I bought the unisex rather than the women's, which appears to be lilac in colour. I think the dark greyish-blue of the unisex shirt is more unique and it suits the pattern well. It's one of my favourite T-shirts, very comfortable and the art is fantastic.
I have quite an array of T-shirts - mostly with gaming, sci-fi, or superhero images. This shirt is one of my favorites - I love the color, it's unlike any other shirt I own. And the fabric is super-soft and stretchy! It's exceptionally comfortable, fits me well (even though I have broader shoulders and chest than is typical for my size) and it just plain looks cool and unique!
If you don't buy one of these shirts, you will NEVER be as cool as me. Can you live with that shame?
Excellent, rather thin, hoodie with fine details. Print is rock-solid, and the patch is a really cool add-on to be placed by yourself. Since I live in Europe, I was a bit afraid about US sizes; however, the sizing guides provided by Fangamer are 100% accurate, just get your measuring tape and you'll exactly know what to order. Also, packaging is good, shipping is fast. Absolutely recommended, thanks, A++!
There's just something about your first ship -- rickety and prone to breaches, perhaps, but you'll never forget the first time you crank up that FTL drive.
Designed by Jon Kay and discharge-printed by the space cases at Forward with waterbase inks that blend right into the fabric.
Printed on American Apparel's insanely comfortable poly/cotton blaqua shirt (3X-5X are Gildan 2000 Blue Dusk, women's sizes are Bella 6000h Heather Navy.) This is the kind of shirt that gains a little character with each wash -- just make sure to turn it inside out before washing!
Comes with a Kestrel ship sticker!