How are they printed?

Dye sublimation printing produces vibrant, super-soft, permanent prints that are guaranteed to never crack, peel or flake. First, the design is printed onto heat-resistant paper. The paper is then arranged on a blank t-shirt and fed into a large heat press. As the press heats up to 400 degrees, the pigments vaporize and quickly bond with the t-shirt fibers.

The key feature of dye sublimated clothing is that the design is not printed on top of the garment. Rather, the design is permanently dyed into the threads of the shirt itself, ensuring that it will never fade.