Welcome to the Secret MMM T-shirt store.
Limited time only
These are top of the line American Apparel tri-blend t-shirts, sewn in not-all-that-bad conditions in their factory right in downtown Los Angeles.
These AA shirts cost about twice as much wholesale as cheapo brands, but really, we are talking a $5 difference here. I tried on all the options and going for better quality seemed easily worth it.
It’s a really well cut garment that lasts for years – important, as it will obviously be your favorite shirt ;-)
Price is $16 per shirt, including free shipping.
Exactly my cost after Paypal, shipping costs, eco-friendly envelopes, printer labels, paying local helpers $1 to mail it, etc. – non profit.
USA only for now – my apologies! But feel free to print your own if you want – logo below.
As the remaining shirts sell out, I will delete the Paypal buttons, so what you see below is still available.
Our low-cost model (6’0″ / 185 lbs) is wearing Unisex size M in this picture.
|Small – $16.00|
|Medium – $16.01|
|Large – $16.02|
|Extra Large – $16.03|
- Check your shipping address before ordering! Many people have been sending “Help! I ordered to the wrong address!” emails. You can save yourself from being one of these people :-)
- The shirts are a little larger than you’d expect for any given size. I normally wear large, but the medium is a pretty relaxed fit as you can see from the back picture. Very soft and stretchy too.
- Please, no returns or exchanges – we have done our best to show the size and fit, but I’m not really a retailer and exchanges are incredibly time intensive and this is not an expensive item. Order at your own sixteen dollar risk!
Why the pennies? Because the Paypal interface is so bad that it doesn’t tell you what people ordered in the main summary page, I had to set the prices to unique numbers to avoid having to click into every order to see what people bought.
The MMM Logo, for do-it-yourselfers:You may download this and print your own shirts, or even make them for friends, but please do not sell these for profit.If you’re good with a knife, you can actually print this on plain paper and spraypaint a simplified version on your favorite existing blank shirt. I’ve done this before to create silly random shirts with eagles, carrots, etc., and it makes a really cool, surprisingly durable shirt.If you have T-shirt printing equipment and want to be a low or non-profit distributor for your own country, post your contact info in the comments below.