All production is proudly manufactured in Southern California by master artisans and production specialists.
Made in U.S.A. - just the way we like it. We believe in domestic production. More specifically, we believe in supporting our local business owners, workers, and talent creatives through channels of production, manufacturing, distribution, and more.
Blanks and Popular Garments
Style your look from hundreds of garments and beautiful color ways.
Produced by the brands we know and trust.
Looking for a brand or specific garment not listed above? We can source your garments!
The screenprinting process involves applying a layer of plastisol ink through a woven mesh silkscreen onto the fabric or garment on your choice. Each color involved in your artwork incurs the use of a screen, and dark garments incur an under base to ensure the vibrancy and fullness of your artwork.
Screenprinting is our most popular, cost effective and versatile service. Perfect for any occasion; especially in volume.
Types of Screenprinting:
-High Density (Puff) Print
-Foil & Speciality Metallic Inks
The embroidery process involves creating a digitized rendering of your artwork, preparing it for stitching, then using commercial embroidery machines to produce the final product. Known for its timeless look, quality construction, and use of threading, embroidery is one of our most popular services.
Highly recommended for headwear and business uniform.
Types of Embroidery:
-Speciality Metallic Threading
The direct-to-garment process involves printing CMYK ink on your garment of choice, using state-of-the-art inkjet technology, with the capability of fulfilling full-color designs and images. DTG printing does not incur screens or any set ups fees, and final garment results in a grainy, "vintage" feel.
Highly recommended for color intensive designs and low quantity shirt orders.
*can only be used with 100% ring spun cotton fabric. Preferred color: White.
The sublimation process involves using a digital printer to apply your full color, "all-over" design onto a sublimation transfer sheet, which is then heat-pressed on your garment pattern of choice, sewn, and finalized. Dye sublimation is used specifically for "all-over" print.
Highly recommended for t-shirts and muscle tees, tank tops and jerseys, crewnecks hoodies, leggings and yoga pants, sports bras, athletic wear, shorts, blankets, and more.
The heat transfer process involves using a heat press to apply your vinyl-based design onto the garment of your choice. A vinyl cutter precisely cuts your design, either using a blade or laser, off of a sheet of vinyl, to prepare your design for the transfer.
Highly recommended for color intensive designs and one-off samples.
SSLA does not partake in any cut and sew services, with the sole exception of label application. We do not plan to offer these services in the near future. We can, however, refer you to one of our many talented recommendations on a small retainer fee. Thank you for your generosity and understanding.