Relabelling, tagging custom clothing can be the finishing touches Big Crash Less Than Jake shirt. The thing that turns a very good piece of custom apparel into an absolutely stunning one. An item that people treasure and always hold close to their hearts. The garment that they want to pick off the rail, the hoody that catches their eye on the shelf, the t-shirt they get at a gig and always reminds them of a fantastic night. Lots of factors contribute to that feeling. The quality and design of the clothing. The circumstances in which you buy an item. All hugely important. But sometimes it can be the little things which make the difference and swing the decision.
Big Crash Less Than Jake shirt, unisex, premium ladies, longsleeve, hoodie and sweater t-shirt
There is a logo on the front of the t-shirt but the main design is on the back, so I will focus on that Big Crash Less Than Jake shirt. The white and red colors look good on the back and the composition of the design works. The content of the design, however, has no meaning for me and therefore doesn’t interest me. It might spark a conversation but if I were wearing it and someone asked me about it I would just say that I don’t know what it’s about.
OK, I’ll be direct here. I don’t understand the design. I have a feeling it’s just garbage with no real meaning (feel free to enlighten me). I live in Japan where they love to put English text on t-shirts. The meaning is not important but rather how the words look or even in some cases what the individual words mean. If I had seen someone wearing this in my neighborhood, I would have just thought to myself “there we go again with the nonsensical English t-shirts”.
Kira Murphy –
Comfortable and nice looking
Rianna Henkel –
Great quality, but order a size up.
After an inspection of the clothing they appear to be made quite well. There were no openings in the seems, no loose/unraveling threads, no tears, or stains.
Unfortunately, even with measuring myself before ordering, they did not fit. I ordered medium, in accordance to their sizing chart, but it felt much too tight. Almost like it was trying to be a muscle shirt. So, order a size bigger and you should be good there.
Finally, I learned I don’t like “heavy cotton.” A lot of other reviewers said the fabric was soft. To me it was indeed heavy, too heavy, and was more roughly-textured that I expected. Not what I call soft.
I liked the quality of the construction though, and these issues ultimately shouldn’t count against the product itself. Size chart just needs some adjustment, and the fabric issues are just my own preferences.
Alexander Dvorkin –
Exact size fits well
Benjamin Devlin –
Like very much
I ordered these oversized for sleeping in and I’m very pleased they are nice and soft 100%cotten so I ordered 2 more on the way I was surprised that they didn’t shrink much at all 👍👍