Usually Threadless only releases shirts on Monday. However, it seems that this week is a bonus, as we get nine “Foolishly under-scored and over-looked” shirts for $15 each. Also, it looks like they’re clearing out their stock of shirts printed on Fruit of the Loom. You can pick these old shirts up for only $5.
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Due to server downtime, Threadless has extended their sale until March 26th, which means next Monday’s tees will be on sale as well. Also, if you’re putting in an order over $50, use the code “spring08″ for $5 off.
Also, I’d like to thank everybody for helping me become one of the top 10 STP earners (8th place) on Threadless. I view it as an accomplishment. So thanks!
And lastly, after the sale ends, remember Threadless Coupon to save some money.
So because of the launch of their Custom tees, Threadless is back on my list of sites to watch. I haven’t actually received any of Threadless’ new shirts, so I ask you, my readers: How are the new Custom shirts? Are they comfortable? Do they fit like American Apparel, or differently? Let me know in a comment.
Now for my two favorites from this week…
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Today marks the official release of Threadless’ brand new line of Custom Tees. No more will Threadless devotees be forced to wear the uncomfortable (I think) Fruit of the Loom tees. The new custom tees are soft and somewhat similar to American Apparel shirts from what I’ve heard. I’ll definitely be ordering some to check them out.
Also, today marks the release of a new pricing structure. Shirts will now be priced based on the techniques used on them, so it can vary from shirt to shirt. It appears the standard is $17, with some ranging up to $20. They’ve also released four new sizes. You can check out the brand new size chart.
I’m quite happy about this news, as it got to the point where I simply wouldn’t buy Threadless shirts because they were printed on Fruit of the Loom. Now I can revive my Threadless addiction, whether that’s good or bad is still to be seen.
It’s a funky take on Godzilla. Buy it. I wish it was printed on their new custom shirts though.
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I Wish I Were
Genius design from Ian Leino. I haven’t been impressed with Threadless’ offerings lately, but this is one that will bring me back (or will at least get a purchase out of me).
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Yeah…I posted about two mainstream competitions in a row, so maybe you’re getting bored – but – I like both these shirts (this and the DBH one), so I think they’re worth mentioning. I just wish Threadless had printed this on their new custom tees, and not those FOTL 50/50s that I hate.
Remember to use that Threadless Code for $3 off (as soon as they start working again).
Be A Panda – Threadless
Lately, there haven’t been too many Threadless designs that I had any interest in. Thankfully, Be A Panda breaks that trend – it’s definitely one of my favorite designs from the past couple months.
Sorry, a bit of shameless self promotion here. I’m selling off a bunch of extra Threadless gift certificates I have sitting around. While, I wish I could be as generous as Karl over at tcritic and give them away for free (well, for submitting t-shirt news), I could use the money. That being said, I think my prices are pretty good.
Prices are $18.75 for a $25 gift certificate.
$37.50 for a $50 gift certificate.
$75.00 for a $100 gift certificate.
I’m also selling a bunch of guy’s medium Threadless shirts at this post.
I guess I’m a little late, but I really like this week’s new Select t-shirt from Threadless, entitled Me. Vs. Me. Because it’s a Select, it’s printed on American Apparel and sells for $25.
Me Vs. Me – Threadless
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