For one week, Threadless has slashed the prices on tons of stuff, with tees from just $5. This means that for you, t-shirt fans, things are pretty awesome. I just wish Threadless hadn’t made their shipping charges so high.
Check out the sale! Also, expect more coverage when I’m not so rushed for time.
Today marks the beginning of Threadless’ annual holiday sale. You can pick up tons of Threadless shirts starting at the low price of $5. The standard discount seems to be from $18 to $15, which is nice given their new pricing structure. Still, I find myself yearning for the days when a sale meant newly released shirts for only $12.
I just featured the badasswolfshirt from Anti-Clothes, so here’s another bad ass wolf shirt, just with a slightly different style. It’s called Rad-Fang, and it is indeed very rad. This one is going into my shopping cart. It’ll run you $25 over at Threadless. Remember about Threadless coupons.
PS. What do you guys think of Threadless’ decision to split their line up into 3 sites? Love it? Hate it? Don’t care? Let me know in a comment.
Hopefully I don’t have to eat my words, but I’ve heard from a few sources that a Threadless sale will be starting tomorrow. This usually means really good designs for really cheap. Plus the new shirts they print on are awesome.
You can bring the cost down another $3 with a coupon.
Threadless is having a huge summer sale. Tons of new shirts at awesome prices ($10). Definitely check it out. They’ve even reprinted some of my favorites. I’m definitely picking up Funkalicious (I already own it, but now I have the chance to get it on American Apparel). Check it out!
While not technically t-shirts, since it’s related to Threadless, I’m going to bring this up anyway. As of today, Threadless has started selling limited edition (runs of 250) prints of popular designs. They’ll be releasing 3 every week along with the usual batch of shirts. While none of them pique my interest this week, I think it’s a great idea, and I’m looking forward to some of my favorite designs getting made into prints. Now, since this is a t-shirt blog, here are some shirts from this week that I like.
No, you can’t come… You are a mere pawn – Threadless
Training For Utopia – Threadless
Rejoice, Pessimistic or Optomistic? has been reprinted at Threadless. Pick up the reprint, now printed on a Threadless Custom Tee, and remember to use a coupon.
There’s really just one Threadless shirt I like this week, and it’s not even one of the new ones – it’s the reprint of Eclipse!. I think this shirt came out during one of their sales, so it sold out lightning fast. Thankfully, now it’s back, and printed on one of Threadless’ custom tees, which, by the way, are head and shoulders above the old Fruit of the Loom shirts they used to use.
They fit perfectly, at least on me, and are actually comfortable and not constricted to the shape of a box. I’m exceedingly happy Threadless decided to make the switch. So yeah, buy Eclipse!, because not only is it a good design, it’s printed on a good shirt.
Also, save $3 by using a Threadless coupon.
This week is quite good for Threadless shirts. They reprinted a design that I’ve long wanted, as well as coming out with a great new one.
First, the one I wanted reprinted. Ever since I joined Threadless, I’ve been wishing they would reprint their Ctrl + Z shirt. Today, they did. That makes me happy.
Also this week, they released a new shirt that I really like, being Greek Mixology. The idea for this one is perfect, I just hope people will understand it without seeing the title.
Lastly, I figure I should mention this weeks super limited, super expensive shirt, entitled Decapitated Doomsday. It’s not really my cup of tee, but the concept of a unique (each one is individually dipped in dye), limited Threadless shirt is pretty cool.
Remember your Threadless coupon.