Starsub is the official garment supplier to the Old Xaverians Football Club.

Starsub is a premium manufacturer of clothing for the sports, school and corporate wear markets. We are a wholesaler and do not deal direct with end users. Minimum orders start from 15 garments with 2 week production turnarounds (Express Service).

Starsub is Australia's first truly European dye sublimation clothing manufacturer utilising only Italian Ink and Dutch transfer paper through our state of the art large format printers. We've also invested heavily in colour profiling to ensure their are no issues producing reprints months apart. 

Sublimation is a production process whereby ink is turned into a gas as it passes through a heat press and bonds with polyester fibres. 300dpi full photographic resolution can be achieved and legibility down to 6pt text. Essentially, anything that can be done on a printed page can be done with sublimation

Our fabric is made locally as we produce garments from the ground up and can be tailored to any shape size or pattern. The reason we only use Australian made fabric is because of independent CSIRO testing proving that only Oz made fabric offered unrivalled durability, feel and fit. The core reason though is that we can unequivocally guarantee NO carcinogenic chemicals are used at our dye house (all fabric is dyed white, wick treated [breathability] with soil release agents. Offering peace of mind. 

Garments include: Polo's, Tees, Singlets, Track tops, Hoodies and on-field garments for Aussie Rules, Cricket, Netball, Basketball, Tennis, Baseball, Golf, Hockey, Bowls, Ten Pin Bowling - basically any sport.

We also have a dedicated R&D Fabric division and we've produced a large range of sight unseen fabrics here in Australia that improve performance and focuses on feel and wear in warmer climates for instance. We've developed a 400gsm triple brushed poly fleece that has no peer with respect to weight, warmth and printability. We've also recently designed a 100 micron super lightweight eyelet mesh.



Jeremy Heffernan