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ADVANCE DESIGN TEMPLATE

AERO LS SKIN SUIT


COLLAR Legend
Cautionary Zone

Cut Line

Bleed Line

RIGHT LEFT
SIDE SIDE
PANEL PANEL

RIGHT LEFT
SLEEVE SLEEVE

FRONT PANEL

BACK PANEL

LEFT RIGHT
LEG LEG
PANEL PANEL

REAR PANEL

* IF INTERESTED IN CHANGING PRE- DYED FABRIC PANELS TO ANOTHER SOLID COLOR, PLEASE CONTACT JAKROO FOR CURRENT AVAILABLE COLORS.
* GRAPHICS CROSSING SEAMS ARE SUBJECT TO REVIEW BY JAKROO. PLEASE CONTACT JAKROO FOR FURTHER QUESTIONS REGARDING SEAM- CROSSING BEFORE FINALIZING ARTWORK.

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EASY DESIGN TEMPLATE

AERO LS SKIN SUIT

* JAKROO BRAND LOGOS REQUIRED ON ALL PRODUCTS. DO NOT REMOVE OR REPOSITION.


* IF INTERESTED IN CHANGING PRE- DYED FABRIC PANELS TO ANOTHER SOLID COLOR, PLEASE CONTACT JAKROO FOR CURRENT AVAILABLE COLORS.
* GRAPHICS CROSSING SEAMS ARE SUBJECT TO REVIEW BY JAKROO. PLEASE CONTACT JAKROO FOR FURTHER QUESTIONS REGARDING SEAM- CROSSING BEFORE FINALIZING ARTWORK.

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ART SPECIFICATIONS

A break down of what Jakroo needs when it comes to Art…

Graphics and logos are usually designed in one of two ways: VECTOR and RASTER

Vector Artwork is designed by plotting points on X/Y coordinates and connecting those points
together. Most professional designers create logos in vector for one main reason — they can be
re-sized without pixelating. This sample of the Jakroo logo, to the left, shows a logo created in
vector format. This logo can be enlarged to any size and the lines will always be crisp and sharp.

Raster Artwork is generated by creating a grid of tiny pixels on your computer screen and filling
each one of those pixels with a specific color. The pixels are small enough that our eye doesn’t
see them as pixels. Raster artwork is created by using a raster-based software, such as
Photoshop, which is composed of thousands of little pixels. When our designers try to scale the
logo to a larger size, those little pixels become big pixels, therefore resulting in a blurry image.
The sample of the Jakroo logo, to the right, will give you an idea as to how the logo will appear if
our designers enlarge raster images. Jakroo can’t guarantee the clarity of your artwork if raster
images are being used.

CUT LINES
All JAKROO design templates have cut lines displayed within the template. The cut lines are
Bleed Line
marked as the red dotted lines. Similar to a "safe print area" in printing, any graphics that are
beyond these cut lines are likely to disappear when sewn.
Cut Line

We recommend that foreground art (logos, texts, etc.) not exceed these cut lines. Background art
(design elements, backgrounds, etc.) can and should extend beyond these cut lines.

CAUTIONARY ZONES
Cautionary Zones represent the areas on the design templates that are at risk of getting distorted,
folded or sewn up during the production process. These zones are generally found on the template
where zippers and elastic is being placed. We strongly advise not to place any foreground art in
these zones. JAKROO will not be liable for any lost or distorted artwork in these areas.

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ART SPECIFICATIONS

What type of graphics you should send in?


VECTOR, VECTOR, VECTOR! WE LOVE VECTOR GRAPHICS
- Artwork/Logos created in Adobe Illustrator, Freehand or Corel Draw are classified as vector (.ai or .eps).
- If your team is using logos from a sponsor or company, please request vector graphics (.ai or .eps). Most companies will
have the artwork in a vector file format.
- FOR DESIGNERS: Please make sure all your fonts are converted into paths.

Have a PDF file and you’re not sure if its Vector or Raster?
- It’s about a 50-50 gamble. Some PDF files might appear to be Vector art, but in reality, they are Raster. Your best bet to
finding out if your PDF file is vector or raster is to just send it to us at: customdesign@jakroousa.com

JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF files


- JPEG, GIF, PNG or TIFF files are classified as low-resolution images and typically should not be used. Jakroo tries to
avoid using these if at all possible. These files will not allow us to manipulate them, such as scaling the image up without
losing clarity. Our designers will not be able to adjust the colors or take elements away from these files to design with.

- On some occasions our designers can work with PNG or TIFF files as long as they are saved out at 100% the size you
would like them to appear, with 150 DPI (dots per inch) or greater (same as Photoshop documents). Jakroo would also
request that PNG or TIFF files have a transparent background so the designers can eliminate the white box that
surrounds the file. The designers will still be limited with what they can customize with these graphics, but should be able
to print them as they appear on your screen. If you are concerned about your logos being acceptable please let us know.

Need help with logo and artwork re-draws?


- If you can not provide Jakroo with proper vector files, or high enough resolution raster image(s), our professional
designers can create the artwork or logo by re-drawing them. There will likely be extra costs associated to re-create a
design or logo for you. Jakroo will provide you with a price quote before any art time has started. Email us:
customdesign@jakroousa.com

Registered, Trademarked, and Copyright images (® ™ ©)


- It is illegal to use any Copyrighted or Trademarked images without permission. Jakroo will request that you have proper
approval from any company or corporation if you are requesting their images/logos on your apparel. Once the approval
form is signed, you will be taking full responsibility for the use of the images on your apparel.

How should you select colors for your custom apparel?


- The Pantone® Matching System is a standardized method of describing colors. It is important to note that colors may
look different on your screen when compared with actual Pantone color swatches. This can be due to the backlight on
screens, screen calibration and/or the RGB method of creating color on screens.

- For true Pantone colors, we suggest referring to an actual Pantone Coated Color Swatch Book. Sublimated colors may
appear slightly muted when compared to Pantone color swatches. Fabric tends to soak up light compared with the
reflective nature of glossy paper.

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