Merch Hunter - Large

This week, in place of the usual triptych of found items and a T-Shirt of the Week, Merch Hunter is dedicated entirely to the mighty tee, the single most versatile member of the wardrobe family. Why 12? Well, science has proven that 12 is the magic number in terms of tee ownership (don’t look it up, it was published in a science journal you probably won’t know of…), allowing the owner to rotate nicely across two weeks, while taking a three day slot for whichever design is the Featured of the Week. After a few months of this rotation, throw in a few wild cards, thanks to supplemental purchase, and you’ll have a winning formula for T-shirt success. And yes, it really should be that mathematical.

I seriously had to resist the urge to just make a list of the 100 Star Wars T-Shirts You Need To Own Now, but that will no doubt appear in the future, given how many incredibly impressive designs there are out there (and hardly any of them lining George Lucas’s pocket).

For once, my inane wafflings are not needed at all to sell the inclusions below, just look at the pictures and see how many of them you can resist. I’d advise buying them all obviously: but try to only wear one at a time.

1. Han Shot First

Buy one here.

2. Born To Rebel

Buy one here.

3. The Spinal Tap Skeleton Shirt

Buy one here.

4. Baggins Family Jewelers

Buy one here.

5. Drummers Get All The Girls

Buy one here.

6. This Is Bat Country

Buy one here.

7. My Name Is Inigo Montoya

Buy one here.

8. B Is For Braaaaaaains

Buy one here.

9. 8 Bit Karate Kid

Buy one here.

10. Why So Curious?

Buy one here.

11. Loving It

Buy one here.

12. Xenolution

Buy one here.

Oh, and you’re bloody welcome.

As far as we know, we’ve yet to feature any pants in Merch Hunter


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