A fellow Washington, D.C. area blogger posted a great round up of some of the hippest t-shirt retailers on the Net (via DC Blogs). The whole t-shirt phenomenon is just amazing. It reminds me a bit of the blogging phenomenon. You know, once the cost of posting web content became free everyone suddenly became a writer. Well, with the advent of sites like CafePress and Zazzle anyone can design a t-shirt these days.
It got me thinking about sites I have seen over the years that have had some of the coolest cycling related t-shirts. So I went culling through my bookmarks and found some of the links I have collected. There are some pretty cool t-shirt designs in this collection, but I am sure there must be more and maybe better out there.
Nonetheless, I will present you with my list. If you know of any cool cycling t-shirt sites out there let us know. Or just let us know your favorites. And here they are (in no particular order):
Fortyninesixteen: Perhaps one of my favorites. A very urban messenger like style that exudes cool.
Laek House: One or two designs that are destined to be classics.
Twin Six: Makes a few cool T's in addition to their jerseys and other cycling gear.
Microcosm Publishing: A publishing company that makes a few rebellion oriented cycling T's.
Verge Sport: Has a few cycling cartoon images available on shirts.
CafePress: Some interesting designs on ho-hum apparel. Do a search on different keywords.
Zazzle: Same as CafePress.
Added the following on November 21, 2006:
Flirtees: Pretty and strong T's for women. Very cute!
Art by Opsal: Racing classics represented on skinny T's.
Evomo: Emotional and raw designs for apres riding.