Our Team


Be your Passion!

Our team at KGS Artwear is an apparel company built first with passion and spirit, then with material and graphics. The iconic interests portrayed in our apparel lines represent passions that bridge both cultural and economic boundaries, as well as diverse lifestyles. Our team here at KGS ARTWEAR has experienced these diversities while building KGS ARTWEAR products, but when we all work towards a common goal, our own personal preferences make way for the unity created while building cooler sportswear for the people. We hope you enjoy being your passion as much as we enjoy creating it!

Our Team Photo Shoot

We Care About Our Environment!

Football fields, Soccer fields, baseball outfields, golf greens, basketball…Uh, basketball….well, uh, the point is that sports are dependent on green. Heck, we’re ALL dependent on green! The Dye Sublimation print process is a very “Green Friendly” process that uses water based ink and recycled/recycle-able paper. No harmful chemicals, dyes or excessive water usage is needed for the process.

Solvent based inks generally fall into one of three categories — traditional, full solvent inks, mild/light eco-solvent inks, and bio-solvent inks.  Although the aggressiveness of different types of solvent used varies greatly in each of these, the common denominator is…solvent.

When trying to determine the relative severity of the environmental and/or health impact of the solvent ink you are considering using, investigate the following:

  1. Does the product contain chemicals that are listed as hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) or toxic air pollutants (TAPs)?
  2. Does the product contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs)?
  3. Does the product or any of its ingredients have a personal exposure limit (PEL) established for it by OSHA?
  4. Ask for the MSDS fact sheets from the manufacturer, and verify whether any of the chemicals identified are on well recognized “watch lists” with organizations such as OSHA, the EPA, or California’s Proposition 65.

In most cases, there are alternative approaches to achieving the quality and effect your customers are looking for. When considering which alternative technologies to implement in your operation, we recommend you compare data to see how each performs against a variety of criteria, such as:

Green = Meets Criteria; Yellow = Does Not Meet Criteria