Imprint Methods


Using a relief deboss plate to stamp an imprint directly into a product. Offers an elegant tone-on-tone presentation on many of our bags.


Embossing provides a unique raised dimension to your design.


Machine embroidery is a process whereby a machine uses colored string to create patterns and designs sewn into your product. It is most commonly used on heavier weight, wearable items such as hats, socks, jackets, and sweaters.

Hot Stamp

Our process of using a metallic die to stamp a foil imprint.

Laser Engraving

Laser Engraving involves using a laser that vaporizes materials leaving a marking in the product. The process is subtractive, meaning your product will have indented grooves that make up the image of your design.

Pad Print

The process of using an etched plate and silicone pad to crisply imprint your design on a variety of materials.


Sublimation is a printing method using ink and heat. Your design is placed on a paper, which is then placed onto the garment and heat is applied, allowing the ink to become part of the fabric.


Screenprinting is the process used for all apparel and most wearable items. The process involves using wet colored inks and stencils to print your design onto the garment. The finished result is a lightweight but opaque design that lays on top of the garment.