MARKETING TOOLS

2020 USA Style & Color Guide

For over four decades, Comfort Colors® has been making relaxed apparel people love to live in. The Style & Color Guide makes it easy for anyone to find instant favorites for the entire family, and it’s your best reference for true color matching. This is an essential tool for choosing from our collection of ultra-soft originals in nature-inspired hues, from brilliant direct/reactive shades to the vintage look of pigment dyes.

Image Library

Out with the old and in with the new. Our revamped Digital Asset Management (DAM) tool, Workfront DAM, offers a new and improved experience. This easy, intuitive and user-friendly interface makes it easy to search, save, and share any asset you need. Plus, you can download at any file and size you are looking for. Swatches, studio, lifestyle, and web images are just a click away!

Distressed Printing

Distressed printing gives screen prints an intentionally weathered look right from the start.

Discharge Printing

This form of screen printing uses a water-based catalyzed activator) ink. The discharge agent neutralizes the color in the garment while also adding the new color. Discharge base (without colorant) will discharge many garments to a soft natural color.

Foil Printing

A premium method that combines heat and pressure to transfer foil to a garment. Foil is available in a variety of colors and patterns and can be used to create dramatic accents or overall designs on all colors and weights of fabrics.

Hot Split Transfer Printing

Combines heat and pressure to transfer images to garments. The transfer paper is peeled away while still hot resulting in the majority of the ink melting into the fabric for a softer , lighter feeling print. This is a great option for detailed prints, customization, shorter runs and quick turnaround times.

Embroidery

Embroidery is the art of working raised and ornamental designs in threads of silk, cotton, or other material, upon any jersey, fleece, piqué or other types of fabric, with a needle or an embroidery machine.

Screen Printing

A technique that uses stencils and ink to create designs on garments. It is the most economical method for producing large quantities that involve cotton or cotton-blend garments.

Direct to Garment

This form of printing utilizes specialized ink jet technologies to print in full color directly on garments using a water-based CMYK system for white shirts and an added white-ink for colored garments.