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The sampler pack is an assortment of our DTG blank socks and great way to test out our ready to print socks and get a feel for the printing processes and quality of the socks. Set up the socks to print a design on the sides or the full print covering both sides of the socks.
The perfect opportunity to test out our DTGsockprints!
The WHITE cotton sock assortment pack includes 14 pairs of socks:
4 pairs, 2 templates - size Medium crew socks
4 pairs, 2 templates - size Large crew socks
4 pairs, 2 templates - size Medium black striped crew socks
1 pair, 1 template - size Medium sport knee high socks
1 pair, 1 template - size Large sport knee high socks
Our socks are a soft cotton blend with a 1/2 cushion sole, "Y" heel and smooth toe seam for comfort. The socks have a flat ribbed knit for an even surface and the sample pack includes sizes medium, and large. Socks come loaded on our patented template, ready to print.
Designs can be printed on the side, front, or back of each sock in a placed position.
Three pairs of socks or two pairs depending on the sock style, are pre-loaded on our proprietary templates which are designed to save on prep and production labor.
The template is easy to load on the print tray, no second guessing on the design placement when printing.
Socks and template go straight from the printer to the heat press. Your printed socks are done in just a few minutes.
The sample pack socks are sold in quantities of 12 pairs (5 templates).
Made to our specifications and designed specifically for our direct-to-garment printing process. Imported from Taiwan and we recommend washing inside out with warm water and do not use bleach, tumble dry warm.
An image guide template will be emailed after an order has been placed.
Sock Style #:
DTGRi-022-WHT - Medium
DTGRi-024-WHT - Large
DTGRi-052-WHT - Medium
DTGRi-034-WHT - Medium
DTGRi-035-WHT - Large
Fabrication: Refer to sock styles for fabrication.
Always use the center point of the print table as your starting point.