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Simplify

by team blipshift
Did you have a successful gift receiving season? Or did you get a bunch of crap you don't really need? Well either way, leave all that stuff out of the garage. After a month of gluttony and indulgence, it's time to go back to fundamentals. When it comes to your ride, all you need to add is less.

(This tee is Anvil 980, similar to our Fitted Tee)
Shirt Color: Red Mist
Sale ended: 01-01-2013
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While our tees are preshrunk 100% cotton, you should expect up to 10% shrinkage for Fitted Tees. For Heavy Duty shirts (slightly boxier with fuller sleeves) expect ~5% shrinkage. All dimensions are approximate. Check our FAQ for more info.
Fitted Tee
Size S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Width 19" 20 ½" 22" 24" 26" 28"
Length 28" 29" 30" 31" 32" 33"
Tapered arm fit, medium weight fabric. Next Level 3600, 4.3oz fabric weight. 100% cotton except heather grey which is 10% polyester.
Heavy Duty Tee
Size S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Width 18" 20" 22" 24" 26" 28"
Length 28" 29" 30" 31" 33" 34"
Boxy arm fit, heavy weight fabric. Hanes Beefy-T 5186, 6oz fabric weight. 100% ringspun cotton.
Premium Tri-Blend
Size S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Width 18 ¼" 19 ¾" 21 ¼" 22 ¾" 24 ¾" 26 ¾"
Length 27 ½" 28 ½" 29 ½" 30 ½" 31 ½" 32 ½"
Fitted sleeves and cut, our softest tee with great drape and stretch. Heathered colors. Next Level 6010, 4.3oz fabric weight. 50% poly/25% cotton/25% rayon blend.
Tanks
Size S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Width 19" 20 ½" 22" 24" 26" 28"
Length 29" 30" 31" 32" 33" 34"
Generous fit, medium weight fabric. Next Level 6333, 4oz fabric weight. 60% cotton/40% poly blend.
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Simplify
All Things Being Equal
by Scott McGillivray
Artist Specs
  • Name: team blipshift
  • Location: NY
The Skinny
Modern cars are getting more bloated every day from creeping featuritis. Does adding lane change warning, automatic parallel parking systems or hybrid powertrains really make for a better driving vehicle? Or are they needlessly complex and heavy? If only someone could suggest a philosophy for more efficient and enjoyable dynamics... Oh, wait, someone did? Like over 50 years ago? Oh... Perhaps if we had heeded Colin Chapman, we would not need around-car video monitors just to park our 5,000lb behemoths when driving around the corner to pick up our venti soy caramel macchiatos. And we would be reminded again of the pleasures of driving a simple, light weight vehicle. Fine, perhaps it could use a roof. And maybe windows. You want heat or AC too? Ok, but where you draw that line is what defines you as an enthusiast. And we suggest it was crossed a long time ago. (Will ship by Xmas... 2013)