210 Polyester Full Color Sublimation Drawstring Cinch Pack Backpack - 15 Days Overseas Production
This backpack cinch pack is made from sturdy 210D Polyester and features adjustable 17” cords for easy form fit. It features an all over (2 sides) full color sublimation imprint.? ?
14”W x 17” H
29 Lbs / 200 Pcs
Imprint Area: 14” W x 17” H x 2 Sides
Material: 210D Polyester
*PhotoImage® Full Color Imprint Setup Charge: $55.00 (G) per image.
Email Proof Charge: $7.50 (G), add 2 days to production time.
Price Includes: up to a Full Color Imprint on both sides of bag. If backside imprint different from front side, add another $55.00 (G) Setup Charge.
Production Time: 15 days after proof approval.
Repeat Setup Charge: $27.50 (G).
Assorted Colors: Minimum assortment per color is 500 pieces and must be in even increments of 500 pieces (sorry, no exceptions).
Please Note: Regarding color matching, dye-sublimation printing process uses CMYO (Cyan Magenta Yellow Overcoating) colors, which differs from the more recognized CMYK colors in that the black is eliminated in favor of a clear overcoating. As a result, PMS inks cannot be matched exactly. They are only a reference point and an approximation. Factory will do it’s best to match but cannot guarantee an exact color match.
Important Information: Proofs provided are for logo placement and size approval only. The colors shown on e-proofs may not be accurately represented on your computer monitor (All metallic inks will NOT show up as metallic on screen) and PMS colors as printed in the Pantone Color Book are only a reference point. Therefore, e-proofs are not an exact color representation. Variations in print substrates/materials make it impossible to exactly duplicate PMS colors on Innovation Line products. Color variation cannot be considered a defect due to ink, lighting, and material variations. Innovation Line is not responsible for any color variation. In screen printing pad printing, Sublimation or transfer process exact color matches cannot be achieved. Regarding color matching, dye-sublimation printing uses a computer printer to generate a heat transfer to transfer the image onto fabric. Dye-sublimation printers use CMYO (Cyan Magenta Yellow Overcoating) colors, which differs from the more recognized CMYK colors in that the black is eliminated in favor of a clear overcoating. As a result, PMS inks cannot be matched exactly. They are only a reference point and an approximation. Laser engraving appears on actual item as tone on tone (as the laser engraving uses the laser to burn through the surface), on clear acrylic it appears white frost, on a proof laser engraving is most often shown in gray color. Imprint will shift slightly when printed or lasered. Each product is manufactured and printed individually, so 3/16” movement in logo alignment may result and cannot be considered a defect in printing.