Anti-Microbial Fabric - Anti-microbial fabric protects against bacteria, mold, mildew, and other hazardous microbes. Some fabrics, polyester in particular, are naturally good at this while certain treatments can help fabric gain this quality, too. It can be found in a variety of garments, from lightweight, UV protective apparel to fishing jerseys and outerwear. It does both the serious job of mitigating microorganisms that can cause harm and the job of reducing nasty odors, too.
Artwork - Artwork is an important factor for any custom or partially custom apparel, like jerseys and any apparel that goes through embroidery, screenprinting, or sublimation. Artwork complexity is a big factor in the price of a fishing jersey and other garments, but it can be made easier with high quality digital artwork files.
Bamboo Fabric - Some fishing and boating apparel makers are using bamboo fabric. This is because it is a relatively strong, resilient, and soft material from a fairly sustainable and easily replenished source. However, bamboo fabrics can be a challenge to wash and it can shrink more than cotton; be careful if you’d rather just have clothing you can throw in the wash without much thought.
Blend - This is usually referring to what fabrics are used to make a garment, such as polyester, elastane, spandex, bamboo, cotton, and fleece.
Blended Fabrics - Depending on the properties of the fabric, blended fabrics take on the qualities of the fabrics they use.
Brand - Whether it’s T-H Marine, Gemini Jerseys, AFTCO, Simms, Huk, Gill, Columbia, Pelagic, or another brand name, brand names often give you a quick and easy connection to popular styles and the latest apparel technologies that are proven to perform.