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Old November 18th, 2013, 05:13 PM
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Tshirt question

Has anyone ever made tshirt with the defender source App icon? Would love to buy one if so.


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Old November 18th, 2013, 11:31 PM
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Contact Jay aka jjstahl3

Maybe he can make them.
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Old November 19th, 2013, 01:30 AM
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brian has one similar over on

http://shop.defendersnorthwest.com/D...3-DNWSS003.htm

I would be interested in making one like the app icon if there was enough interest
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Old November 19th, 2013, 12:20 PM
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how about something like this?
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Old November 19th, 2013, 12:55 PM
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The Defender image on a side slope would make a great window sticker.
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Old November 19th, 2013, 01:50 PM
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sticker idea
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Love it!

Even a simple line slope like a forward slash with no coloring of the slope would work.
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Old November 19th, 2013, 01:56 PM
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could you cut the slope in half? we don't need the other side. .
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Old November 19th, 2013, 01:59 PM
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how about this
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As long as we are sharing designs, I would like something like this. I like simple designs. Nothing on back. Always good to have a thin, athletic fit T-shirt as well. Something that looks a bit worn. I don't like thick bulky cotton tshirts. So a thin cotton fabric is a must. I could see Target selling tens of 1000's of these. Click image for larger version

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I will take one...

Also, could you replicate the old "Bleed Green" and the "Muddy Oval" Gear shirts? Maybe stickers too

I could take pictures, mail them or scan them?
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I like the half slope one
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Old November 19th, 2013, 02:09 PM
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Another version , without "defender" wording. Looks nice as well. Maybe an option.
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I am in for half slope sticker.
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I'm in for something. I like the ones with just the logo on the front, or with the word defender, slope is cool too. I definitely agree on it being light weight, worn and athletic fit. Heavy cotton, loose fitting shirts just don't get worn much, I end up only sleeping and lounging in them.
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I'm in for something. I like the ones with just the logo on the front, or with the word defender, slope is cool too. I definitely agree on it being light weight, worn and athletic fit. Heavy cotton, loose fitting shirts just don't get worn much, I end up only sleeping and lounging in them.
Exactly!!!!
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Another version , without "defender" wording. Looks nice as well. Maybe an option.
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I like it without the defender wording - am open to getting some pricing if thats the way everyone wants to go?
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As long as we are sharing designs, I would like something like this. I like simple designs. Nothing on back. Always good to have a thin, athletic fit T-shirt as well. Something that looks a bit worn. I don't like thick bulky cotton tshirts. So a thin cotton fabric is a must. I could see Target selling tens of 1000's of these. Attachment 84560
I like beefy T-shirts but my girlfriend likes the thin T-shirts to sleep and lounge around in. But then I have guns (lots), steel rims, mud tires, scratches, dents and mud on my truck, ATVs, fishing boats and I can skin a buck and run a trout line.
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I drew out my own defender version b I am going to print a few of each and see what they look like - on a white background or some color?
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I like beefy T-shirts but my girlfriend likes the thin T-shirts to sleep and lounge around in. But then I have guns (lots), steel rims, mud tires, scratches, dents and mud on my truck, ATVs, fishing boats and I can skin a buck and run a trout line.
And you are here trading fashion tips. Ooooookay.
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