Free Pantone colour chart that lists references for the universal method for matching colour to encourage consistency. It is not an entirely perfect method of ensuring print and fabric colour is exact, it works well. We can also colour match against a colour created on another surface – for example a business card as colours are interpreted differently on different surfaces.
We use Pantone Coated colour references as a universal language for colour for our bags. Whilst this is not a perfect method of ensuring print and fabric colour, it works well within reason.
We always recommend asking for a test print sample or a bag pre-production sample to ensure we have matched to your colour perfectly.
Please feel free to download our free Pantone chart.
Use this handy guide to either select colour range required for print or fabric, or use the search function to find your required Pantone reference. When using search function in PDF – just search for the number eg 425 (Ctrl+F on a PC). Please note this is only intended as a guide and does not substitute for a physical Pantone colour reference book or any of the the associated tools supplied by Pantone. You can find more about Pantone Colour guides and colour matching systems here at Pantone central.
You can buy Pantone books from the following sites.