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2Tone Apparel incorporates unique seam in new line
Jun '11
2Tone Apparel is revolutionizing fan wear and sports apparel. From college courts and pro arenas to youth fields and corporate offices, 2Tone's patented design concept will incorporate your historic and patriotic 2-color scheme. With a seam that runs continuously from the neck to the end of the sleeve on both sides of the garment, 2Tone Apparel's fashion forward design will further distinguish you from the rest.

Unlike the usual fan ware and sports apparel, 2Tone's newly patented design allows you to show off your team spirit in a unique and fashionable way.

In February 2011, 2Tone Apparel received authorization and allowance for their Design Patent, which is created by implementing a seam that runs continuously from the neck to the end of the sleeve on both the left and right sides of the garment bringing together two different colors of the same material.

This concept can be applied to a wide variety of apparel tops, shorts and pants for adult and youth garments.

2Tone Apparel extends far beyond the arenas, stadiums and coliseums of the world. Large and small corporations, especially from a national level, will also be able to further distinguish themselves from their competition as 2Tone plans to create exclusive relationships in different industries.

Young people in particular have taken a great interest in the new look.

“What I hear people say the most is that they have never seen anything like it,” says Gerald Turner, owner and designer of 2Tone Apparel. “There are so many challenges to creating a new apparel line. It's not like we are taking a t-shirt off the rack and printing on it. Every part of a 2Tone garment starts from scratch; from the yarn and dyes to the fabric and the fit. Every part is designed uniquely to create an incredibly striking product.”

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