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Q&A

Prices available online at eastvalleysports.com may vary from those offered in store

How much will my decorated apparel cost?

Many factors affect the price of your custom apparel order: brand, quantity, and type of decoration. This makes giving standard prices difficult. If you are interested in receiving a quote, please contact us today!

How long will it take to get my order?

East Valley Sports makes every effort to get your order done in a timely manner. You can typically expect standard stock orders to be processed in approximately two weeks, although busy seasons may take longer. Delivery of custom uniforms varies by manufacturer. Please make us aware if you need an order by a certain deadline and we will work with you to find the best solution. Give us a call, stop by, or email us today to receive an estimate for turnaround time on your individual order.

How do I order custom apparel & equipment?

East Valley Sports values its relationships with customers and enjoys working with them one on one to deliver the best service and assure you get what you want when you want it. For this reason, we suggest stopping in to work with one of our sales associates. However, for your convenience we also offer ordering through EVS Ink if you wish to place an order for custom apparel online. You may also wish to take advantage of our manufacturer's links page to browse online catalogs and uniform builders page where you are able to design custom uniforms online via our manufacturer's websites. Please call us at 480.832.8172 or email us at info@eastvalleysports.com with any questions or to request a quote. 

Do you print on supplied garments?

Yes, however customer supplied garments are at the risk of the customer.  We are not able to guarantee printing on worn or washed items or apparel bought from outside sources.  Although we do not anticipate a decorating accident or error to occur, if said situation arises, we are unable to replace garments not supplied by us.  Outside garments are also subject to additional handling fees and up-charges. 

How do I care for my swim suit?

Arizona’s harsh conditions can cause swim suits to show wear within a couple of weeks. Taking great care of your suit will help prolong its life. Hot tubs can ruin your suit. Lycra is a very delicate fabric. As with any high performance product, including polyester, proper care will prolong the usable life of this garment. Take gentle care when putting on your swim wear. Do not pull hard; be careful that your fingers do not break the elastic. Once your Lycra product begins to relax, it will go on with greater ease. Remember, DO NOT machine wash your swim wear. Detergents will cause the color to fade more rapidly. To prevent damage from chlorine, chemicals, perspiration residue, shampoo/soap, and lotion, rinse your suit in cold water immediately after each use. After rinsing always hang dry your suit, do not leave it rolled up in a towel. Mildew can be damaging. Sitting and leaning up against rough surfaces such as cool decking and fencing can snag and put holes in your suit.

 How do I care for my goggles?

It’s best not to touch the inside of your goggles, to avoid leaving finger prints. Many swimmers unintentionally scratch and wipe off the protective coating on the inside when trying to clean. It’s better to handle your goggle lenses on the outer sides, to reduce the amount of finger prints to be cleaned off the front, as unintentional scratching can occur. After use, rinse goggles in cold fresh water and shake to dry. Rinsing off pool chemicals will help prolong the life of your goggles. Avoid leaving in direct sunlight for long periods of time. Do not leave in extreme temperatures, such as a hot care. If you need to clean your lenses, gently use a soft cloth for eye glasses after rinsing in cool fresh water and shaking to dry.   If your goggles become foggy, you can use a anti-fog solution. Or, as funny as this sounds, your tongue. Adjust your goggles properly. Straps that are not adjusted properly for fit/usage, can snap and break as a result. If pulled and stretched incorrectly, straps may break.

How do I Care for my Chamois:

Before unfolding or unrolling your chamois, immerse in water to prevent sticking and ripping.  Store chamois dry or damp in container in the refrigerator. 

 

 

 

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