ColDesi is excited to offer its customers Vapor Apparel's high-quality performance clothing that dries quick, has cooling power, and provides UPF50+ protection.
UPF 50+, Ultraviolet Protection Factor, is the maximum rating for sun protection considered when creating apparel. Similar to SPF, the higher the rating, the more protection is provided.
ColDesi reports that the line of Vapor Apparel is ideal for its customers in the sublimation and white toner transfer business.
Chris Bernat, CRO & co-founder of Vapor Apparel says, “Vapor realized a long time ago nobody was ever going to really focus on sublimation apparel development and that’s what we did. We’ve been dedicated to sublimation since our inception, 17 years ago.”
The company’s sun protective clothing offers the highest UPF rating possible and has the Skin Cancer Foundation seal of approval. In order to receive this approval, the brand had to provide scientific data that proves the products help prevent sun-induced damage to the skin.
Colman and Company’s Director of Marketing, Marc Vila says, "Giving small apparel shops and startups the ability to compete with the big mega shops is part of what we do at Colman & Company. Our customers can choose from hundreds of styles and order in any quantity.”
Colman and Company also offers a reward program, ColDesi+ Rewards, that gives customers points every time they shop. These points can be redeemed for a variety of coupons and free items.
ColDesi reports that customers are being offered a value that no one else in the industry can match. "We don't just want to have customers; we want to have meaningful relationships with business owners," Director of Marketing for Colman and Company, Marc Vila said. "ColDesi+ Rewards is a way for us to give back to every customer. You don't have to be a big business to get huge benefits."
The company said they will continue to update their wholesale blank selection to fit their customers needs.
“Every step of the way we were considering our customers shopping experience and what options would best help their businesses succeed,” Vila says.