Supacolor Headwear Transfers – Best transfers for caps and other forms of headwear


If you’re looking to be a leader in branding and expand the possibilities of what you can do with a heat press, then utilize Supacolor Promotional heat transfers to print on a wide range of fabrics made for promo items. Liberate yourself from just pressing t-shirts and start generating additional revenue printing on bags, lanyards, umbrellas and more!

This versatile version of Supacolor is formulated with a low melt adhesive that boasts a powerful ability to bond to synthetic fabrics, such as 600D polyester and ripstop Nylon. Complex technical fibers become branding opportunities that were not previously possible.

While Supacolor Promotional transfers do not have stretch and should not be laundered, they can be heat pressed at temperatures as low 260 F to reduce the chances of bruising, burning and dye migration. Explore heat pressing on cardboard and wood, or combine a compressed air heat press with Supacolor Promotional transfers to tackle heat pressing large objects such as suitcases, tents and sunbrellas.

Imagine the endless possibilities with Supacolor Promotional heat transfers and all the things you can print on, beyond apparel. Impress your customers and increase sales with Supacolor!

**The minimum order quantity is 10 sheets per design. You cannot split the minimum between multiple designs or accommodate more than one design within a print area. Any orders submitted under the minimum quantity will be cancelled.

***Bulk purchase pricing will reflect in cart.***



Technical Specifications

How to Press Soft Shell Blocker Like a Supastar

  1. Set temperature and time
    • 290F (140C)
    • 10 seconds
  2. Load and test Polyester Garment
    • If possible, slip the platen through the shirt so there is only one layer of fabric on top. Otherwise, lay shirt on top of the platen. Avoid pockets if possible.
  3. Set Pressure
    • Manual Press: Tighten dial until the press won’t close. Loosen dial progressively until the press closes, use less pressure for Polyester.
    • Hotronix and Geo Knight: 7-8
    • Pneumatic Press: 35-40 PSI
  4. Pre Press: None – No transfer
    • 100% polyester does not hold moisture, so it should not require a prepress unless you just need to smooth out the fabric for 2 seconds.
  5. Place Supacolor
    • Position the transfer on the garment. Lay teflon sheet or parchment paper over the Supacolor.
  6. Press 8-10 Seconds
  7. Peel Immediately
    • Hot peel immediately from a corner in one smooth motion. Peel with confidence and without hesitation. Hold down soft shell with your free hand for better control.
  8. Post-press: 2 Seconds
    • Use a teflon sheet or parchment to seal the edges of the Supacolor.



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