In this case, there’s a fresh option you can suggest. Try placing a thralldom totem above the name to help balance out the space.
Contemporary Look for Hoodie Heat Transfer Placement
Another option for publishing names and figures on the reverse of a hoodie is to go with a fully different, more ultramodern look.
Place the figures advanced up with the name on the bottom of the figures.
Since the figures are larger, they can incompletely be covered up by the hood and you can still see which figures they’re true if you can’t see the whole number.
The name will be fully visible underneath and give it further an edgy look.
A thralldom placement is generally a lower design between the shoulder blades. It presumably won’t be seen when the hood is down, but that’s ok.
When the hood is over, it’ll help to fill in this space.
This thralldom design is easy to add. You can press it Certified LoverBoy Merch at the same time as your name and number, and it’ll fit on your transfer distance, taking up minimum space.
Try adding the platoon or academy charm.
Another option is to add a flag with our stock transfer flag packs.
With the added thralldom point, you can indeed add further to the final selling price if you choose to.
Design Exposure, Size, and Importance
. Still, your options will be determined by the design exposure, size, and the design “ significance”, If you aren’t using names and figures.
Let’s launch with the exposure, meaning if the design is more vertical or perpendicular.
Still, you can place it far enough down under the hood that it’ll look great when the hood is over or down If your design is more vertical in nature.
Still, if it’s further of a perpendicular design or indeed a large square design, it’ll be more delicate to push the design down to avoid the hood.
Still, help them to produce a vertical design If it’s important to your client that the hood doesn’t cover part of the design.
You’ll need to talk with your client about the “ significance” of the design, meaning what they want of the design to be seen, or what needs to be seen for the design to make sense.
Occasionally when you look at a design, you don’t need to see the entire thing to know what it says or means.
On the other hand, occasionally this isn’t the case and if a design is incompletely covered, it may lose all meaning, similar to the name of a business.
The size of the design will also make a difference in how important space is demanded.
Larger designs will need further real estate space, potentially demanding the space underneath the hood.
Still, you’ll have further inflexibility on the placement, If the design is on the lower side.
It’s also good to note then, that not all hoodies are created equal.
Some hoodies have large hoods while others have lower hoods. The size of the hood will determine how important space it’ll take up on the reverse when it’s down.
Keep in mind, like with the names and figures, if a design is placed too far down so that it’s fully visible when the hood is down, it may look awkward when the hood is over.
On the front of a shirt, if a design is placed too far down, it’ll not look right. We like to call these “ belly prints”! The same is true for the reverse.
Make sure you know where your vertical and perpendicular centers are to align your print as stylishly as possible.
DrakeMerchShop is a popular vesture item to customize in the fall but they also come with their own challenges to print, on the front and the reverse.
Printing the aft area is common but can be tricky with the hood placement. Hopefully, our ideas and tips helped you to overcome this custom printing challenge with advice you can offer to your guests.