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Want a t-shirt? Follow the link from here! #46

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hackygolucky opened this Issue Jan 10, 2014 · 14 comments

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philip-morning commented Jan 13, 2014

Hey Tracy, do you know who the shirt manufacturer is?

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hackygolucky commented Jan 13, 2014

We won't know this until we get to visit the shop went we go to put in the
order. Suggestions or concerns?

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Hey Tracy, do you know who the shirt manufacturer is?


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js-n commented Jan 13, 2014

For out-of-towners, how much should we tack on for shipping? Or is there a shipping option :)

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hackygolucky commented Jan 13, 2014

@jden I added the note to the information if you follow the link. I can do
USPS flat rate shipping.

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For out-of-towners, how much should we tack on for shipping? Or is there a
shipping option :)


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thoward commented Jan 13, 2014

Good to have the shipping options detailed, but in this case, since you're
in town so often, maybe you could just pick it up next time you're here. :)

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@jden I added the note to the information if you follow the link. I can do
USPS flat rate shipping.

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For out-of-towners, how much should we tack on for shipping? Or is there
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shipping option :)


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philip-morning commented Jan 13, 2014

@hackygolucky Regarding the manufacturer: Cool. I think we've all gotten low-quality, coarsely-cut shirts from events that we never wear. American Apparel's 2001 (unisex) and 2102 (women's) have trim cuts, soft fabric, come in a wide range of colors, and are made in California.

Canvas also makes a good shirt (Canvas is the men's brand; Bella is the brand for women's shirts by the same manufacturer); most of these are made in Pakistan. The Write the Docs conference shirts were made by Canvas. With a budget of $20 per shirt (or even $15 per shirt), we basically have all the choices available to us.

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hackygolucky commented Jan 13, 2014

Yes! Will keep that in mind. Definitely on the same page with quality of
shirts. Colors can also be an issue for some--some shirts end up being a
bit... see-through. Which is unfortunate.

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@hackygolucky https://github.com/hackygolucky Regarding the
manufacturer: Cool. I think we've all gotten low-quality, coarsely-cut
shirts from events that we never wear. American Apparel's 2001 (unisex) and
2102 (women's) have trim cuts, soft fabric, come in a wide range of colors,
and are made in California.

Canvas also makes a good shirt (Canvas is the men's brand; Bella is the
brand for women's shirts by the same manufacturer); most of these are made
in Pakistan. The Write the Docs conference shirts were made by Canvas. With
a budget of $20 per shirt, we basically have all the choices available to
us.


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js-n commented Jan 13, 2014

All else held equal, would prefer to support a company other than American Apparel due to their sexist advertising and questionable labor practices.

@thoward I'm not sure when I'll be in Portland next, although I'm sure it will be sometime this spring :) Maybe setting one aside would work better.

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dlmanning commented Jan 22, 2014

👍 AA is wretched.

Damn their comfy well-fitting shirts!

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aulvi commented Jan 22, 2014

I must admit, some of my favorite shirts are AA.

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[image: 👍] AA is wretched.

Damn their comfy well-fitting shirts!


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AA 50/50s are hard to beat...amazing hand feel.

Laundry day surfaced some knowledge: District Made and Next Level are two other brands that feel similar to AA 50/50s. No idea if they're an improvement over AA on the fronts @jden mentions, however.

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aulvi commented Aug 3, 2016

@hackygolucky What ever happened with this?

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aulvi commented Sep 9, 2016

Closing due to inactivity.

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