No screen fees! No setup fees!
Beautiful colors screen printed to make your design come to life.
Embroidered apparel is a great way to show off your spirit. This versatile and durable option will last and look good long after the season has ended.
Vinyl Names & Numbers
Adding an individual name or number to your garment is a great way to stand out.
Patches & Pins
We design custom embroidered patches and enamel pins to help you promote and recognize your tournament, league, team or business. All of our patches come with iron-on backing at no extra charge! Low minimum quantities too!
Commemorate your achievement with a one of a kind, customized, printed plaque.
We offer a wide variety of promotional products to help you increase your brand awareness!
Choose from tons of cups, pens, pencils, lanyards, stickers, sunglasses, koozies, and more!
We are here for you!
Your dedicated team is here to help you through the entire process. Reach out now and let your expert make it happen.
“We always really love the art, any time I have any issues I just send it back with my comments and they fix anything that I ever need. We’ve been pleased with all of the art we’ve ever had from PepWear.”
-Liz Miller, Seymour HS Marching Band
"What stands out the most to me is definitely the customer service, they’re very customer service driven: the customer comes first.The overall satisfaction I get from PepWear makes my job easier.”
-Robert Winckel, Chisholm Trail Intermediate
"We’ve been with PepWear the last ten years. The customer service PepWear has given to our school has been exceptional. We get everything we order very quickly, and the service has always been great."
- Frank Felice, Head Band Director, Little Elm HS
“Since my very first experience with PepWear back in 2017, it has been fantastic. Every order that I’ve placed has always been on time or early.”
-Gunnar Tietge, Santa Fe HS Choir Director
“It is my opinion that, after 23 years of working with independent companies that make apparel, PepWear is one of the finest - in delivering, and in the products that they make.”
-Paul Rosales, William James Middle School