If you’ve been looking for custom warm-up outfits for your Marching Band-Color Guard or Drumeline as performance apparel, that stay in stock as long as you need them, then the search is over. Cheer Factor has unveiled its NEW SubDi II line of warm-up outfits.
The SubDi II Full Body (Dye-Sublimation) Warm-Ups are designed in tandem with marching band, color guard and drumline groups, allowing for a wide range of customization. Once created, the outfits are never discontinued, and the design stays unique to your program.
The process used in the SubDi II warm-ups allows the design to be infused into the fabric opposed to cut-and-sew outfits, that integrate the design elements separately. Their moisture management 4-way stretch fabric, is a key factor in keeping marching arts members comfortable while performing or using as traveling apparel.
“Schools come to us and say, ‘We want our own identity, we are tired of ordering out of a catalog; we want to make a statement, something that is unique, when we get on that field," says James Preste, director of marketing at Cheer Factor. “Not only can we do that, but our slogan says it all..."What YOU can Dream, WE can Create." They can literally create a "visual" brand for your marching programs that is proprietary to their school or college, so you won't see other marching programs wearing your design.
Cheer Factor’s warm-up outfits are created in a number of sizes, with separate men’s, women’s, youth boys’ and youth girls’ patterns, and provide Size KIts to assure a proper fit. Cheer Factor has been the "go-to" company for warm-ups and practice wear for the past 20 years, as America's front-runner in sublimation sports apparel.
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