All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Apparel’

Urban Outfitters Apologizes for Selling Bloody Kent State Sweatshirt

Urban Outfitters has done it again. The often overpriced clothing company has offended the masses again by selling what appeared to be a blood-spattered Kent State University sweatshirt. Most people who have been through high school are aware of the Kent State massacre. The incident occurred in 1970 in Kent, Ohio. Students all across the country were protesting the expansion …

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USPS Clothing Line to be Sold Next Year

The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has announced a new partnership with Cleveland apparel manufacturer Wahconah Group. The companies will create the “Rain Heat & Snow” line of apparel and “accessory products.” The clothes will be designed around the unofficial USPS creed, “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their …

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NBA: Sleeved Uniforms Announced For the Warriors

Adidas and the Golden State Warriors this week unveiled a new uniform with “modern” short sleeves. The uniform is also the team’s lightest uniform ever – 26% lighter than current Warriors uniforms. “Players on every court like to have a unique sense of style,” said Lawrence Norman, vice president for adidas global basketball. “We were excited to work side-by-side for …

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Skyrim Arrow In The Knee Shirt Brings Back Dead Horse Meme

I used to think this joke was funny. Then, like most denizens of the interwebs, I saw it everywhere and it lost any semblance of humor. Then, I saw this shirt – and I’m pretty sure that I want it. Skyrim players will immediately recognize the joke contained in today’s deal of the day at woot.com’s spin-off site for daily …

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A Facebook Shower Curtain?

Are you so addicted to Facebook to the point you want to decorate your dwelling with a look and feel that matches the Facebook layout? What about your shower curtain? If so, you’re in luck. Introducing the Social Shower Curtain, which is named after the familiar format that inspired it. Naturally, the avoidance of the “Facebook” trademark applies here, hence …

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