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Hopefully by now you've heard about the unstoppable, unflappable, unbeatable in-house designer Karl! If you haven't, let me tell you, when it comes to ultimate fashion, he knows his stuff.
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Alright, I'll stop bragging about Karl (for now) and just show you the proof with some of our favorite sublimated jerseys from spring 2017!
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Our own Karl the Great made these sublimated Gun Show Tanks for the Memphis, TN mixed team, Turmoil. They reordered them again this spring and you can see from their Twitter profile picture that they're pretty pleased with them.
The Fresh Urbs
This funky, fresh mixed team is from the Netherlands! The Fresh Urbs sent us this sick design and we were stoked to print it for them. They live in Amsterdam, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, so how could they resist showing off that skyline?
Discs Out For Harambe
Discs Out For Harambe is headed to Wildwood 2017 with some sweet tanks thanks to Karl. Though initially debating between the names: "Actual Cannibal Shia Labeouf" and "Discs Out For Harambe", it was really a no-brainer once they saw this banana-tastic design.
The friendship PWNies
This friendship-focused team wanted a jersey that appropriately paid homage to the greatness of My Little Pony, and Karl really thrilled everypony with this one! We've got to share some credit with Claire for this design, too, as she's our resident expert on all things Princess Celestia.
We've been crushing on the Brandeis Men's Team for years, partially because their jerseys are always top of the line, but also because their twitter really cracks us up.
In designing these jerseys, they sent the picture above to Karl. They asked for something representing the newer (and objectively-worse-performance-from-Jeff-Bridges) Tron movie, but when all was said and done, we were pretty stoked on how these intense sub jersey mock-ups turned out. Spoiler alert: they're even better in person, donned by Tron's game-stopping models, er, players.
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OVER TO YOU
Does your team have trouble going anywhere without getting stopped by people wanting to gawk at your sub jerseys? Send over pics! We'd love to see!