From the category archives:


ROAMERS Clothing Co. just released a few new items on and on the Karmaloop Kazbah. The new releases include both mens and womens items for the Spring/Summer.

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T-shirt News for March 6th

by Andy on March 6, 2012

pee wee herman t-shirt

Pee Wee Herman gets an interesting shirt at TeeFury.

Nicely executed design at Shirt.Woot.

Apparently this is a Final Fantasy shirt at RIPT today.
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dalek snowman t-shirt

I think that this Doctor Who t-shirt thing may be getting a bit out of hand now. TeeFury.

Very nice Portal shirt from Qwertee, pity that the text isn’t legible though.

That is one majestic looking unicorn, Tilted.

Soooo, is that owl drunk?

Pretty nice tee from Shirt.Woot today.

There is a surprising lack of Transformers shirts around, something RIPT appear to be looking to address, I’d probably prefer to see more of a Megan Fox-esque woman standing next to the car though.

This TeeMinus24 shirt is in honour of it being 37 years since Wolverine’s first appearance in a full issue of a comic book.

More rage face action from 24tee.

I watched Kung Fu Panda 2 last night so this shirt from Loviu is pretty attractive to me right now.

I was going to have a solid Gears of War session on Sunday night, and then my Xbox died again, it’s 6 years old so it’s had a decent run, but no one likes it when their hardware fails and you have to get a new one, that’s £170 I would have rather not spent. Shirt available at Catch of the Day Tee.

Pretty cool Mario concept from Shirt Punch today.

Very nice from DBH, though I think I’d rather have it as a poster than a t-shirt.

604Republic are running a ‘buy 2 get a 3rd shirt free’ sale, which is pretty nice.

Johnny Cupcakes has dropped 3 new shirts.

Wrongwroks have restocked their Monster hoodies.

IAMTHETREND have an interview with 11:11 Apparel.

Karmaloop are giving 30% off and free shipping ($8 off shipping for international users) with the coupon code TEE30, but only on shirts in the ‘dressed to a tee’ section of the sale page.

Retreat have put all their shirts on sale for £10.

Scifen have teamed up with a hip hop artist that I’ve never heard of (which has no reflection upon how well known they are) called eLZhi to create the garments you can see above.

Coty has declared his love for Instagram (I’m a member too, feel free to follow me, my username is hideyourarms, of course.

No Guts No Glory have released a limited edition Christmas jumper that is far more attractive than the ironic one you bought last year.

February Son have a storewide shirt sale going on until the end of the year, all tee are $16. I don’t know what they were before that, but presumably $16 is less.

I will be launching a new website today that will be taking up a lot of my time for the foreseeable future, please be assured that this is actually a good thing for HYA, becuase it means that I can continue to write here and not get a soul crushing job I don’t love.


society losing focus t-shirt by freshjive

It’s a fair bet that Freshjive had much higher things in mind when they created this other than to make people like me look at it and go, “ooh, what a nice colourway.”

Costiness=$26 Buy it at Karmaloop


karmaloop earthquake charity t-shirt



It’s pretty rare streetwear behemoth Karmaloop will sell a design they’ve produced themselves (I know they do on occasion, but mostly they sell other brands), but it’s also pretty rare that a massive earthquake and tsunami hits Japan, so it’s hardly surprising that they stepped up and produced a shirt that they’ll be giving away 100% of the profits on to the Red Cross.

The shirts cost $20 each, ladies head here, gents walk this way.


karmaloop competition

This is pretty huge, I know I don’t mention Karmaloop as much as back in the day (though I probably should, good clothes at good prices, and good service in my experience), this was too big of a competition not to mention, even if I am catching it a bit late.

There’s actually several competitions going on at Karmaloop, mostly scavenger hunts, for Freeway’s beard, that dog, and that lady that seems to have forgotten half her clothing. I can’t actually find a page for the $5000 gift card giveaways, but I think that’s because as I write this it hasn’t actually been announced yet, though judging by their tweets I think it’s going to be another scavenger hunt. Keeping and eye on their Twitter feed is probably the best way to get the jump on the big prize, otherwise the other three scavenger hunts (and the daily draw from Def Jam) are already live.


