by Christian Painchaud November 16, 2015

Atelier Taïga

Cleaning Up

We have been working on this update for a while. Taïga's website really needed a serious clean-up. Sorry about the mess. Now it is fixed and we hope that you will like the improvements. Our goal was to present all the information you need in a simple good looking way. Among other things, we created new pages for:

  • About Taïga. Learn more about our team, vision, mission, and values.
  • Size Chart. This one looks much better. The tables contain the latest and most accurate products sizes.
  • Pricing Page. Sublimation and Spot Sublimation products. Neat and simple.
  • About Sublimation Printing. Learn more about the printing process that allows you to create amazing ultimate jerseys.
  • Community. We added a page about Montreal's Ultimate Frisbee Community. We listed some organisations that you really should know about if you're interested in ultimate.

There's More

We're about to launch another super cool feature on our website. Stay tuned because creating your own jerseys will never be the same. If you want to be the first to know when it's ready, sign up here.




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