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  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeJ View Post
    They run fairly long so yeah, shouldn't be a problem to tuck in an XL. My friend is 6' 4" and wears the XL and it's not an issue.
    I have 1 main nitpick about all clothing brands sold online. It is invaluable to have a couple different models (even if they are the owners and not real models) show how a M and a Large fit, along with the Models height/weight. When these two sizes are modeled its really easy to see how a M/L might fit a p[erson, but also if the M fits well on someone a little bigger than me, i know that a S would be right for me, and similar thinking with knowing if i should go L or XL. You dont need to model all 4 sizes to show how all 4 sizes might fit, just the middle two.

    I am tall and athletic/lean with a long torso and am always stuck between an XL or L, and seeing a pic of a real life person (with stats) wearing the shirt is SUPER helpful. I cant tell you how many times ive just said fuckit im not buying a shirt because i cant decide on size and i dont want to risk the hassle of a return of a too small/baggy shirt.

    I think your shirts are sweet. I just took a chance on a size L of the blue wavy shirt... hope it fits well for a florida trip to visit family in May

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    Quote Originally Posted by californiagrown View Post
    I have 1 main nitpick about all clothing brands sold online. It is invaluable to have a couple different models (even if they are the owners and not real models) show how a M and a Large fit, along with the Models height/weight. When these two sizes are modeled its really easy to see how a M/L might fit a p[erson, but also if the M fits well on someone a little bigger than me, i know that a S would be right for me, and similar thinking with knowing if i should go L or XL. You dont need to model all 4 sizes to show how all 4 sizes might fit, just the middle two.

    I am tall and athletic/lean with a long torso and am always stuck between an XL or L, and seeing a pic of a real life person (with stats) wearing the shirt is SUPER helpful. I cant tell you how many times ive just said fuckit im not buying a shirt because i cant decide on size and i dont want to risk the hassle of a return of a too small/baggy shirt.

    I think your shirts are sweet. I just took a chance on a size L of the blue wavy shirt... hope it fits well for a florida trip to visit family in May
    Yeah, I agree and will be adding more photos of people actually wearing them soon.
    I ski 135 degree chutes switch to the road.

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    Nice, J, good luck with the business.
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    Kiss ass. Definetly not my style, as if I have one, but I love the small business venture.

    Apparently, the definition of a trucker hat has changed. In my mind it has to me foam front and 5 panel (not the dork hat new school 5 panel)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
    Kiss ass. Definetly not my style, as if I have one, but I love the small business venture.

    Apparently, the definition of a trucker hat has changed. In my mind it has to me foam front and 5 panel (not the dork hat new school 5 panel)
    DOnt know much about panels but a trucker hat is foam in the front mesh in the back since 1974

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsy View Post
    DOnt know much about panels but a trucker hat is foam in the front mesh in the back since 1974
    This was my original understanding as well, but was told the definition basically expanded in recent years to any hat with mesh back and snap fits. I don’t know… I was divided on using that terminology. Maybe I’ll drop it?
    I ski 135 degree chutes switch to the road.

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    Whatever sells hats. I'm just laughing at the print polo truckers hat combo...and that was supposed to say kick ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
    Whatever sells hats. I'm just laughing at the print polo truckers hat combo...and that was supposed to say kick ass.
    I appreciate the feedback. I went ahead and removed "trucker" from the description - even though the factory that makes them labels them that way, I agree it's not really what I consider to be a classic trucker hat. Just called it a mesh back instead.
    I ski 135 degree chutes switch to the road.

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    Congrats TJ! Stuff looks great!

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    Nice stuff man! I ordered a pina colada. Thanks for the discount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeJ View Post
    This was my original understanding as well, but was told the definition basically expanded in recent years to any hat with mesh back and snap fits. I don’t know… I was divided on using that terminology. Maybe I’ll drop it?
    It's a 5 panel. A trucker has one foam panel.

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    If you search Google pics for "trucker hat" you see both 5 and 6 panel are called trucker hats. My head likes the fit of my 6 panel mesh back Pro Ski Service embroidered Port Authority trucker hat.
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    My sister digs her flamingo shirt


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    Swirlo - A Maggot Golf Apparel Brand

    Quote Originally Posted by 54-46 View Post
    My sister digs her flamingo shirt
    Good to hear. For anyone wondering in terms of quality, these polos are produced on the exact same factory line as Footjoy / Titleist, PGA of America, etc. Really tried to do made in the USA but the quality was just lacking, sadly.
    I ski 135 degree chutes switch to the road.

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    What’s the genesis of the name TJ? Congrats on the venture.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Shirk View Post
    What’s the genesis of the name TJ? Congrats on the venture.
    It’s a domain name I registered about 20 years ago and always had the plan of using it for something. I figured the swirl / round / golf ball imagery was fitting.
    I ski 135 degree chutes switch to the road.

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    I can’t read it without hearing “Smoko” in my head. I suggest a collabo


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    Nice, good luck with this venture.

    And I have to say...ski and snowboard designs must be added, right? Maybe skate, surf, MTN bike, motox. Add it all. Retro 70's style color/stripes and sixties tie dye? ...that would be funny.

    My issue with historical golf attire is the stuffiness feel.

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    Flamingo Queen on it's way.. Thanks for the deal mang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Nice, good luck with this venture.

    And I have to say...ski and snowboard designs must be added, right? Maybe skate, surf, MTN bike, motox. Add it all. Retro 70's style color/stripes and sixties tie dye? ...that would be funny.

    My issue with historical golf attire is the stuffiness feel.
    Yeah I have a few designs in the can that are mountain life themed - just need to move a little more of my existing inventory before I start adding new product.
    I ski 135 degree chutes switch to the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Reverend Floater View Post
    It's a 5 panel.
    No, it's just a ball cap. It may have 5 panels but a 5 panel hat these days means two side panels, two top panels, and a front panel.

    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyCarter View Post
    I can’t read it without hearing “Smoko” in my head.
    I can't read it without thinking of a swirly


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    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeJ View Post
    Good to hear. For anyone wondering in terms of quality, these polos are produced on the exact same factory line as Footjoy / Titleist, PGA of America, etc. Really tried to do made in the USA but the quality was just lacking, sadly.
    Yup. It's a sad, sad truth but if you want quality textiles and construction, you're going to Asia.

    Let me know if you ever have any questions or challenges. I have a fair amount of experience in the technical apparel manufacturing and marketing world (not golf specifically).

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    Any chance of a Rasta themed shirt ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry View Post
    Any chance of a Rasta themed shirt ?
    Interesting idea.
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    Site looks great, wishing you boatloads of success!!!

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