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The Advance Range

Your design, your way. Our Advance range is a UK first in workwear design, combining state-of-the-art fabrics with the latest dye-sublimation printing techniques to create totally unique, yet practical uniform that suits your business and personality. No matter your industry, we have the perfect design for your uniform, because that design is exclusively yours.

 

HOW IT WORKS

 

 

 Download your style here

 

Chat with us

 

 Design presentation created 

     

 

Review your design with us

 

Approve your design

 

Order placed! 

 

 

The Advance Range is available for orders of 10 or more garments with a 6-8 week lead time and an affordable £50 design consultation. Price from £39.95 + VAT. 

 

 

 

WHAT FABRIC IS USED?

We understand that there is more to a uniform than just it’s good looks. You need practical, durable clothing that’s eay to care for. Our Advance range uses Aura Techno-fibre that requires little or no ironing and can easily be washed by hand or in a washing machine at 40 degrees.

 

For more information about this latest innovation in workwear, contact our sales and design team on 0116 255 6326, via email at  [email protected] or by completing the enquiry form below.

Advance Range - Terms and Conditions

- Sizes are from 6 – 26 (XS -XXL) and available on minimum order quantities of 10 garments (any sizes), with delivery in approximately 6-8 weeks from you signing off your final design.
- Advance garments are available for £39.95 + VAT each, and a one-off design fee of £50.00 per order.
- If you are providing us with your company logo, we require vectorised images in either .ai (Illustrator), .eps (InDesign) or as an unlocked PDF (PhotoShop). We can accept high quality JPEGs, but in we will have to vectorise the logo which may alter appearance or colouring.
- If you require a specific font to be used in your design, please provide the full font name or send an outline of the font to us in an .ai (Illustrator) or .eps (InDesign) file.
- If you want specific colours on your design, you will need to provide the correct pantone colour reference. Pantone colours can be matched from Hex Codes (e.g. #000000) or RGB codes (e.g. R00 G00 B00), but a Pantone reference is needed to produce an exact match.
- Please note that colours and graphics can vary between screen displays, presentation documents and your final garment, and some variation is to be expected.