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post #1 of 9
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So, like threadless.com or oddica.com..

any other recommendations? I really like the idea of letting anyone submit a design and possibly seeing a shirt made out of it. A lot of the stuff is just quite a bit cooler than say, the shirts you'd find in a department store somewhere.
post #2 of 9
www.oneoffclothing.com

www.zeroboutique.com

I've ordered from both but have no experience submitting designs.
post #3 of 9
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Originally Posted by gza
www.oneoffclothing.com

www.zeroboutique.com

I've ordered from both but have no experience submitting designs.

How's the screenprinting quality on those?

Thanks,

Dan
post #4 of 9
bump..i wanna know about this too
post #5 of 9
There are a lot of shirts i think are very urban cool. After browsing the four sites i like Oddica the best, but is it just me or do they only sell womens T's?
post #6 of 9
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Originally Posted by amirrorcrackd
How's the screenprinting quality on those?

Thanks,

Dan

I'm not the best judge of this, but I can say the prints have held up quite well after many hot wash/dry cycles. They've actually proved more durable than the prints on my Threadless shirts. Both sites use AA blanks.
post #7 of 9
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Originally Posted by gza
I'm not the best judge of this, but I can say the prints have held up quite well after many hot wash/dry cycles. They've actually proved more durable than the prints on my Threadless shirts. Both sites use AA blanks.

Glad to hear that, because in my impatience, I pulled the trigger and bought 5 tees. I'll follow up once I recieve them.

Dan
post #8 of 9
In anyone's experience, what is the shipping time on these.

I ordered July 31, and my CC was charged immediately. I sent a week ago inquiring about status, and then again 3 days ago and recieved no response to either email. Calling them goes straight to voicemail. I'm wondering if I should dispute the charge.

I understand these are custom made and don't mind a little bit of a wait time, but it's the lack of communication that bothers me.

Thoughts?

Dan
post #9 of 9
gza, how much do these shirts shrink? Thanks
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