Embedded.fm TShirts Available Until 6/30

We are doing a limited run tshirt sale at Teespring. You have until June 30th, 2016 to buy an Embedded.fm shirt. 


There are men's sizes as well as women's. Several colors, some of which are black, most of which are not black. All of them have one of Sarah Petkus's fantastic designs. 

Full disclosure: we are making a small profit which will go toward paying for our beautiful new logo, tshirts for us, and (if you all buy a shirt) more dinosaur sculptures (!).

There are four types of tshirts offered. Teespring will tell you all about them but here's what I understand:

  • Bella Women's Fitted V-Neck: 4.2oz 100% combed and ringspun cotton. Made in USA, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Pakistan. You may prefer to order one or two sizes up (these are sort of tiny). Sizing Offered: S - 2XL
  • American Apparel Unisex Crew: 4.3 oz, 16 Colors are 100% ringspun combed fine jersey. Made in USA. Fitted, may want to order up. Sizing Offered: XS - 3XL 
  • American Apparel Men's and Women's Triblend Tee: Material: 3.7 oz., 50% polyester, 25% ringspun cotton, 25% rayon. Made in USA. Sizing Offered S - 2XL.
  • Gildan 6.1oz Long Sleeve, Relaxed Fit. 6 oz, 100% preshrunk cotton. Probably made in Honduras. No need to size up. Note the much heavier weight. Sizing Offered S-5XL.

Note that the "View Sizing Chart & Product Details" link under the shirt type is pretty useful. The Gildans are the old-relaxed fit you may be accustomed to. The others are tighter. My plan is to get the AA Triblend Tee XL for me and hoping it is the luscious softness of the Hackaday shirts. And I'll get a Bella VNeck and get a 2XL. I'll probably get two L crews for Christopher (and then steal them). Unless he wants triblends. Or long sleeve.

With Teespring, we have to have a minimum order quantity. However, we will definitely be printing the shirts! I posted the link to Twitter and then wrote this post and the minimum order quantity has already been hit. Thank you!

This is not exactly a shirt option I chose. But you get the idea.