Want Vintage or Standard Ink?
Want Vintage or Standard Ink?

Custom Printed Independent Trading Hooded Sweatshirt!

September 12, 2012

Custom Independent Trading Hoodies

Are you looking to print on super-soft hoodies with a tailored fit?  Look no further than our Custom Printed Independent Trading Soft Hooded Sweatshirt... by the way, did we mention that it's super-soft and tailored yet? :)

Throw away your big, baggy and rough feeling hoodie and get this hoodie for your next order and you will never want to take it off!  Here are both Independent Trading hoodies that we offer:

Custom Printed Independent Trading 7oz Hoodie 
Custom Printed Independent Trading Full Zip 7oz Hoodie 

Here are 2 things to think about as you are ordering either the full-zip or pullover Independent Trading Hoodie with Coed Monkey:


1.  Keep the number of Logos and Ink colors down... This should go without saying, but the more logos and ink colors that are on your screen printed hoodies, the more they will cost.  A simple one color print can go a long way if you have cool artwork.  There's an expression that "less is more," and with this super-soft hoodie, that phrase is very true.  Why add uneccesary ink to a hoodie that is soft as butter?  Keep it simple and you will never want to take this hoodie off!

2. Go Vintage with the Coed Monkey Signature Vintage Ink...  If you are going to order super-soft hoodies, why weigh it down with not only too much ink, but also why weigh it down with thick ink?  If you are ordering a black hoodie with white ink and you need the white to "pop," then go with our standard ink process, but if you'd like the hoodie to look a little older and if you don't mind having the ink show some of the fabric through it, then go Vintage!  We've never had a customer regret going vintage and many of our customers will never order our standard ink process again.  This is perfect with white ink on the gunmetal grey or white ink on the black hoodie, but can also work with other ink colors like light grey, light yellow, baby blue or other colors... as long as the ink color is lighter than the hoodie, this will be perfect.  

If you had any questions, your Coed Monkey Order Rep can help you pick the right ink process for your order.... we'll make t super-easy to order this super-soft hoodie!

Again, here are the two super-soft Independent Trading hoodies that we offer, but if you want to see more options just ask us and we'll be able to show you a few more that did not make our site: 

Custom Printed Independent Trading 7oz Hoodie
Custom Printed Independent Trading Full Zip 7oz Hoodie 


Let us know if you had any questions... but you're going to LOVE this hoodie and you'll never go back to the big, boxy hoodie ever again! 






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