When properly invoked, team spirit conjures a feeling of camaraderie, as well as Wispy, the resident specter in charge of tripping the opposing team's players. Spook adversaries with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for $40 worth of personalized sportswear
- $29 for $60 worth of personalized sportswear
Choose from a vast library of designs, school logos, and vintage sports logos to customize activewear such as women’s long-sleeve crew-neck shirts, men’s vintage T-shirts, kids’ jerseys, hooded sweatshirts, and performance tees made with moisture-control technology. Items typically take five days to create before they ship.
The team at Prep Sportswear outfits fans in the proper colors with the help of its expansive library of designs, which houses imagery from one million schools, universities, sports teams, Greek organizations, and branches of the United States military. In addition to most well-known college teams, the shop prints gear for smaller universities as well as many elementary and high schools.
Customers begin by searching the site’s database for their school, college, or team of choice, then scroll through that team’s web page to see available T-shirts, hoodies, and accessories. The results, available in both kids' and adult sizes, keep fans stylish and comfortable with materials including lightweight cotton, warming sweats, or workout-friendly Dry-Excel polyester, ideal for games of underwater badminton. Items can also be personalized with names and graduation years.
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“This is a great place to create college and high school clothing that is unique. By that I mean that you can make colors screen prints / embroidery designs that the...”
“This is a great place to create college and high school clothing that is unique. By that I mean that you can make colors screen prints / embroidery designs that the schools do not sell. My daughters loved the multiple shirts / variations.”