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Polo Shirts




It’s quite a small collection from Black Thunder, but at least they’ve managed a bit of variety by releasing a tee, a polo shirt and a custom snapback. Getting down to brass tacks (what does that actually mean?) you’re looking at €28 for the hat, €22 for the polo (available in male and female cuts), and a very reasonable €15 for the tee.

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Yes, there’s quite a lot of pictures up there, but there’s also quite a lot of new stuff in this Spring collection (dubbed ‘Occupy Minds’) from Still Proud.

…our Spring release has dropped complete with 4 new graphic t’s (including 2 girl prints), 2 raglans, a windbreaker, snapback & our very first polo!

It’s a solid collection,and it really is a collection, all the pieces work well together and give a cohesive look. I really like that polo shirt too (you don’t hear that from me often), the fist is a nice punk twist on what you would usually expect from the usually horse and crocodile filled world of polo shirts.

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Post image for “Run Humans” and “Zombie Corps” Polo Shirts at 604Republic now


It’s pretty rare that I post polo shirts, mostly because it’s pretty rare that I wear them, but these two new polos from 604Republic are pretty fun. $30 a piece an available now.

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sleepy dan t-shirts


Dan got in touch to let me know what has been going on at Sleep Dan recently, and the e-mail was practically an essay, the man has been busy!

The biggest news is obviously the latest release you can see above, with 4 new graphic tees ($26 a piece), a couple of v-necks ($22), and a couple of polos ($28). Solid release with a decent amount of variety to it, which is something that I often feel conscious of when talking to Dan that he doesn’t just want to be known for selling t-shirts, and wants to explore all aspects of where he can take the brand.

Other big news is that Dan has been accepted as part of the Karmaloop Kazbah, which will hopefully give him a good avenue for extra exposure for the brand since Karmaloop is such a massive entity.



Closer to home Dan has also been busy in his local community organising a gallery event for artists to create Sleepy Dan themed paintings whilst he did live screen printing to celebrate the release of the latest collection.

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publik polo shirt




Let’s be honest, if you think of polo shirts, you tend to think about guys wearing polos with a little embroidered horse on them, or if you’re in the UK/Europe it might be a crocodile (is Lacoste popular in the US? I can’t remember). That’s fine, but it’s normal, and if you’re visiting HYA chances are you don’t want to wear something normal, so these fun polo shirts from Japanese brand Publik are very welcome for those times when a t-shirt is too casual, but a shirt is too formal. With Publik being a fairly premium brand and Genevieve Gauckler and Sho Watanabe doing the design work it’s fair to say that we aren’t in bargain basement territory with these polos, but if you like them to the degree of $78ish then have at it.

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grim reaper polo shirt

I wish that we could see these new items in the flesh at Super7, but since they aren’t even released yet (don’t worry, you’ll just have to wait a couple of hours) I guess we can’t blame them. I like the polo shirts more than the hoodie because it subverts the norm, everyone is used to seeing a little horse on a polo shirt, and this grim reaper version is just subtle enough that people won’t notice it for a while, which I think it’s pretty neat.

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T-shirt news for March 27th

by Andy on March 27, 2012

half life t-shirts

Considering how popular Half Life is it’s no wonder that TeeFury decided it would be a good idea to produce a related shirt.


Shirt.Woot drop one of my favourite Star Wars t-shirts for a while.


Nice Sherlock shirt from RIPT today.
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fur face boy astroboy


Wow, wow, wow. To say that I’m impressed by this latest release from Fur Face Boy is something of an understatement. Their designs feel like a lot of fun to me, as if I’d smile every time I pulled one out of the cupboard in the morning.

The shirts come in at $29.99 a piece and you can get free shipping at the moment with the coupon code FFBSHIPPING.

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A nice polo shirt be Danse Macabre

by Andy on January 14, 2011

scissors polo t-shirt

This polo is only available in size large, I thought I’d get that out of the way before people got their hopes up too much. It’s pretty rare that I post a polo shirt on HYA, I don’t have anything against them, it’s just pretty rare that I see one I like, but the simplicity of this shirt is attractive to me, especially with the scissors crest colour matching the accents on the polo.

Costiness=£14 Buy it at Danse Macabre

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Clearly I’ve been sat on this sale for a bit longer than I should have, but you’ve still got a few days to get in on the sale action at Tolky Monkys. Tees €12, hoodies €39, and polos €25 for a few more days.

