Mum reveals Nike hack to save £100 on designer clothes

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A mum is saving money on clothes for her teenage son by printing Nike and North Face logos on Primark t-shirts to create perfect dupes.

Kat Burman, 37, doesn’t see the point of spending a lot of money on sports equipment when her son “only cares about playing football and running with his friends”.

The beautician got a £300 Cricut machine – which does iron on designs – and decided to use it on her son’s wardrobe.

She makes Nike ticks and logos and irons them onto £2.50 Primark t-shirts, as well as her plain PE bag.

Savvy Kat also used the hack to transform a real Nike coat, covering a pink logo – the only one in stock – with a white pattern.

Kat Burman prints Nike and North Face logos on £2.50 Primark t-shirts. Image: SWNS

She got the idea after using the kit to decorate face masks, so started doing it on clothes this summer vacation.

Kat said: “There’s no point buying expensive branded goods when all my son cares about is playing football and running with his friends – his clothes don’t last long.

“Honestly, no one can tell the difference and he loves them.

“The coat is actually Nike but they only had one with a pink tick in stock so I printed on the pink with white.”

Her teenage son also has ADHD, which makes him more particular about fabrics and “tags” on clothes, she said.

She learned to use the equipment using YouTube.

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