FAQ

Do you make custom affiliate apparel?

Yes absolutely, virtually everything we make we can also make custom for your affiliate.

What sports can you make apparel for?

We currently supply custom Rugby, Rugby League, Australian Rules, Soccer, Basketball and Netball gear. We can work with organisations to develop products for all other sports when required.

What are your minimum order requirements?

It depends on the garment, but we work hard to keep our minimums as low as possible to make ordering custom apparel as practical as possible.

How much does it cost?

We price every order indiviudally based on the clients needs to ensure you aren't paying for things that you do not use. Please contact us with your requirements to have a chat and get a quote.

What are the turnaround times?

Every item has a different turnaround time. We work hard to keep our turnaround times as quick as possible and with certain items that we keep in stock we can turn orders around within 2 weeks. Other custom made apparel takes 2-6 weeks to arrive on your doorstep.

What are your colour options?

Depending on the garment, we are able to provide a large range of colour options to match your requirement.

Is your apparel Australian made?

Odin Sports is 100% Australian owned and we design and test all products right here in Melbourne. We currently manufacture some of our apparel here in Australia and some off shore.

Do I need apparel designs already or can you design something for me?

Odin can provide a full design service for you apparel.

I can't find my logo files, what do I do?

We are able to optimise your logo and send you a full set of files, including the file formats we require for printing and design work.

What are vector files?

A vector file is a graphics file that contains a vector image, graphic designers use them because they are easily scalable. We require these formats for print and design work. Vector file formats include .AI and .EPS. We are able to convert JPEG and other graphics files for you if you do not have the correct vector files.