S538 Moray Bomber Jacket
S538 Moray Bomber Jacket
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- Sustainably Made
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- In stock, ready to ship
- Inventory on the way
This jacket is an all-time favourite because to its comfortable fleece lining, weather-resistant shell, and simple, straight-forward styling. A soft microfibre peach finish for a sumptuous feel has been added to the jacket. The jacket can be embroidered or personalised with print access.
100% Polyester Micro-fibre, Peach Finish, PU Coated 135g
Additional Lining Fabric Info :
Body: 100% Polyester Fleece 280g
Sleeves: 100% Polyester 60g
Additional Filling Fabric Info :
Sleeve: 100% Polyester Filling 100g
Machine washable at 40 degrees. Wash dark colours separately. Do not wring.
In-House Embroidery & Personalisation Service
Ioma Clothing Company has a well established in-house Embroidery department that provides our customers with a fast and reliable service.
How do I arrange Embroidery for my Uniform?
Company logos, designs and images are subject to a £25 artwork setup charge. This is a one-off charge. Please click the link below to add this charge to your order.
Typically a company logo on the left-hand breast of a garment which measures no greater than 10cm by 10cm will cost £3.50 each. Please click the link below to add this charge to your order.
Company names and individual names are charged at £1.95 per name. (up to a maximum of 30 letters) Please click the link below to add this charge to your order.
Please send your logo to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will send you a design approval form within 3 working days.
Which Logos are Suitable ?
Please ensure that your logo is a high resolution jpeg/psd/ai file so we can achieve the best possible embroidery for you.
If you only have a low resolution image then there will be further charges for our graphics team to trace you a new logo. Cost is dependent upon the logo complexity.
We can embroider on a wide variety of garment styles including polos, jumpers, jackets, caps, pocket flaps and ties.
Please be aware that not all garments are suitable for embroidery.
The heavier the fabric, the better the embroidery. It is possible to embroider lightweight fabrics but it runs the risk of puckering the fabric or creating a hole in the material. We use an extra sheet of backing to combat this issue.
Waterproof fabrics will lose their waterproof integrity if the fabrics are punctured with the embroidery needles. it would be better for these items to be heat sealed.