Category Archives: shirts
What is Corndogging? Well, aside from looking at the hashtag on Instagram to reveal some weird photos, it’s the act of wasting (valuable) resources such as daylight, money, etc., in the pursuit of ‚Äč incongruous or‚Äč curious and/or seemingly pointless endeavors.
Synonyms: Fucking Around, Killing Time, Dicking Around, Chilling, Fucking Off, Dilly Dallying, Fartin Around.
‚ÄčThis t-shirt ‚Äč‚Äč‚Äčfeatures Bojangle, the Patron Saint of Corn Dogging and is in stock now at Yonder Journal. The dudes also have stock of other randomness, so head over and check it out.
Mash honors the greatest bicycle component manufacturer of all time with a classy and minimal pocket t-shirt. Seriously, I love this one!
Everyone has a clever 4th of July post up right now, but I couldn’t find a better image to represent the exuberance of America’s independence AND the Tour (what is up with this?!)… Manual for Speed does it again. Pick one of these up at Manual for Speed and eat a damn hot dog for me, America.
… and drink some bourbon. And blow stuff up. And get sunburnt. And listen to records. And ride a made in the USA bike!
Dan Chabanov knows a thing about bike racing. Scoop up one of these “Lousy” t-shirts at his web shop.
I love these shirts and they look even better in black. Head over to Shred Club to pick up one of the Bro Cycling Team shirts in black.
When I approached LAND here in Austin to do the branding for The Radavist, I gave them a few requests. One of which being a spirit animal. I wanted it to be a severe abstraction of a bicycle wheel. The resulting image was a jackal, with a back that was scarred from falling and a long tail that it walks on, much like a tire tread.
The other reference is pretty straight forward. I’ve always loved the Leica logo, so we took some cues from it for the script logo. Both of these elements represent what I believe the Radavist embodies.
I’m very happy with the branding as a whole, LAND did an amazing job mixing in elements from obscure references like the Elder Futhark, which we’ve seen on other t-shirts. There’s more to come this week, in terms of products, but we’ll start off with a summer staple: the white pocket tee.
These American Apparel pocket t-shirts were printed by Industry here in Austin and are $25 + shipping.
An all-time classic design from Cinelli gets an homage via this new shirt by Mash.
I wear this combination when I go camping, or on my MTB and around town on errands. The Mission Workshop Stahl shorts and District merino henley are back in stock now.
This is the third rendition of the popular Manual for Speed tee, in stock now at MFS. I dig the peach fade on this one!
In Elder Futhark, the rune raidŇć means “ride or journey”. It is the mark of the Radavist. This rune is part of the talisman logo featured on the front pocket. On the rear, the spirit animal of the Radavist, a jackal with a scarred back that walks on its tail and the motto “Rubber Side Up”.
These American Apparel pocket tees were printed using natural discharge ink at Industry Print Shop here in Austin. After a few washes, you won’t even feel where the print was. Make sure you wash them before wearing.
Scoop one up below for $25 + Shipping. Sorry, sold out…