Team Apparel Program


Design Submission Requirements and Program Details

  • Team Apparel Program
    The Team Apparel Program is an opportunity for competitors to have team-branded apparel sold on our King of the Hammers online store! We produce your custom apparel and competitors receive $15 for each item sold. It’s that simple!

    New this year is an expansion of apparel! Customers will be able to choose from hoodies, mens, ladies, or children’s short sleeve t-shirts, or long sleeve unisex t-shirts!

    To participate in the Team Apparel Program, register for KOH 2024 and you’ll receive a link to upload your print-ready art or have our team create a custom design for you. We will sell your apparel on our web store until the 2025 KOH event logo is released! Check out the details below.

    About Your Art:
    Art design may be up to five colors.
    Art must be vector, 300 dpi or greater.
    Files accepted are: ai, psd, pdf, jpg, png, eps and svg.
    Final image maximum size is 11”x14”.
    Art is subject to approval by King of the Hammers.

    A $50 set-up fee applies to each team shirt.
    If selecting to have our printer design your apparel, a $50 art fee applies and includes original art for your apparel and two revisions.
    Additional revisions are $25 each.

    Merchandise is available in: short and long sleeve unisex t-shirts, ladies and children’s t-shirts and adult unisex hoodies.
    Production is five days after an item is purchased.
    Your merchandise will remain for sale on until the release of the 2025 KOH event logo.  If you would like your apparel removed, please email
    Competitors will receive $15 for each item sold with your art.
    Payments are mailed four times a year: October, January, April and July.
    To receive merchandise for Christmas or KOH, art must be submitted with final approval by December 1, 2023.
    Program subject to change without notice.
    Email with questions about the Team Apparel Program.

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    Registration consists of: USAC Competition or AMA license, waiver and registration. Every person in a race vehicle or hot pit (remote pits one and two) need a USAC license. One registration per race car, the co-driver does not need to register.