You can learn everything about our ethical and ecological approach on the sustainable clothing manufacturers page. To summarize, 95% of our workforce works for more than the national minimum wage, we buy certified organic and recycled yarns (GOTS and GRS) and whenever we can, we use sustainable fabric colouring methods.
We are able to achieve faster turnaround times because we source only 25% of our fabrics. We make the rest in our clothing factory. If you are interested in clothes for sports like basketball, football and the like, visit our sportswear page.
Expert-Made Technical Activewear
With us, you will be able to give your customers the best fit and best performing technical sportswear/gym clothing for three reasons:
- We are a custom clothing manufacturer and we always start from scratch when it comes to our clients’ clothes
- We have machines and experts that truly offer full customization
- Since 2005, we’ve helped many sports experts build their clothes exactly how they want them
Making bespoke sportswear has been our MO ever since 2005. In fact, custom activewear was 95% of our production up until 2020 and the cursed pandemic. Every piece of sportswear you can see on our website is custom-made, even a seemingly plain-looking t-shirt.
Custom Fabrics Professionals
We have an award-winning textile expert in our ranks – mr Milovan Ristić. In the glory days of the textile industry in our country, Milovan was awarded the Golden Doe award twice. Both times for innovation in circular knitting (these awards were like the Oscars of the textile industry in former Yugoslavia). Due to his expertise, we’re able to create and recreate almost any knitting pattern our clients ask us to.
He is the man behind our BeeDry fabric designed to bring top moisture wicking properties at half the weight of regular activewear fabric.
Keep in mind that we only work with circular knitting machines so Milovan won’t be able to help you if you need seamless clothing, which is made with different machines, the ones we are yet to buy.
Activewear Manufacturers Case Study
The best example of our custom clothing cooperation is presented in ourBelgrade Running Club case study.
That’s where you’ll learn how local running experts helped us fine-tune their clothing line to perfection.
FUSH˚ Activewear Manufacturers: One-Stop-Shop for All Your Brand’s Needs
When you choose us as your activewear manufacturers, you get the entire production process done in our 2 factories in Serbia. That translates to faster turnaround and higher quality. Take a
virtual tour through our facility in Oraovica.
Let’s see what exactly is that entire production process:
- Design (optional)
- Pattern cutting and grading
- Printing (dye sublimation, digital, heat transfer, screen printing – all optional)
- Sewing and embroidery
- Quality control and packing
- Delivery (we deliver orders with our trucks and vans for most orders in Europe*)
- Consultation from our account managers throughout the process
In addition to various sportswear and activewear, we also make athleisure and many sorts of
*Svalbard and other remote islands/other difficult-to-reach settlements are not included. Orders from such areas will be handled by external delivery service providers.
Machines that Ensure Perfect Custom Activewear
In our case, the list starts with the circular knitting machines. With them, we are able to customize the fabrics to perfection. We can tweak their GSM value (gram per square meter) or make variations to standard knitting patterns. Some of those include: interlock, single jersey, 2-thread fleece, french terry, rib, milano rib, ottoman, bird’s eye.
To ensure your products don’t cause chafing, your clothing manufacturer should use flatlock sewing machines. Without them, flat seams are impossible to make. And without flat seams, there’s no seamless feel to your activewear. Naturally, there are dozens of these machines in our factories.
And as far as customization goes, it is very important to have dye-sublimation printers and calenders. With these machines, a lot of design solutions can be printed on paper and then transferred to the fabric. The result is fantastic colours very resistant to machine washing.
Not only that FUSH˚ factories have enough printers and calenders to carry these operations out, but we were also the first company in Europe to test Epson’s then-prototype SureColor SC-F9400H. That’s a printer that uses fluorescent inks (this wasn’t possible until early 2020).
That’s a wrap! Below you’ll find the answers to the most common questions. If you need more information from us fill out the super-brief contact form at the bottom of the page.