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post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 
Hey guys,

I am almost thinking that I don't want anyone to answer this because I don't really need to do this. Who am I kidding, I want this shirt.

Anyways, after seeing the revolveclothing 30% off thread and looking at their stuff, I found this t-shirt I absolutely must own.

Unfortunately the color I want is only available in L and XL - there's an S in blue but I'd rather have natural.

Anyone know where else I could find Corups t-shirts?

m
post #2 of 13
www.activeendeavors.com has that same shirt in small (!!!!), medium, and large. Sadly, no 30% off coupon, but there is a 15% off one in the top post on this board. I swear they were only $55 a few days ago when I ordered mine, but they are now $60.
post #3 of 13
the Mickey Mouse one is way cooler
post #4 of 13
Thread Starter 
The ninja chick is wearing a Mickey Mouse blanky and I am more asian-esque than disney

Thanks guys, hoping they will ship to a US address with my Canadian card as I am not paying $30 US to ship a T-shirt...

m
post #5 of 13
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Originally Posted by lupin23rd
Hey guys,

I am almost thinking that I don't want anyone to answer this because I don't really need to do this. Who am I kidding, I want this shirt.

Anyways, after seeing the revolveclothing 30% off thread and looking at their stuff, I found this t-shirt I absolutely must own.

Unfortunately the color I want is only available in L and XL - there's an S in blue but I'd rather have natural.

Anyone know where else I could find Corups t-shirts?

m

I have that tee, and it is indeed awesome (though the model on that site gives me the creeps).
post #6 of 13
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Originally Posted by Babar
I have that tee, and it is indeed awesome (though the model on that site gives me the creeps).

Haha.. same here, the poses and his stare is ridiculous.
post #7 of 13
what is the sizing on those? I have a 38" chest. I don't like my shirts skin tight. Would a small be too tight?
post #8 of 13
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Originally Posted by jgu
what is the sizing on those? I have a 38" chest. I don't like my shirts skin tight. Would a small be too tight?

Get a medium if you like shirts a little looser. I have a 40" chest, and Corpus mediums fit pretty tight on me (tight as in, when I try to take them off, I'm afraid that they will rip.)
post #9 of 13
I really don't like obsession with ninjas, feudel japan, and hot women. that said, I really like this shirt. It's incredibly well done.
post #10 of 13
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Originally Posted by Brian SD
I really don't like obsession with ninjas, feudel japan, and hot women. that said, I really like this shirt. It's incredibly well done.

Hey, I've always had an obsession with ninjas, and since about, um, I was eight, with hot women as well. Don't care too much about feudal Japan though, especially after "The Last Samurai".
post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
Hey, I've always had an obsession with ninjas, and since about, um, I was eight, with hot women as well. Don't care too much about feudal Japan though, especially after "The Last Samurai".

That wasn't feudal Japan, that was hollywood jacking off over itself.
post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by minya
the Mickey Mouse one is way cooler



that mickey mouse shirt is awesome. but$60 is too much for a non vintage t-shirt imo.
post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by Brian SD
That wasn't feudal Japan, that was hollywood jacking off over itself.

You're right on both counts. It really wasn't feudal Japan but a while after the Meiji Restoration. Previous to this was the Tokugawa shogunate which was an era of relative peace (through consolidated shogunate power) that lasted a few hundred years. Feudal japan was before this period and ended when Ieyasu Tokugawa began the dynasty (around that time was another notable name Oda Nobunaga).

Feudal japan was cool, but the funnest was the prior to the Meiji Restoration when forces loyal to the shogunate fought those wanting to install the emperor back into power (he was a figurehead before this). Adding a modicum of fashion -relatedness into this reply, those "Shinsengumi" Nike's with the aqua blue with white triangle pattern was based off of the uniform of the Shinsengumi, a hit squad loyal to the shogunate during the time that became legendary.
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