The sublimation process is more complicated than standard printing, true, but it's worth the hassle! The upside is that it is so much more long-lasting than print. The downside is that it can be applied only on synthetic materials.

Sublimation isn't really a printing process, it's like fabric dyeing. What's the difference? Print is a layer of paint stuck onto a fabric, it gets washed off in time, it fades - however this is how most tactical webbing is patterned. The sublimation dye fuses with the top layer of webbing fibers and stays there for good, it won't fade and would only be removed by scrubbing the dyed fibers off.

Obviously we won't be making the genuine camouflage webbing in this process - patterns are licenced by their designers, but will use none-copyright designs to provide a wide range of colours and patterns.

Some DIY tips? To make these you'd need raw synthetic webbing of tight weave, sublimation printer and dyes, sublimation heat press, and a digital program to work on.