Blackout Hoodie by Lifetime Collective

by Andy on October 25, 2010

lifetime collective hoodie

This morning I stayed in bed for more than an hour just because it was warm in bed and cold out of it, so it is most definitely hoodie season, meaning I had to check out Karmaloop for something to warm me up (even though their shipping costs to the UK are pretty high). I know that this hoodie is simple, but the contrast drawstring is a nice touch and overall it looks a classy product, something to show off a crazy t-shirt underneath it.

Costiness=$53.95 Buy it at Karmaloop


crooks & castles women's t-shirt

I think I like the concept of this tee more than the execution, the ammo portion just look a bit bleurgh to me, which is my way of saying I don’t particularly care for it and have no good way of describing it.

Costiness=$36 Buy it at Karmaloop



This is likely to be the last deals post of the year because I’m taking Mrs. HYA (we aren’t actually married, but saying ‘my girlfriend’ doesn’t sound quite as fun) to London for the weekend, and tomorrow is looking like it’s going to be a busy one in terms of non-fun non-tee related activity, and then there’s not much point posting next week because of Christmas jollity and friends coming back to the area for the festive season, though if something big comes up then I’ll try and let you know.

So, 20% off at PalmerCash today and tomorrow with the coupon code yeah.


It’s sale time at krudmart, with a nigh-on-ridiculous 70% off the older stock, and a rather more sensible though still greatly appreciated 20% off new arrivals (providing you spend more than $75).


The Threadless festive fun continues with $10 tees for the rest of the week (and if you want them to get even cheaper remember that me and Adam from Tee Directory are selling Threadless Gift Certificates on the cheap, also, and this is seriously the first time I’ve realised this, gift certificates could make good gifts for Christmas!).


I don’t mention Junky Tees very often but they do have some wearable tees that you’d probably enjoy paying 25% less for with the coupon code XMAS.


Not holiday related but money off is money off, Dressed By Danni (the halterneck hoodie People) launched a new website recently and if you’re making your first order you can receive a 10% discount with the coupon code FIRST10.


30% off sitewide at Karmaloop with the coupon code HAL30, or the code ZUUL30. Is there really any reason why Karmaloop have so many coupons, and not just at this time of year, it feels like they drop a new one every day.


Kind of an odd offer from DBH, instead of going site-wide they’re putting 3 tees a day on sale, but they’re going lower than usual and those three tees can be picked up for $10 a piece. This deal will be running until Christmas Day, so keep checking back to see if any of your favourite designs come up on sale.

Pyknic Clothing - Come in and smell the shirts._1260998380297

Pyknic have got a 20% off sale going on until tomorrow, eat up!


Paper Root Clothing:

We’re running our final big sale of the year with some real craziness. 40% everything for the next three days, and that includes our newest sweatshirts we just released.


I really wish I didn’t have to post this, but unfortunately Squishi’s tees are all on sale for £9.99 each. You’re probably thinking that Squishi’s tees being on a sale would be a good thing, but you’d be wrong, as they’re on sale because Squishi are going to be closing down when all the stock is gone. That sucks, because I was glad there was someone like Squishi around in Britain, but at least they’re closing because the print side of the business is going well, which will hopefully mean that Brit companies have an alternative to outsourcing to America to get their shirts printed.


It won’t sound like a sale to our American chums but in British terms this is a sale. Strange Ways have knocked their tees (all three shown above) down to £15, with £1 shipping in the UK, £2 worldwide, try beating that on the high street!

Vig Tees - Funny T-Shirts - Cool Vintage T-Shirts Unique Graphic T-Shirts_1260999669216

As you can see from that image, free shipping ANYWHERE ON EARTH when you buy 2 or more tees from Vig Tees. Sounds good, but the martians are gonna be pissed.


The e-mail from Bean Dip had the subject “Free Shipping // New Tees”, so I presume they’re offering free shipping. I know, it’s like I’m Sherlock Holmes or something.


This coupon from No Star will be expiring tomorrow, so hop to it.


Get 10% off at wiftees with the coupon code hideyourarms.


