Forest City Portage
A man and his machines.
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FAQ

FAQ

 
 

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How do I get in touch about wholesale?

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Please send all wholesale inquiries to m.hudecek@fcportage.com

 

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What colors do you stock for custom orders?

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Because we do so many custom jobs at Forest City Portage, we try to keep a wide variety of colors and materials on hand. If we don't currently have the one you are looking for in stock we will be happy to order it if it is available through one of our regular suppliers. Limited run colors and waxed canvas custom colors will incur a fee due to increased shipping and processing fees incurred by FCP.

 

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How much will my custom bag cost?

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Unfortunately, we can't answer that without hearing more about your dream bag. But, shoot us an email  or fill out our custom order inquiry form with as much of the nitty-gritty details as possible and I will get back to you ASAP with a number. Remember to think about things such as thread color, trim, and which shoulder you ride with. Note, every custom bag receives a free half hour of design consultation. After that, there is a $40/hr charge. I encourage you to gather your thoughts and come in with a plan. 

 

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What are my options for customization?

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We have three basic customization options. 1. Custom Colors- stock bags, with stock features and special colors just for you: FREE. 2. Custom Flap Designs- Stock bags, with stock features, but special colors and custom applique designs: starts at $15. 3. Custom Features: Stock bags with special features and colors, w or w/o a custom applique: starts at $10. 4. Full Custom: We build you a new design from spec or based on some bags you want to integrate pieces of: starts at $150.

 

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Can you do screen printing?

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Forest City Portage doesn't do any screen printing in house, but we have used 3rd parties to do the screening for us. Screen Printing is a great option for more detailed designs and batch orders but can be costly for single bags due to high set up costs. Anyone who has ever ordered t-shirts knows what I'm talking about. I recommend heat pressed vinyl in its stay in single-color or simple, multi-colored applications.