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Exploded Hoodies & Polos

by Andy on October 18, 2009

explodedhoodies

That title just gave me a great idea for a video… now I just need to work out how to blow hoodies and I’ll be a millionaire (an internet millionaire, not an actual millionaire).

The popular Exploded series has expanded from tees to putting a couple of designs on hoodies and polos. I’d like to see the DaVinci style hoodie have a much larger print, but it simply isn’t possible with the kangaroo pocket in the way, so there’s not much they could do about that, but the Exploded 128 design is much more accommodating of that size of print. Hoodies are $33 (+$7 shipping), polos $33 (+$5 shipping), and they will both start shipping on October 29th.

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New guys polo shirts from Tolky Monkys

by Andy on June 29, 2009

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I guess that there may well be occasions over the summer when you want to where something that is ever-so-slightly more upscale than a tee, a polo shirt may well be the answer to that particular sartorial conundrum, and I’m sure there would be far worse options than picking up a polo from my favourite Madrid-based purveyor of character-based clothing (yep, that’s a niche), Tolky Monkys.

Go straight to the polos here or get more details about them at the TM blog.

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I don’t really know what the connection is between the American election and them selling t-shirts for $10 ($18 polos, $25 hoodies), but I don’t want to question it too much in case I jinx it and they pull the sale.

Oddica

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What’s new at Artoys?

by Andy on October 3, 2008


Artoys don’t just sell lovingly moulded pieces of vinyl, they also have a clothing line called ATZ that just dropped part of its fall collection, and they must have dropped it from a great height, because the designs are making a pretty big splash in the waters around the good ship HYA… that means I like them. Its hardly surprising that I like them considering they got the doodle-King Jon Burgerman on board to do a design for them, as well as some fellow called Superdeux that I hadn’t heard of before but am glad I have now.

Artoyz

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Oddica is back (queue dramatic music)

by Andy on September 30, 2008


Sometimes I wish that HYA was a TV show so that I could accompany stories with music, because I think that backing this story would be the music that plays during the Darth Maul x Obi-Wan lightsaber duel during The Phantom Menace. Partially because I want to over-hype the return of Oddica after an unfortunate hiatus of 9 months, and partially because I think that me presenting a segment on TV with music that ridiculously dramatic would be totally badass.

Sorry, I believe I have a news item to tell you. Oddica have released there first new designs since 2007, and they certainly do not disappoint. Good to have you back Oddica, we’ve missed you.

Oddica

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Wrongwrok’s Fall Collection 2008

by Andy on September 11, 2008


Wrongwroks continues his/their (I’m never sure which to put) blistering release schedule by putting up their Fall line just a few weeks after returning from a triumphant show in Taipei. I really like the selection of hats that have just been released, the ‘Everyone Steals’ tee is a nice jab at his critics, and the Dorabob character has evolved once again, this time being mashed up with a Marlboro colorway.

Wrongwroks

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PICT2375

Y’know, just last night I was wondering what had happened to Oddica, they just kinda went quiet after showing so much promise (and so many great designs) in their first year of existence. Well, that’s all being rectified, and we can look forward to seeing some new designs from the land of Odd once again in the near future.

For now though, you can get back in the Oddica mood by taking advantage of their $10 sale. Tees are $10, hoodies are a ridiculously reasonable $20, and polos are $18. All are printed on American Apparel blanks, so you know its a bargain, although stocks of some sizes and designs are fairly limited. The sale will run until September 15th.

Oddica

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75% off at Attus Apparel… hurry!

by Andy on August 29, 2008


How crazy is that for a discount? 75%! I don’t think I’ve ever seen a 75% off everything discount before. Time to stock up on polo shirts my friends (and even my enemies, this deal is too good for anyone to miss).

Just input the coupon code fivefingerdiscount at the checkout to get the discount applied to your virtual basket. Be quick though, this code is only valid until August 31st.

Attus Apparel [via notcot]

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I’ve never really been all that into polo shirts with prints on them, but I think that this new polo line from Madrid-based label Tolky Monkys might turn me around on this piece of collared casual wear.

As usual, the designs are character based, and I’m really impressed with all of them, the tees are just for the girls and includes some really cute designs, the polos are for guys and girls.

Check out the girls tees, check out the polos.

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