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    As promised I'm going to be selling a range of t-shirts, hoodies etc.

    I've spent the afternoon creating a design from scratch of:-

    1) A Hilux Surf Gen 2 t-shirt (I'll also do a gen 3 version and perhaps other gens if there is enough demand)
    2) A hiluxsurf.co.uk t-shirt

    They will be approx 19.99 each

    So I know how many to order, please reply to this post indicating if you'd like one.

    PLEASE NOTE:-
    a) these are my own bespoke design - please do not copy these or use elsewhere!
    b) the images showing the design on a t-shirt are little rough. Of course the actual t-shirt will be very high quality

    Thanks
    Rob
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    Rob Watson (forum owner and admin)

  • #2
    i would be up for a 2nd gen t shirt, keep me posted
    http://www.hiluxsurf.co.uk/showthread.php?t=55797

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    • #3
      If it's not on a black t shirt then I will have one

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      • #4
        Originally posted by nevilleian View Post
        If it's not on a black t shirt then I will have one
        What colour t-shirt are you looking for?
        Thanks
        Rob Watson (forum owner and admin)

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        • #5
          blue would be a nice contrast (not dark blue)
          FYI. The HPOC sell their t shirts for 9.50 and hoodies for 20.
          you can see why there is not a rush to buy your clothing
          Nev

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          • #6
            Thanks Nev.

            Yeah I think it's what I can get them for. My t-shirts aren't actually on sale yet; it's just a post to gauge interest.

            So as for pricing, they could be 10, 15, or 20, it really depends on supply & demand, and how much I can buy the t-shirts for. Of course if the t-shirts cost me 8.50 each, then by the time I've paid postage it would be a waste of time, and a financial loss to sell them for 9.50. Of course however if I know 100 people are going to order t-shirts and I can get them for a fiver, then it's a completely different ball game. Of course factors such as quality and the products being ethically sourced also plays into it. If I were to sell cheap t-shirts and ones that are made from slave labour, then they become cheap. Personally I'd rather sell good quality t-shirts which are ethically sourced and make less money. But as I say, it's all very early in the game and I'm still investigating it all.

            Watch this space.
            Thanks
            Rob Watson (forum owner and admin)

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