As I was slowly (and not very surely) going through my troundup emails, I came across this brand, Roamers Clothing. The line is made up of three partners–from Kansas City, New York City, and Miami respectively. They’ve only got four designs currently, but I can already tell that I’m going to be a fan of them going forward. I chose this one, a parody of the New York Times logo, as my favorite. I like the play on words, and I like commemorating good times. Hence, I like this tee.
You can pick the design up from Roamers Clothing for $25.99. All US customers get free shipping, which makes deal a little sweeter. I recommend you check out their other designs as well, as I enjoyed all of them–especially the James Bond themed shirt.
Although I don’t follow comics that much, I assume Comic-Con is coming up in the near future. To celebrate, Threadless released some awesome comic themed shirts, that should appeal to both comic lovers and the broader populace. As I said, I’m not a huge comic fan, but I do dig these releases. They’ve also made it possible to buy the four main designs in a discounted 4-pack, which is pretty cool (and not something they do that often). The t-shirt in the top right is definitely my favorite.
You can pick up the 4-pack for $74, or you can buy the individual t-shirts for standard Threadless prices ($20). I will keep you updated if any Threadless coupon codes pop up. I don’t think there are any active codes currently, but I will definitely keep my eyes peeled.
My contact over at Busted Tees asked me to let you know about a bunch of new additions to their clearance t-shirt list. When a shirt goes on clearance, you can snag it for the frugal-person attracting price of only $10.00. Of the new additions, my favorite design is definitely the Big Lebowski inspired “Jesus” t-shirt, which features everyone’s favorite obnoxiously competitive bowler. Getting that tee for only $10 is too good of a deal to pass up.
You can find the Big Lebowski t-shirt here, and you should also check out the rest of the clearance section. As I said, there are 16 new additions, as well as a bunch of designs that have already been on clearance. Let your penny-pinching side have some fun.
Andy turned me on to the TShirt subreddit over at Reddit a short time ago, and I agree with him that it’s a pretty cool thing to try to grow. I have finally signed up, and will be posting any cool t-shirt related stuff I find, as well as my favorite t-shirts that I post here. I invite you to check it out, and start submitting stuff yourself. There’s already a small, but solid community, and with the addition of more t-shirt fans we can grow it into something cool. I hope to see you commenting and submitting links over there (and here too!).
P.S. Maybe you’ve noticed the new social boxes in the sidebar (to the right). I would love any “social liking” you could throw troundup’s way. I’m making an effort to grow that part of the site.
If you’ve read this blog for a decent amount of time, you probably know that I love Fullbleed (and open every Fullbleed post with this little tidbit). I wanted to share this great tee, Rough Flight, from Rob’s newest series of designs. I like the colors of the tee, and the message is also pretty cool. While I do sometimes feel like the face on the t-shirt after a long flight, I think the message is a little broader (like…life, and stuff…). I dig it.
You can pick up this great design for $18.00 from the Fullbleed store. As with all Fullbleed designs, it’s printed on an American Apparel t-shirt blank.
I was browsing around Crazy Dog Shirts’ selection today when I came across this tee, right in time for Halloween. I think it’s a pretty witty and humorous shirt. On the front it reads, “Ask Me About my Zombie Disguise”, but when flipped, you become a full-fledged zombie (brain eating and all). I think this shirt is pretty rad because very few people are going to predict what happens after they pop you the question. Plus, you get to show off those rock hard abs (always a bonus).
Anyway, grab this one before Halloween so you can wear it around town and get some laughs. It will only cost you $16.99 over at Crazy Dog T-Shirts.
I always enjoy Glennz t-shirts, but this one made me laugh and resonated with how my life has been the past few days: a caffeine fueled binge of annoying group projects. It’s funny because of how accurate it is (coffee bong aside…). Whelp, I can’t spend any more time writing this post–I’ve gotta go get some caffeine and get to work!
You can grab this design for $18.95 from Glennz. Check out all his stuff while you’re at it–he has some great designs.
Threadless recently challenged their fans to collectively rate 500,000 designs in a three day period. If the fans rated enough, they got a $10 tee sale. Well…I’m happy to say that us Threadless fans more than doubled that figure in under two days! We shattered Threadless’ goal, and therefore we get a $10 Threadless t-shirt sale. All t-shirts at Threadless are only $10 until October 11th. You can also get free shipping on orders over $60, which will save you even more. This is another great opportunity to stock up on some awesome Threadless tees. Heck, is it early enough to start shopping for Christmas? Knock out those gifts early.
To sum up, Threadless is running a $10 t-shirt sale until October 11th. I think that, as usual, they deactivated all Threadless coupons during the sale. Still, it might be worth checking to see if any are working–I know they had a bunch of $5 one-time use codes. I’ll try to get them added to the list if I find any.
Get shopping, and be sure to thank Threadless for running so many discounts lately. It’s been quite awesome.
I want to buy this t-shirt mainly for the almost guaranteed huge number of double-takes it would generate. The t-shirt looks very much like the iconic Che Guevara t-shirt, until you notice that powerful ‘stache. Then you’re like, “Tom Selleck, WTF mate?” Hilarity ensues. This shirt is just too goddamn ridiculous and funny not to post.
You can grab the design for $24.00 from the Headline Shirts store. It’s printed on their own Vintage blend t-shirt. As with all the other Headline Shirts tees I post, be sure to read the description. They’re usually pretty fun. Now go out and show your love for this Magnum P.I. revolutionary.
Over the past few weeks I’ve gotten really into Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (often shortened to Art in the Age). I’ve featured them in the past, but I never realized they were located in Philadelphia and have a flagship retail store here (which I will be going to soon). They just do a ton of cool stuff, my favorite being their crazy awesome organic and historical liqueurs (a big part of my birthday present to myself). I bought Root, and Snap, which are both incredibly delicious. They also have a third, Rhuby, which was unfortunately sold out when I went to the liquor store. The two that I got are amazing though, and I think they’re fairly well distributed at this point, so you have a chance of finding it in your area. I heartily recommend that you check out the descriptions for all of them–they are indeed as delicious as they sound (if not more…).
Anyway, I chose to feature there very cool logo t-shirt today, and will be blogging about a bunch of their other tees in the near future. Maybe I’ll even try to get some pictures of the tees in their native Old City flagship store environment. I really do love the logo–it feels very Illuminati’ish (in a cool way). It looks simple and clean on the tee, which is just the way I like it. Plus, when people ask you about it, you can tell them about this awesome group called Art in the Age.
I think it’s time to stop rambling about my fan’dom for Art in the Age. But…you can pick this tee up for $28.00 at their online store, and you should also definitely check out all the liqueurs. You will not regret it. They cost about $33 each for a very sharp looking 750 ml bottle and are worth every penny.