FinalGear Shirts: 2010 Design Contest

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KaJuN

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I haven't had any feedback regarding these last shirts so I assume they came out better than the Utter Pirates/I Was the Stig/FG Motorsports 08.

The most recent shirts are still looking brand new for me and they get worn regularly. The original Finalgear shirt is badly faded and has been for a while. The I Was the Stig shirt shrunk a lot in the wash so it's been basically unwearable since I first got it.
 

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My only gripe with my shirt is that it shrunk, quite badly... so I really only wear it lounging around the house now. I may just buy the next size up and see where that takes it, this time.
 

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All my shirts look brand new as of right now, all have been worn and washed (and tumble dried) many times. No shrinking or degrading of the prints at all.
 

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The Outlines and The Usual Suspect shirts are excellent quality - mine still look like new and they didn't shrink one bit.
 

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I want to know what I do to destroy my shirts then... every thing I ever own shrinks. :|

NOT AMUSED
 

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Jesus, doesn't anyone know how to properly do laundry around here? Wash in cold water inside out, then hang up to dry.
 

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The Outlines and The Usual Suspect shirts are excellent quality - mine still look like new and they didn't shrink one bit.

I wish I'd got myself organised and ordered one of the Outlines shirts. They looked awesome. *sigh*
 

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I wish I'd got myself organised and ordered one of the Outlines shirts. They looked awesome. *sigh*

i got one of the very last ones, and happy i bought it! one of the coolest shirts i own :D
 

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All my shirts have been fine, although the 'I was the Stig' and 'Utter Pirates' were both ordered in large instead of medium so I wouldn't notice if they shrunk. Outlines is still my favourite and I wear it as much as I can, it's the first one I go for if I'm off to a car show. Careless Air is a close second.

I think the voting starts on the 11th.
 

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How about something like this

http://img20.imageshack.**/img20/8459/alfabet.jpg

There's a lawsuit waiting to happen, and for such an ugly front end too.
 
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my contribution to the war effort.....thought hoodies might be a good idea seeing as it'll be winter in Europe and the US soon (and its already cold as hell here in Oz).
I just adapted a design that i spotted earlier (page 8?)
finalgearhoodie.jpg
 

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Jesus, doesn't anyone know how to properly do laundry around here? Wash in cold water inside out, then hang up to dry.

Cold water FTW, although I use the dryer on the lowest possible heat setting.
 

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I only throw my shirts in the dryer if I was supposed to be somewhere 15 minutes ago.
 

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30C wash inside out, low heat easycare setting on the drier, and a cool iron if you feel the need. Job done.
 

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my contribution to the war effort.....thought hoodies might be a good idea seeing as it'll be winter in Europe and the US soon (and its already cold as hell here in Oz).
What the hell gives you that idea? Last I checked it's June and that means the beginning of the summer in the northern hemisphere. The seasons are opposite in the southern hemisphere. It isn't even close to winter here.
 

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my contribution to the war effort.....thought hoodies might be a good idea seeing as it'll be winter in Europe and the US soon (and its already cold as hell here in Oz).
I just adapted a design that i spotted earlier (page 8?)
finalgearhoodie.jpg

I'd go for this with just the FG logo on the sleeve and maybe across the back.
 
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