- The original Flyers' jersey design was meant to represent speed. The stripe down each shoulder and down the arms meant to represent wings.
- Heavy weight polyester knitted fabric with pinholes for breathability
- Double Elbows
- Double Shoulders
- Price includes one colour imprint at one location
PHILADELPHIA - PHI324/325B: This Philidelphia Flyers pattern jersey is a nod to the 1982 redesign. The jersey has had a similar design for quite some time with only minor changes. Aside from the thicker jersey, the only major differences in the pattern are the extra black lines. Also, a pinstripe (black for the white jersey, orange for the dark) was added to the bottom of each sleeve. This design was used until the end of the 2006–07 season.
PHILADELPHIA 3RD BLACK - PHI624B: The Flyers unveiled a black third jersey that was similar in design to their second-generation jerseys during the 1997–98 season. During the 2000 Stanley Cup playoffs, the black jersey became the primary dark jersey with the orange jersey being retired after the 2000–01 season.
2011 PHILADELPHIA - PHI524/525B: The Flyers unveiled a new orange third jersey based on their 1973–74 jerseys during the 2008–09 season. The orange jersey replaced the black jerseys as the primary home jersey during the 2009 Stanley Cup playoffs. The team wore the 1973–74 white jersey – reverse of their orange home uniform – at the 2010 NHL Winter Classic. For the 2010–11 season, the Winter Classic jersey was adopted as the team's primary road jersey and the team's alternate black jersey was retired.
2012 PHILADELPHIA WINTER CLASSIC ORANGE - PHI526B: In January 2012, for their second Winter Classic appearance, the Flyers wore a traditional sweater design in orange with cream and black trim. It also contained a neck tie string which no other Flyers jersey has had before it. This design was later adopted as a third jersey for the 2014–15 season.
Pro series hockey jerseys are the highest quality customizable jerseys available. It comes in adult sizes small through 4XL (Goalie Cut) and also in youth sizes. Pro series hockey jerseys are the best way to have your team looking great with custom print on the front and personalized names and numbers on the back.
Best Decorating Process
Best suited for screen printing, embroidery or transfers
For Custom Name add $10.00 each.
For Stock Numbers add $5.00 each.
Estimated Production Time
Production time is 7-10 business days from receiving final artwork (may be up to 3 weeks depending on stock availability).
Our goal is to use your art file to create the best print possible.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll help answer your design questions.
Standard Pantone Colours
Please provide us with PMS# (solid coated). We can match an exact ink for an additional fee.
Please always include at least 0.25" bleed on all sides.
Sending Us Your File
Send us your design as a vector file or a high-quality image file. We'll accept any of the file types below:
Adobe Illustrator Files .ai
• Illustrator files are vector - top quality.
• Please convert all fonts (type) to outline.
• Save the file as .EPS for maximum compatibility
Adobe Photoshop Files .psd
• Keep file size below 6MB if possible.
• Photoshop files are best at 300 DPI or higher.
• Send the .psd file with Layers.
Corel Draw Files .cdr
• Corel Draw files are great!
• Be sure to convert all fonts (type) to outlines.
Image Files .jpg or .png
• Image files need to be high quality.
• Save the image as 300 DPI at actual print size.
• Save your file as a PDF to reduce file size.
• Only have a Word Document of your artwork?
Send us a PDF and we'll help recreate the design.
We recommend that you or your graphic designer supply us with art that is ready to print.
If you can't supply a high resolution file, our Art Department staff will help re-create at $30 per half an hour.
What is a Vector file?
Vector files use lines, curves and shapes to create an image based on mathematical formulas.
Advantage of Vector:
Vector designs can be enlarged without getting pixelated or blurry.
Disadvantage of Vector:
Photographs and images usually can't be vectorized. Vector is best for shapes and text.
Which programs use Vector?
Adobe Illustrator and Corel Draw are two popular vector art programs.
Common Vector Problem: Missing Font
If you are using a rare font, send us the font file (.ttf) with your vector design file (.ai .cdr)
Alternatively, send us a copy of your file with all fonts converted to curves (outlined).
Be sure to save the original under a different name in case you want to edit the text later on.
What is a Raster file?
Raster files use pixels to display an image.
Advantage of Raster:
Raster files are good for photographs.
It can print well when you set your image size and quality high.
Disadvantage of Raster:
Raster files can look blurry when enlarged. Be sure to save at high quality from the start.
Which programs use Raster?
Adobe Photoshop is a popular raster program. Most images online are raster files as well.
Common Raster Problem: Low Quality Image
Solution 1: Send a Higher Quality Image
When creating a new document in Photoshop, select Image > Image Size and set the quality to 300 DPI. Note that enlarging a low quality jpg will not increase the quality.
Once you have a higher quality image, send it to us!
Solution 2: Hire our Designer
For $30 per half hour, one of our Graphic Designers will help re-create your design.
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