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About Aussie Pacific
Aussie Pacific offer an extensive range of coordinated casual styles appropriate for sporting groups & active jobs such as trades. Many of the styles offer the option of coordinating a singlet, t-shirt, polo & jacket in the same colour & panel design which gives a consistency of image & branding. In addition to casual wear Aussie Pacific also offer a range of corporate wear including business shirts, pants & skirts.
What we like about Aussie Pacific
Aussie Pacific’s moisture wicking cool-dry fabrics are one of the better ones in the market. The moisture wicking fibre is woven into the fabric thread providing for a more stable, consistent & lasting performance.
What we know about Aussie Pacific
Aussie Pacific utilise one of the better quality “Cool Dry” fabrics available. The cool dry fibre is added to the thread as it’s being spun which ensures a long life of effectiveness. The cheaper alternative that some brands use is to spray a solution onto the finished garment, this obviously reduces the effectiveness with each wash. But all you really need to know is that the Aussie Pacific range of sportswear represents excellent quality & value for money.
We help people create uniforms & merchandise for their brand.
Since 2004, our team of dedicated fashion designers, graphic designers, branding consultants, sewers, printers, embroiderers & reps have been working with individuals to create eye-catching uniforms & merchandise that communicates their brand to the world.
We take this seriously. Our Guarantee ensures your dedicated rep will help you find what’s right for your brand. They’ll also make it as simple & enjoyable as possible.
Your brand is in safe hands. Our sales & production team are all under one roof working together to make decisions & solve problems creating over 80,000 branded garments a year.
We love to talk about brand aspirations & goals. What’s your brand about? What are you imagining?