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Basketball Uniforms - Cisco Uniform Review

Guest Author - Lori Collvins

If you have been looking for new basketball suits or other basketball related clothing, let me tell you about a manufacturer that I firmly believe in. Cisco Athletic has one of the best qualities of uniforms that I have seen. I am not normally immediately impressed with most products that I come across and even less so with the ones that I personally see, but when I received the uniform from Cisco, I have to tell you, I was definitely impressed.
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I have seen uniforms that were washed one time and looked like they had been around for years. Others, can be washed one time and immediately the lettering begins to peel and crack. I have washed and dried this uniform 20 times now and it still looks like it did the day I received it.

All of the uniforms and athletic wear made by Cisco are entirely customizable. Not only will they work with you on graphic designs but they will also add a few inches to the lengths of shorts or anything else you would like a little different.

Cisco’s prices are very competitive. Their customer service is outstanding and the quality will keep you team looking good for a very long time. I know it sounds like I am trying to do a sales pitch here but trust me, this company gets five stars all around from me. Check my other articles, you won’t see that comment on any of them. Cisco uniform front

Uniforms go through more wear and tear than average clothing does. Not just because of numerous washings weekly but also from falling, sliding, players from the other team grabbing them and good old fashion perspiration. If you are going to buy uniforms, think hard about it and invest a few extra dollars to pay for a better material and quality printing. It will cost less in the long run and you will be happier with the results. The uniform that I have from Cisco was printed with a process called sublimation. The printing is actually dyed into the fabric, so it will not crack or peel off, it can’t, it’s great and it is the only way to do printing on uniforms in my opinion.

When a players uniform looks sharp, they feel better and play better. It may only boost their confidence a tiny bit when they walk out on the court looking good, but it may be that tiny bit that helps win the game. I have played against teams that had great looking uniforms while we were wearing what looked like scrimmage suits. It is embarrassing and undermines your confidence from the start.

Even if you are looking for a gift for a basketball enthusiast, I would recommend checking out Cisco’s Basketball Uniforms . Cisco focuses on outfitting teams and won’t accept an order of less than 6 pieces; so see if you can get a group of 12 or more “enthusiasts” together to make the price right for you.

Basketball teams can’t go wrong with Cisco uniforms. They are made to be seen, they are made to be played in and they are made to last!

See you on the court!
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