New: Rude Mechanicals Press T-Shirts

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I ordered the gray/blue (indigo) for myself…of course (size medium).

You can now order a Rude Mechanicals Press long-sleeved T-shirt from my online store. This cotton T-shirt is available in sizes from small to 5X ($22.50 for S-XL, $2 more for each size up from there, plus $4 shipping). They’re available in white, grey, olive, red, indigo, navy and black.

On the navy and black shirts, there’s not much contrast between the logo and the cotton when the shirt is newly printed – so it’s perfect if you want folks to stare at your chest. But wash it a few times and the shirt color will fade, making the logo stand out more clearly.

Why long-sleeves? Because I like them…and because I’m guessing that like me, most people already have a plethora of short-sleeve T-shirts. Why not also offer a short sleeve version? Because as Jameel Abraham says, you shouldn’t have more wearables than other products – so until my next book is available (2019), I’m at my limit.

These are printed on demand and usually ship in three-four days. (Order now for Christmas.)

Note: Available through the online store only in the U.S.A. for now…but if you live elsewhere and just have to have on, send me an email and I’ll try to work it out.

About fitz

Woodworker, writer, editor, teacher, ailurophile, Shakespearean. Will write for air-dried walnut.
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7 Responses to New: Rude Mechanicals Press T-Shirts

  1. I’ve got the East Midlands show in March, and a class to teach in September. Now I know what I’ll be wearing for both events. Great design, Megan!

  2. Kerry Doyle says:

    Another benefit of long sleeves is they can be cut to whatever length the owner wishes: 3/4, 1/2, or sawed off. It’s much easier than trying to attempt to find extra material and joining it to a body.

  3. johncashman73 says:

    Can you post a refresher on the significance of the logo? I’ve forgotten part of it.

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