SupaColour: Supacolour is a relatively new and effective way of decorating promotional products and apparel based on the traditional process of a heat applied transfer. This innovative technology can produce a print that can be applied to a wide
    range of fabrics whilst delivering exceptional results, full of vibrant colour and unrivalled Durability and quality.
    Why SupaColour: Supacolour combines the quality of traditional silkscreen techniques with the flexibility and convenience of digital printing to allow for a streamlined process of creative customization of textiles with premium-quality printing.
    SupaColour Summary: Vibrant Colours, versatility to transfer to almost any material, allow for fine details with no weeding, low cost for high-quality vivid colour printing, resolution no other process can match.


    What is Embroidery: With embroidery, the logo is reproduced by stitching threads directly into fabric. In this digital age, this is fully automatic and is done using advanced software and high-tech machinery. The pricing depends on the number of stitches in your logo.
    Why Embroidery: Embroidery is a classic and classy way to customize your workwear, corporate apparel, and other promotional items. The result is a clean look that makes your logo tangible. Unlike paint or ink, embroidery doesn’t fade, so if you’re washing it repeatedly, it is likely to hold up better than a screen-printed piece of clothing.
    Embroidery Summary: Embroidery can be applied to most garments, from polos and caps to corporate shirts and suits. In general, embroidery is cheaper for pocket-size logos, particularly for smaller quantities (less than 100 garments) and for logos that have several colours.

Screen Printing

    What is Screen Printing: With screen printing, your logo is reproduced by squeezing inks through mesh screens directly onto a substrate. What’s a substrate? Basically, anything that can accept and hold the ink. For example, T-shirts, canvas tote bags, pens, yard signs, mugs, and many more. A separate mesh screen is required for each colour in your logo so designs with many colours cost more than simple one colour designs.
    Why Screen Printing: Screen printing is generally less expensive than embroidery, especially larger logos as the embroidery can take tens of thousands of stitches to create. And, unlike embroidery, screen printing can be used with lots of materials, such as logo pens, caps, or anything with a solid, flat surface.
    Screen Printing Summary: Versatile, durable, cost-efficient while remaining high quality.

There are benefits to SupaColour, Embroidery and Screen Printing for customizing your workwear, corporate apparel and promotional products. You’ll have to factor in the types of products you anticipate creating and the type of look you want it to have.


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