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  1. I'm not sure if this deserves its own topic, but here goes. I just received my Nike replica BYU royal blue jersey--it's the first year Nike has made them available--and surprisingly, except for the collar patch and jock tags, the entire jersey including the numbers and sleeve stripes is sublimated. This jersey also has a more traditional cut, with a horizontal shoulder yoke seam from shoulder to shoulder as opposed to the seam running diagonally up to the collar. Is this something new Nike is doing across the board for college football or is it only for shorter-run throwbacks or alternate jerseys? The more recent Nike college jerseys I've purchased were like the NFL replicas and had the thick silicone-like numbers and sleeve stripes. The good news is that the back numbers on this jersey aren't ridiculously small like my other recent Nike replicas. Throwback royal jersey with sublimated numbers: Standard navy jersey, which has the silicone printing:
  2. Any tips on how to get different templates for different types of garment that can be sublimated. Everybody seems to be hush hush about templates.
  3. If any of you have watched Friday Night Tykes, you have seen the monstrosities that many of the youth teams are wearing. So, I started working on some for local youth leagues, and took the SWAG aspect the kids want, but kept them somewhat traditional. Using Sublimation, as an accent, and not going over the top "NEW NFL CONCEPTS" crazy. so here are the first three. Our local youth program is going away from the NFL model and to a school based program, so the uniforms are similar to the High Schools, but different enough that getting to wear the Varsity Uni will have meaning. So here are a few: Aledo, Texas Hanford (Richland) WA Richland, WA Modern, but not over the top. C&C welcome