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24 June 2009 - 10:20 AMI was just on another forumwhen I saw this:
The guy is partnering up with Lapco and if he gets 50 takers, Lapco will produce limited edition Unported Bigshots.
10 November 2008 - 10:09 PMHey guys,
I'm Lee Smith of Dead Box Clothing and I'm happy to announce that we are now in business full swing. We about as deep into paintball as you can get and we gear our line towards what we love. We want to reach other markets, but we're going to start with what we know.
Our work is 100% in house, with a product line that ranges from t-shirts, hoodies, hats, beanies, jerseys, banners, decals, and custom team gear...to name a few. Our roots are in woodsball/scenario play, but we do not limit ourselves to those two styles.
Our website, deadboxpaintball.com - Home is nearing completion, but in getting ready for the recent event and getting inventory up, the site is yet to be complete. It will be operational soon, but until then, we are offering our products and services via the Spec Ops Forums.
Here are a few of our designs that we have printed up and ready to roll.
Our shirts are printed on Hanes 6.1oz. tagless tees and hold up well. If you ordered an OSF shirt at the beginning of 2008, it's the same shirt those were printed on.
Spec Ops Price: 1 Shirt - $15, 2 Shirts - $25 SHIPPED
Until our site is up, I will be selling with my PayPal account, so PM me for purchases.
Lastly, Dead Box Clothing also does custom team and event shirts. A major perk to most of the games we've played has been a game tee. They serve as a constant reminder of a great event as well as promote future events. One crucial aspect of team building is funding and we understand that. Team shirts, jerseys, hoodies, and other items such as these are a great way to identify yourselves and build your teams budget for supplies and other essentials. Email us at email@example.com for a quote on your team or event supplies.
Updates to come.
Dead Box Clothing
18 October 2008 - 02:33 PMI assume all of you guys are fans of T-shirts....What's your favorite brand?
- Hanes 50/50
- Hanes Tagless
- Hanes Beefy
Why do you like the one you say you like?
Any exeperience with quality on the above?
- too heavy
- too thin
I'm interested to see what you guys have to say. Can't wait to see the results.
- Hanes 50/50