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August 19, 2004

Daddy Type t-shirts are back

daddy type t-shirt, so copyrighted it's CRAZY

3 April Update: Shirts are temporarily out of stock. Please check back in a week or two before ordering. Thanks.

I ordered up a second batch of 'daddy type' T-shirts. They're the same as before: with 'daddy type' screened in battleship gray on the front of a white, fitted, 100% cotton jersey tee from American Apparel.

Why not get one now for yourself, or for the daddy in your life?

buy a daddy type t-shirt ($15+ $2 s&h)
size preferred:

posted August 19, 2004 10:38 PM | add to del.icio.us | digg this



I just found your site. Please consider making these on something other than white, and in XXL. I can think of a *lot* of transgendered guys who have kids who would love this. (In other words, birth moms who have transition...or adopted or whatever.) I just bought one. I would buy one for a friend, too, but would need an XXL.

posted by: Ty at August 20, 2004 1:49 PM

I hate to admit it, but it's true: I underestimated the size of my TG audience.

Waitaminnit, let me rephrase that--

But seriously, thanks for the order, and for checking out the site. After receiving various inquiries and suggestions from a whole range of dads, the next batch of shirts'll have more options as well.

posted by: greg from daddytypes at August 20, 2004 7:58 PM

I like the white and grey. It matches the colors of the site :) And I used to sell mens clothing so I know how popular XXL can be and how irrate wives can get when we say we do not have a big and tall section.

posted by: Patty at August 20, 2004 8:14 PM

Yeah Greg I would love to order a shirt but I seem to be a bit big for the sizes offered. Ok I'm more than a bit big but since leaving the Army I've started to spread out LOL.

posted by: Jason at January 20, 2005 1:10 PM

Yeah, the American Apparel shirts are pretty fitted. The L is probably maxed out at 42-44 chest and a 34 waist, while the XL is looser but still fits a 44 fine, and is good up to about 48/36-38. If you're any bigger than that, the shirts start to look like you're still trying to fit into an old college-era shirt. [At least that's the way it looks on me.]

posted by: greg from daddytypes.com at January 20, 2005 1:25 PM

Hi!How long do your t-shirts take to ship?

posted by: padjoa at February 17, 2005 1:00 PM

You'll have to ask Logistics.

Logistics here. It usually takes about five minutes for me to walk them over to the post office, where they take about 3-5 days.

Thanks, Logistics.

posted by: greg from daddytypes at February 17, 2005 3:11 PM
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