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08-02-2019, 06:55 AM

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OK, so we are in agreement on the front of the T-Shirt. Any thoughts for the back?

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08-02-2019, 07:13 AM

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OK, so we are in agreement on the front of the T-Shirt. Any thoughts for the back?

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Iíd buy at least one if they come in xxxl(3xl) especially if picking colors were an option. Regardless Iíll buy a shirt to promote the best n only pool and billiards site and forum in the world worth my time !!!!!
  
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08-02-2019, 07:24 AM

Well ya they gotta make 3x for us big boys


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08-02-2019, 07:29 AM

Want T-shirts, get a can of paint and stencils


  
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08-02-2019, 09:22 AM

Mike,

I'd be interested in a dryfit polo - size L in black, and one in white.

Once you have an image, a printing or embroidery shop can add them to any shirts you want. There are lots of options for blank Tee/Polo suppliers.



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08-02-2019, 09:35 AM

I would be interested in both a polo and T- shirt in XL dry fit.


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08-02-2019, 01:51 PM

I had looked at teespring.com last year and then didn't follow through with it. Does anyone have experience with them?

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08-02-2019, 02:16 PM

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I had looked at teespring.com last year and then didn't follow through with it. Does anyone have experience with them?

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Not directly. I did speak with someone that contacted them and didn't move forward.

As I recall it was about t-shirt manufacturer selection and materials. Cotton tees versus "dry-fit" type Tee's etc.

It's easy these days to get shirts that look good and keep their shape for about a week.

They have little on their site except for the "design" spin.

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08-02-2019, 03:10 PM

I would definitely buy a t shirt if reasonably priced (around $20)
  
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Hi Mike, I spoke with Nate from the 'Cue It Up' billiard podcast this afternoon. He's going to share the t-shirt vendor he uses with you directly. I purchased four of his shirts and they are good quality. The Wisconsin Billiard Hall Of Fame has an excellent vendor for their shirts as well.
  
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08-02-2019, 03:39 PM

Thanks Aaron. I was just texting with him today and didn't even think to ask him who they used.

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Hi Mike, I spoke with Nate from the 'Cue It Up' billiard podcast this afternoon. He's going to share the t-shirt vendor he uses with you directly. I purchased four of his shirts and they are good quality. The Wisconsin Billiard Hall Of Fame has an excellent vendor for their shirts as well.


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How About This? - 08-02-2019, 04:46 PM

IMO,......the back should not use words or contain any expression.
Instead, perhaps just the silhouette of a pool player in a shooting stance over a pool table.

Something to represent what we all do but without any words or else crossed, dueling cues.
But definitely nothing with pool balls since thatís so worked to death itís becoming boring.

Spend the money on the best shirt and charge more but make it higher quality than just a
Fruit of the Loom, Hanes, or anything that is heavy. Lightweight is best & sell it for $40- $50.
Cotton t-shirts are whatís become a fund raiser shirt give-a-way item. It doesnít hold up well.

Anyway, I think the right approach is to avoid making it a billboard or crammed with images of
pool balls, or a rack or anything like that. A faceless image of a pool player would look cool...IMO.


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Spend the money on the best shirt and charge more but make it higher quality than just a
Fruit of the Loom, Hanes, or anything that is heavy. Lightweight is best & sell it for $40- $50.
Cotton t-shirts are whatís become a fund raiser shirt give-a-way item. It doesnít hold up well.
Gildan makes a very nice cotton t-shirt. I agree the cheap ones aren't the way to go nor is too heavy a cotton tee that feels like tent canvas. Lightweight can be nice but many don't hold the collar shape either. There's not enough substance.
  
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08-03-2019, 04:46 AM

I'm in for a couple. Prefer black with small logo on front right upper and the back with larger logo across the shoulders. I'll pay more for better quality. Mitch
  
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