My favourite food blog, Serious Eats, have released a list of tees for foodies. Well, I wouldn’t call it a list because it’s only got 11 items on it, to me it’s not really a list unless you question the will to live whilst putting it together and then realising it probably wasn’t worth it since it wasn’t about Star Wars (me? bitter?).


PopJunkie and their weird lapdancing clip-art are going to keep their sale going until the end of the year, so no need to rush then!


EIO and Rakes & Strays are going to be turning their regular postage into Special Delivery in the UK from now until December 23rd so that y’all will be getting your tees to your loved ones in time for Chrimbo.


Monstar (who seem to mostly be a belt company now) have got all their tees onsale for $10 at th moment with a flat rate of $4 shipping.



It’s like Black Friday every day at 410BC, well, it is until Christmas at the very least, use coupon code HOLIDAYS to get a whopping 50% off your order.


There’s 15% off everything in store at Snorg Tees until Friday, no coupon necessary, discounts already applied I think. [via inmyshortsleeve]


Use the coupon code YESYESYES to get 40% off any of the tees in the Rosie Apps store, taking her tees down from an already respectable £18-19 to an even more wallet-friendly £10.80-11.40 each. This offer will be available until December 16th.


I don’t know what makes this a “holiday fiasco” at Crazy Go Lucky, but I’m not complaining since it brings 20% off with it.


This sale has been running for a while but I haven’t mentioned it before, Seventh Ink are running a pretty big sale with some tees down to $5.


laFraise have a load of shirts in their store knocked down to €13, but they’re spread out across the store so you’ll have to hunt for the bargains. There’s about 5 days left for the sale.


The story goes that Chop Shop found got this fortune in on the day they incorporated back in 1996. The tee is normally $5, but you can get it for FREE if you use the coupon code fortunefree at the checkout. You don’t even need to order anything else, you can just pay for the shipping on the free tee and they’ll send it to you, of course, you can also include it in a larger order.

30% off & Free shipping Kazbah 48 hours only - 1260359410766

I know Karmaloop have a sale on in some way all the time, but the Kazbah items are usually exempt, so this coupon code is one of their better ones, this sale is good until tomorrow night. EDIT The picture won’t work for some reason, so I’ll have to do it the old fashioned way, the coupon code is STNICK30.


Bamboo shirts rock, and that’s what Tees For Change print on so whilst their shirts aren’t covered in gore and zombies at least you know they’re going to be really soft, and from now until the end of the year if you buy a regular priced shirt you get a sale one FOR FREE by using the coupon code FREESALETEE at the checkout. Oh, and they plant a tree for every tee purchased.

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A hoodie with ears on it!

by Andy on November 19, 2009


Even though the chances of me wearing this are slim to none (and not just because this is in womens sizes), I still get a little bit giddy when I see a hoodie that has ears on it that isn’t for kids, I think it’s because I know that an adult shouldn’t really be wearing something quite so silly, even Karmaloop‘s usually mirthless model can’t help but smile at this piece.

Costiness=$45 Paul Frank Hoodie available from Karmaloop

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Is there really any point in me telling you what I think of women’s clothes when I have absolutely no kind of expertise for what women want (other than a slice of Andy, obviously)?

Costiness=$74 Buy this jacket at Karmaloop (remember, you can get up to 20% off your order with the rep code AS7594, remember how I used to say that all the time?)


Downtown LA by Obey at Karmaloop

by Andy on September 9, 2009

downtown la womens tee by obey JOTBDLA-DCHAzoom2

How long has it been since I mentioned something from Karmaloop? Obviously, we could find that out pretty easy with a search, or the Karmaloop categorym or just clicking on the Karmaloop tag at the bottom of this post, but that would ruin my rhetorical question pointing out how long it had been since I mentioned the streetwear powerhouse. Ahhh, overanalysing stuff never ruins it.

Seriously, how ridiculously large is L.A. and how hard is it to get around when you don’t have a car? And how much do you get burned when you walk around LA without sunscreen on for a day? The answer to all those questions, as I found when I was there, is a lot.

Costiness=$44 Available from Karmaloop

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This is one of those hoodies that isn’t necessarily a show-stopper, people aren’t going to be amazed by it, but at the same time I can’t imagine finding anyone that didn’t like it. I guess you could almost call it boring, but I’d like think of it more as being ‘restrained’.

