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Yeah, the first few I bought was XL, and have switched to Large because the XL is quite big. Cam still get away with it, but by normal standards those XL's are big.

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Just got the three shirts I ordered. Super fast shipping. But be warned--if you are debating what size to get these shirts run WAYYYY bigger than listed. I got XL and they could easily be XXL or even bigger. I know they are pre-shrunk but I'm going to throw them in the dryer and see if I can't shrink them up a little.

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be warned--if you are debating what size to get these shirts run WAYYYY bigger than listed. I got XL and they could easily be XXL or even bigger.

 

yeah,im sticking with Large every time I order now since my 1st purchase :)

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be warned--if you are debating what size to get these shirts run WAYYYY bigger than listed. I got XL and they could easily be XXL or even bigger.

 

yeah,im sticking with Large every time I order now since my 1st purchase :)

My wife (the miracle worker) nuked my 3 shirts in the dryer and somehow managed to shrink down all three (that were supposedly pre-shrunk) into normal XL's. She's awesome! \m/

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No mention of it, but am assuming that other than the size, you think they are great quality.

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The t-shirt i want the most is "suicidal tendencies - feel like shit de-ja-vu"

But have more chance of finding "jimmy hoffa"

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No mention of it, but am assuming that other than the size, you think they are great quality.

Absolutely. Top quality, great looking shirts, better even than recent official purchases.

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and better priced than a lot of big name bands charge

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and better priced than a lot of big name bands charge

 

Absolutely,I paid £22 each for two Whitesnake t-shirts on thursday night at their Concert for me and my son,and only on saturday my Roxy Blue & Cliff Burton t-shirts arrived from Bulgaria for half that price.

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anyone know his contact info? ebay has suspended his account for selling bootleg shirts. I still have an open transaction with him and wanted to buy some more stuff in the future -.-

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anyone know his contact info? ebay has suspended his account for selling bootleg shirts. I still have an open transaction with him and wanted to buy some more stuff in the future -.-

Are you effing kidding me? That sucks. I will pm you the link to his shirt website in a couple hours.

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Thats a joke,the guys stuff was excellent,good job he still has his own online store.

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He sent me an email about being suspended a day after I used buy it now on a Roxy Blue T shirt. Did he email you cool breeze? So many counterfeit t's on Ebay (many of them super cool to boot). What a crock of shit!!!!

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and as for the shirts being bootlegs. yeah, I can understand if its new shirts by curent bands, but most of these shirts will never ever be in production again.

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and as for the shirts being bootlegs. yeah, I can understand if its new shirts by curent bands, but most of these shirts will never ever be in production again.

 

Exactly,where else are you gonna find a lillian axe-love & war or roxy blue-want some tour t-shirt in great condition at a great price? Most of his stuff is 80's early 90's bands and tours long since gone.

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I felt exactly the same way.

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Survivor - Going The Distance Tour '82.

 

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