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Team Colors provides 24 styles & 19 colors to design kit
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Dec '12
The Hertfordshire-based company started off with just a range of netball dresses but now designs and produces personalised sports kits for 28 popular and niche sports, as well as offering a huge range of leisurewear, equipment and accessories.

Team Colors’ online success has been largely down to having one of the most sophisticated kit design interfaces on the internet - and its reputation for innovation has been further enhanced by a new basketball design tool.

A Team Colors spokesperson said:

"Our website already lets customers create bespoke designs for netball, football and rugby teams among others, so it was a natural step for us to allow basketball teams to design their own basketball kit.

"Online innovation is absolutely at the heart of what we do, so we're delighted by the reception we've had from our basketball customers who are able to bring an unprecedented level of detail to the personalisation of their kits."

Team Colors’ new online basketball kit design interface gives teams a choice of 24 different shirt styles and 19 colors. The design process is easy to use and includes customization options for team numbers and names on the front or back of the jersey, numbers on the shorts, custom logos, embroidery and even side panels in contrasting colors.

Customers can also choose between three fabrics - mesh, standard jacquard and heavy dazzle - and all kits can be made with a reversible option.

Once kit designs are finalized, they are submitted to Team Colors for an accurate price quotation and can also be printed by the user to share with their team or organization for approval.

For all Team Colors custom sportswear needs, staff offer friendly, one-to-one service and will be happy to walk any customers through the online basketball kit design tool.

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