Apparel FAQ’s

Order Process

We offer 2 separate levels of custom jerseys and hoodies, full custom and semi custom. Our full custom apparel offers complete background customization and our semi custom apparel has a base background color and is offered in a few select styles.

Full Custom Setup fees are as follows:
Custom Background - $50 (includes 3 proofs/changes unless Gemini error)
Stock Background - $25 (includes 3 proofs/changes unless Gemini error)

Semi Custom Setup Fee:
$10 (includes 3 proofs/changes unless Gemini error)

These setup fees will not apply at all if the order is an exact reorder of a previous G2 jersey. Our setup fees includes initial design setup, logo placement, and minimal design changes. Additional charges will apply at a rate of $25 per hour for significant design changes and logo configuration. For all orders a proof of your item will be emailed to you within 3-5 business days for your approval. You may make any changes at this time and once all artwork has been approved all orders require 3-4 weeks in production before they are shipped out. Orders are sent to production every Wednesday and orders must be paid in full before they will be sent to production.

Full Custom Size Charts

Shirt Measurement Example How to use the size charts:
  1. Find a shirt that fits you comfortably and lay it out completely flat on the floor.
  2. Measure straight across the chest from side seam to side seam directly under the armpit - this is the “A” measurement. If this falls in between sizes, ALWAYS go with the larger size.
  3. Measure the front of the shirt from the bottom hem to the very top of the collar seam - this is the “B” measurement. If this falls in between sizes, ALWAYS go with the larger size.
Our G2 apparel is described as being true to size, however, if there are any questions please refer to the size chart below. Our full custom apparel is also available in a Women’s Specific Cut which is only available in sizes XS-2XL.



Size Charts

Semi Custom Size Charts

Shirt Measurement Example How to use the size charts:
  1. Find a shirt that fits you comfortably and lay it out completely flat on the floor.
  2. Measure straight across the chest from side seam to side seam directly under the armpit - this is the “A” measurement. If this falls in between sizes, ALWAYS go with the larger size.
  3. Measure the front of the shirt from the bottom hem to the very top of the collar seam - this is the “B” measurement. If this falls in between sizes, ALWAYS go with the larger size.
Our G2 apparel is described as being true to size, however, if there are any questions please refer to the size chart below.



Size Charts

Artwork Requirements

We design all of our jerseys using vector images. All artwork/logos provided to us must be provided in vector format in order to be printed correctly. A logo being displayed on the Gemini site is an indication that we already have the logo in vector format. We currently have over 4000 vector logos available.

Vector Bitmap Example

What are Vector Images? Vector images are the opposite of bitmap images. Vector images are used in most aspects of graphic design and are the preferred format for printing, both on paper and on clothing. The reason for this is that while a bitmap image can look great on the screen, which usually has a resolution of about 72 pixels/dots per inch (DPI), it will normally have to be scaled by a factor of 8 or more when printed since modern printers routinely produce resolutions of 600 pixels/dots per inch. Vector artwork can handle this type of scaling without any problems while bitmap images struggle with it.

Logos are usually created in vector format. If you are having problems locating a vector version of your logo you may want to try contacting the company that printed your business cards.

What about images from the web? In most cases we cannot use images or logos taken from the web because they are not vector files and they are not high enough quality to be printed clearly.

What if I don’t have a vector image of my logo? You have a couple of options. If your logo is just made up of text only we can place it on the shirt using a similar font at no extra charge. If your logo is slightly more complicated we can usually convert it to a usable format for $15 per logo. Some complex logos may require that our designers re-draw the artwork, resulting in a larger conversion fee. In other cases we may not be able to convert the logo at all - if this is the case we will place the logo as text and give you an opportunity to send a usable version.

How It's Made

All of our apparel is produced using a process called Dye Sublimation. Most pieces of G2 apparel start out as a single section of large white material. This material is then dyed using a ultra high temperature heat press to create one large piece of dyed fabric. All of the smaller pieces (sleeves, collar, front, back, ect.) are then cut out from the larger piece, hemmed, and subsequently sewn together to become the finished product.

Material Specs

  • Wear-Resistant

    We use a patented Intera® fabric on all of our jerseys that will not fade and it is extremely resistant to wear. Because the material itself is dyed it will not peel or wear off like screen printing.
  • UV Protection

    G2 apparel is built to handle extreme sun exposure with an outer shell that shields your body from harmful UV rays. All of our apparel* features a UPF rating of 25. This advanced technology aids in extending the time you are able to spend outdoors—it also increases comfort during and after the competition. *Aside from some semi-custom apparel.
  • Anti-Microbial

    Our fabric resists bacteria and continues to smell fresh—wash after wash. Specially finished using a micro-thin coating, our jerseys continue to look new even after months of wear.
  • Temperature Management

    Intera patented material keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The pores of the fabric expand whenever it is warm outside, which allows air to freely pass through. The pores contract in colder weather, which serves to insulate.
  • Moisture Transfer

    Our fabrics are designed to transport moisture away from your body and toward the outer layer of the fabric where it can quickly evaporate.
  • Ventilation

    Breathable fabric means always feeling fresh—even under the most strenuous conditions.
  • Moisture Wicking

    Surface moisture and sweat wick to accelerate evaporation, keeping you dry while also serving to regulate body temperature.

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