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Vapor Apparel adds two sublimation-friendly socks styles
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Oct '13
Vapor Apparel, the industry leader in manufacturing high quality performance apparel engineered for mass customization with sublimation, announces two styles of sublimation-friendly socks to their line of premium imprintables.

"We see strong consumer demand for this product, and view it as a great margin-opportunity for our decorating customers," says Christopher Bernat, Chief Revenue Officer at Vapor Apparel. "Customization in the apparel industry shows no sign of slowing down. and the trend is now expanding to things outside traditional t-shirts and performance tops."

SubliSocks are available in two lengths. The "Crew" version will offer a 7-inch leg length, and the "Short" version will offer a 3.5-inch leg length. SubliSocks are designed for apparel decorators with small format presses, and for large-scale customers as well.

SubliSocks offer a black toe and heel segment to prevent creasing marks during the sublimating process, delivering a professional finished product for customers. Decorators will also benefit from the "SubliSock Kit," which will be available from distributors.  The SubliSock Kit provides digital decorators the ability to expand the sock during pressing to ensure there is no "grin-thru" of white fabric when the socks are expanded over the calf during wear.

"Our customers require high quality goods and innovative decorating solutions for success," says Jackson Burnett, President of Vapor Apparel. "The SubliSock Kit allows customers to have perfect results time and time again."

Founded in 2004, Vapor Apparel is the industry leader in manufacturing high quality performance apparel engineered for mass customization with sublimation. Vapor is recognized by SGIA, Impressions Magazine, Wearables magazine, and ASI for award winning product development, print quality and a commitment to the apparel industry.

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