How It's Made
All of G2Gemini 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Breathable fabric means always feeling fresh—even under the most strenuous conditions.
Surface moisture and sweat wick to accelerate evaporation, keeping you dry while also serving to regulate body temperature.
G2Gemini apparel is described as being true to size, however, if there are any questions please refer to the size chart on their website by clicking HERE.
Our fabrics are designed to transport moisture away from your body and toward the outer layer of the fabric where it can quickly evaporate.