Welcome to Trail Decals!
Why Trail Decals Was Created
Like many other people out there, we were sick and tired of buying cheap decals that only last for a few months at a time. After some quick research, we discovered the reason why decals were not lasting as long as they should be. The problem is that they were made out of cheap vinyl that is meant for indoor use only. In an effort to cut costs, and provide decals at a dirt cheap price, many companies switched to this inferior vinyl.
We decided it was time for a change! And that is when Trail Decals was created. We set out on a mission to make high quality vinyl decals that would hold up to the riggers of the trail.
Quality of Our Decals
So you are probably wondering how good our decals really are. We only use the best quality vinyl available. We use automotive vinyl which is actually designed to be used outdoors and is rated to last for 8+ years. This means no fading, cracking, peeling, shrinking, or getting ripped of by tree branches on the trail! The quality of the vinyl that we use is just one of the many things that sets us apart from the competition. All of our decals are made to order which means we will not make a decal until the order has been placed. This means you will get a fresh decal that has not been sitting in a musty basement for 2 years. We are proud to say that all of our decals are handmade right here in the USA!
About Me, The Owner
Hi, name is Ryan and I am the founder and owner of Trail Decals. I am 20 years old and I am currently attending The University of Scranton . Yes, college does cost a ton of money, which is exactly why I started Trail Decals. All the revenue I make selling decals goes towards my college tuition. I would just like to say thank you for taking the time to read about my business and thank you in advanced for your support.
For as long as I can remember I had wanted a Jeep. I got my first job when I was just 12 years old and started saving money for one. When I was 16, I ended up finding the Jeep I would call mine. It had a few small problems like a rusty frame (all jeep owners know how easily the frames rust) but it was nothing that could't be fixed. People always ask me why I bought a Jeep, or why I put so much money into it, or why I like to go off-roading. I tell them this, "It's a Jeep thing, you wouldn't understand". For all you fellow jeepers and off-roaders, you know exactly what I'm talking about. Owning a Jeep is much more then simply owning a car, owning a Jeep is a way of life.