Costiness=$62 Buy it at Karmaloop (and remember that you can get up to 20% off your purchase with the rep code AS7594, and support HYA in the process)

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I’m going to get back into mentioning Karmaloop more, I used to do it all the time, and when I was in Philly I bought a hoodie via them in a sale (and with a coupon code), so I can now attest to the quality of their service. Good brands, good prices, good service, you can’t really ask for more than that. The Karmaloop Kazbah is a bit of a different beast of course, as each item is shipped via the actual brand, but a sale’s a sale dammit!

Karmaloop Kazbah


I know, I know, that title is ridiculously long, but come on, as far as lines go, that’s about as clever as I can get.

I’m a big, big fan of M.I.A, by which I of course mean I own Kala and haven’t listened to anything else by her, so I thought I’d post this line of clothes even if I don’t think its all that great. Here’s the blurbery:

Featuring bomber jackets, leggings and bodysuits, the debut collection is clearly designed by none other than M.I.A featuring her signature bold colors and graphic prints. This collection is limited edition and can be seen in her new video “Real Pirates of the Caribbean.” The video features a toe-headed Okley Leslie, who models the pieces from the collection that can be found on the singer’s website and purchased from Karmaloop.

The whole range can be found here at Karmaloop.

Click through to see the rest of the collection

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Big sale on at the Karmaloop Kazbah

by Andy on September 25, 2008

Even if I haven’t mentioned it for a loooooooong time, I still really like the Karmaloop Kazbah, it gives small up-and-coming brands a chance to mix it with established names, and from what I’ve heard, a lot of brands are very happy to be on there, so everyone wins!

And now you can be a winner too, because there’s a massive sale going on all over the Kazbah. No word on when it ends, so as I always say, if you want it, get on it.

Karmaloop Kazbah


The 11th Hour by Obey at Karmaloop

by Andy on August 15, 2008

Gee, I haven’t posted anything from Karmaloop, have I?

Just from the name of the design it may be the case that a lot of you know what this tee is all about… the environment. Obey seem to be fairly involved with the 11th Hour Action group, the same group that brought us the Leonardo DiCaprio fronted The 11th Hour documentary last year, and this tee seems to be their way of promoting the group and the values that it represents.

Of course, the design is classic Shepard Fairey, although I would point out that the hands on the clock don’t actually seem to be pointing at 11 o’clock.

Costiness=$28 Buy the tee at Karmaloop


What, what, tally ho and all that, because this is the third British post in a row, you practically need a cup of tea in your hand just to read the blog today!

Famed doodler Jon Burgerman has put his own spin on Yes No Maybe‘s name and produced this rather spiffy looking tee. One of the things that I like about Yes No Maybe is that whilst they do put their name in most of their products, they never do it in a way that screams “this is a logo tee, everyone go and buy YNM clothes,” its more like they’re using they tell artists to create a design that is inspired by the name, not about the name, which I guess means that they’ve got a lot of great opportunities for playing with typography. Another interesting thing about this design is that it marks the beginning of YNMs summer colour range, they’re going to be using the traffic light colourway of red, orange, and green over the next few months in a lot of their summer releases, possibly in reference to the ridiculous amounts of traffic that clog up the arteries of Britain’s road network as soon as the sun pops out from behind the clouds for five minutes.

Costiness=£26 Tee Link (that’s the men’s grey tee, other styles and colours can be found here)



Yes Huzzah Goods, you are being quoted in the title.

Karmaloop aren’t just one of the world’s biggest streetwear websites, they also have a traditional bricks and mortar store on Newbury Street, Boston (the same street as Johnny Cupcakes store) which has just been redesigned and reopened. I don’t know what it looked like before, but I know it looks pretty freakin’ sweet now. They’ll be selling some of the products that are available online, as well as a few lines that are going to be exclusive to the store. You can also shop online in the store if they don’t stock something you want, and you’ll get free shipping on those online orders, which is quite a clever way of marrying the online and offline experience.

As you’d expect, they’ve also put together a video on KarmaloopTV where the Karmaloop CEO, Greg Selkoe gives you a guided tour of the new retail space. Also as you’d expect, I’ve embedded that video below.

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