Sporting Event T-Shirt Designs And Clipart
Dirty Girls by Heather Slater - about 1 year ago
Hantis USA creators singing "City of Hantis" by Hantis USA - about 1 year ago
Ironman Support Crew by Amy - about 1 year ago
FTC Strong by FTC Strong - about 1 year ago
"We needed team shirts for the Firebreather race, a10K terrain race with obstacles and two timed workouts in the middle of the race. We loved our customink shirts. They looked great, washed up well after all the mud and dirt, and the bright color made it easy to pick each other out in the woods."
Two thumbs up! by Akeighley - about 1 year ago
"This is a tank top I custom designed for my team, the Funky Femmes, for the upcoming Diva Dash (Marshfield, MA on Sept 7). There is not one complaint I can come up with for Custom Ink! Easy design interface, great prices, phenomenal customer service (a rep actually contacted me on how I could save $100, and I did!), great turn around time, and most of all...amazing quality of the final product. A++ for Custom Ink!! Thank you!!"
We are Warriors! by Catherine - about 1 year ago
ROC Race 2013 by The Fast, The Slow, and The Winded - about 1 year ago
"The ROC Race (Ridiculous Obstacle Course) came to Washington, D.C. My friends and I decided to order T-shirts to get into the spirit of the race. I went to your site and quickly found the perfect graphic and font I wanted to use for our team name, "The Fast, The Slow, and The Winded." I was surprised at how quickly the proof came back, with a couple of tweaks to make the shirts better. The shirts were delivered on the date, as promised, and looked PERFECT! I will highly recommended CustomInk to anyone looking to create a shirt! "
El Segundo Warriors Cricket Team by Nitin - about 1 year ago
2013 Ruby Mountain Relay Finish Line by Team One in 50 - about 1 year ago
"Northern Nevada Autism Network's Team One in 50 - named after the CDC's current autism rate celebrates at the finish line after the 184 mile relay through the Ruby Mountains. The Custom Ink shirts were easy to design and order. The shirts were comfy and good for running. Running a relay is a lot like living with autism a lot shorter, but similar. Success depends on awareness, preparedness, team support at every mile, and the flexibility to run when you thought it was your turn to rest."