CafePress Tshirt {Review}

By Wednesday, July 6, 2011 0 No tags Permalink 0

 

I have been a closet fan of CafePress, spcially the iFlip camera and the fact that you can personalize it. But they not only offer iFlips but they also carry a vast selection of personalized gifts, t-shirts, clothing, mugs, art & posters.

A few weeks back we got the opportuniy of reviewing one of their products, a Tshirt ot be exact. So, being the *cough* awesome *cough* wife that I am, I let Tyler chose a shirt for himself.

I also went through their selection and was impressed at how many options they have! Plus, lets add to the indecisiveness, you can create your own shirt!

 

{Everyone wanted to be in the picture that day!!}

 

I guess Tyler has a fast-shopping gene that I must lack of, but it took him like 3 minutes to find out the shirt he liked: USA Boxing Tshirt!! It would have taken me hours of clicking through the pages!

When we got it in the mail we noticed that the shirt was super long which made Tyler shrug. All that was needed was a trip to the washer and the tshirt was the perfect size!! I guess the extra fabric was added on purpose! I am honestly not a big fan of the so called pre-shrunk fabric, never seems to work.

The shirt is made from 5.6 oz cotton and costs $27! The fit is awesome and the fabric quality is superb. And what is even better, after being washed so many times, the image printed is still intact. This gives CafePress extra kudos. I have a few tshirts that after a few washes the ink/paint starts peeling off or tearing appart. But not this one! It still looks like new.

If it weren’t so hot (aka 81.6 °F) in Portland I would wear it to sleep…it really looks that comfy, plus I really like to steal his shirt, tee hee!

 

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Find the USA Boxing tshirt at CafePress.com.
Don’t be scared to roam around! you’ll find tons of cool things!

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Disclosure: This was not a paid post. The opinions stated are my own and were in no way influenced by One2One Newtwork who graciously provided me with a copy of the book for me to review.

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