Durable, cheap Cotton/Polyester tshirts online
January 21, 2011 1:50 PM   Subscribe

Where to buy Tshirts that are cool and not weird...no skulls or biker tshirts. I am tired of buying from Nike, adidas, walmart etc I am open to shops although prefer websites that carry cool Cotton/Polyester tshirts. I hate plain ones or too much graphic ones.
posted by daveg02 to Shopping (22 answers total) 42 users marked this as a favorite
 
Have you tried www.threadless.com? It's mostly graphic T's, but there's a variety of designs so you can choose less graphic-y ones.
posted by lacedcoffee at 1:52 PM on January 21, 2011


What kind of price are willing to pay? Personally I'm a big fan of 2ktshirts.com
posted by modernnomad at 1:55 PM on January 21, 2011


insanely great tees & donkey tees.
posted by cashman at 2:01 PM on January 21, 2011


I love pretty much everything over here, especially the Sir Critter shirts. by Mefi's own.
posted by lalex at 2:17 PM on January 21, 2011


Cafepress Tons of weird tees and bonus: you can even make your own.
posted by geegollygosh at 2:19 PM on January 21, 2011


giant robot! pretty much all of my husband's awesome t-shirts are from that store.

the website isn't the easiest to navigate (no T-shirt category) but they have really great stuff. check out Gama-Go brand.
posted by lvanshima at 2:26 PM on January 21, 2011 [1 favorite]


palmer cash are kinda retro.
posted by violetk at 2:28 PM on January 21, 2011


I've bought tons of American Apparel t-shirts from shirt.woot.com. They have a new shirt every day for $10 (free shipping), but it's on sale for a week after that for $15 (free shipping). Be sure to check out their catalog of popular shirts here.

AA shirts are nice, soft cotton, but tend to be a closer fit. You really can't be the price, though.
posted by parilous at 2:48 PM on January 21, 2011 [1 favorite]


Seriously love the shirts at shirt.woot.com myself. (There is a different daily shirt on offer each weekday.) Here are some of their most popular shirts. They have an amusing blog too.
posted by bearwife at 2:52 PM on January 21, 2011 [1 favorite]


Most of my favorite t-shirts came from things that I like--bands whose shows I've attended (or fairs, or festivals, or other kinds of events), organizations I've volunteered with or donated to, my friends' various projects, companies and designers I like, etc.
posted by box at 3:19 PM on January 21, 2011


I'm a big fan of GAMA-GO's shirts. Might not be exactly what you're looking for ($22, 100% cotton). It's like wearing art, though! They come out with new stuff all the time.
posted by belau at 3:22 PM on January 21, 2011 [1 favorite]


ThinkGeek has some pretty cool science/nerd based t-shirts!
posted by Zoyashka at 3:25 PM on January 21, 2011


Last Exit to Nowhere graphic based, but maybe awesome.
posted by Brainy at 3:58 PM on January 21, 2011


All these have constant sales going on:

Karmaloop.

Imaginary Foundation.

Urban Outfitters.

Brooklyn Industries.
posted by griphus at 4:08 PM on January 21, 2011


I also find this topic interesting but would prefer t-shirts that aren't all nerd/science/computer/video game themed. Any suggestions outside those categories?
posted by tylerkaraszewski at 4:10 PM on January 21, 2011


...which means I probably should have linked to the sales. Take Two:

Karmaloop men's t-shirt sale items.

Imaginary Foundation men's sale items.

Urban Outfitters men's t-shirt sale items.

Brooklyn Industries men's t-shirt sale items..
posted by griphus at 4:12 PM on January 21, 2011


Seconding shirt.woot.com! I love 'em. :D
posted by Xany at 4:50 PM on January 21, 2011 [1 favorite]


TopatoCo is basically in the business of selling T-shirts and similar stuff by webcomics artists, but they have a bunch of cool stuff that isn't directly a webcomic spinoff.
posted by hattifattener at 5:40 PM on January 21, 2011


I gather you're in the US, but any Mefites in the UK might find spunky.co.uk useful, too... they have a lot of sales.
posted by 8k at 6:11 PM on January 21, 2011


Nucleus Gallery has t-shirts from a range of artists including Kazu Kibuishi

There's a very wide range of t-shirts from various makers on etsy.

Silk Oak is a small maker of silkscreened t-shirts etc, whose designs I like. The ones she has available in her store change fairly often.
posted by LobsterMitten at 12:35 AM on January 22, 2011


Uhh, since I haven't seen the suggestion yet, I'll throw this one out there: thrift stores. I've found plenty of cool/quirky shirts at Goodwill and the Salvation Army store around here. I've even found several shirts which appeared to be new with tags even on them. Little boutique thrift stores also have eclectic inventories at real low prices.
posted by Geppp at 1:33 PM on January 22, 2011 [1 favorite]


Ooops, my bad, I didn't read the question right. Dumb me, ignore my posts
posted by Geppp at 1:34 PM on January 22, 2011


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