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ProBlogger T-Shirts – Get Yours Today

Posted By Darren Rowse 14th of November 2007 ProBlogger Site News 0 Comments

I’ve been hinting at it for a while now – but today I’m happy to announce that I’ve put together a few options for you to purchase ProBlogger T-Shirts.

You can see the ‘range’ at the ProBlogger T-Shirt Store over at Printfection but here’s a sample of some of them.


There are three sections in the store – Mens, Womens and Kids and there are a range of options in each section (both in terms of types of T-Shirt styles, colors and designs).

All of the designs are based upon The ProBlogger Logo. Prices start at $14.99 and go up from there depending upon the style and design that you choose. There are discounts for buying more than one. Unfortunately Printfection don’t accept PayPal at this point – so it’s credit cards only.

I’ve had a couple of T-shirts delivered to me already and the quality of them is quite good (better than CafePress which I used once before).

Do note that dark colors are said to be ‘in beta’. I’ve only had lighter colors delivered so far (I have darker ones coming) so I can’t vouch for them yet – but they look quite good in the images.

If you do order one – I’d love to see a picture of you in it!

Here’s some shots of the two that I’ve ordered so far (warning – I’m no model).




About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
  • So Darren, how bout those FREE tees for your elite video chatters from last night? =) Afterall, we are your favorite quadruplet family, right?

  • Very nice Darren!

  • Joe

    Nice Job Darren. Now you will take over the tshirt empire before I do. :-(

  • Darren D

    Ok, that’s just too much!

    I’ve worn some embarrassing things in my time (anyone remember stone washed denim), but a ProBlogger T-Shirt?

    Take a step back, ground yourself in reality for a few days, look in the mirror again, and see if you can keep a straight face.

  • Awesome tees! I like the green one you posed in.

  • Nice very nice indeed! I love the shirts and logo….

    Did you trademark “problogger’ and that P logo?

  • Nice! Any chance of some free ones? Didn’t think so, but thought I would try!

  • Jen and Thomas – hehe. No freebies at this stage – although you are my fav quadruplet family.

    Jake, Casey and Jo – thanks

    Darren D – you mean people are not wearing stone washed denim any more??

    Bontb – no trademark.

  • Looks great! Just wondering if you have any Australian bloggers, if so they may be interested in purchasing custom clothing from a local supplier with your logo/design featured on them. International shipping can be a bit iffy sometimes and therefore I started my own company which suppliers tees and plenty of similar stuff to CafePress and Prefection in Australia.

  • T

    You should make a t-shirt that only has the ProBlogger logo (P with circle) and no words on it… just an idea :)

  • Meg

    Cool. Can you claim yours as a tax deduction? Work uniform hehe.

  • Darren,

    You should seriously consider registering a trademark for your logo if you intend this to be your permanent mark. Afterall, your branding is now known worldwide amongst the blogging circle and if you are going into merchandising (which I think is an awesome idea), it would be a small thing to pay for trademarking.

  • Hi darren.. ur t-shirt look great. love ProBlogger Long Sleeve design

  • You should add some AdSense Ads on the back!

  • Great Designs but even 3X are not big enough for some of us Americans (hint) that are among the growing obesity problem here.

  • Awesome!!! I’ll be sure to check them out! Thanks

  • Hi Darren,

    If you had them in hemp and long sleeves I’d be in.

    Long sleeves for sun protection and hemp because growing cotton in Australia is environmental vandalism. Hemp actually builds the soil.

    So, please think about a more expensive range.

  • You should start Free Shirt Friday like ShoeMoney does… get your readers to send in their company shirts and you’ll model them and link to their site every Friday. :)

  • Maybe you can add your best quotable quotes on the t-shirts?

  • Yes, Prinfection is a good company to use for T-shirts. I use them for one of my sites as well and I am very happy with the price and quality of the shirts that I’ve ordered from them. If you want to take a look at the ones I have, they are here.

  • Ok, that’s just too much!

  • Hey,

    I am from Portugal and do not own a Visa, Mastercard or any card that is supported. Is it possible to get a product from them?

  • Must admit they look great.

    I’m curious as to why the name and logo design hasn’t been trademarked as such – perhaps something to be considered now that you are marketing merchandise with the logo/name on.

    I looked at registering one of my site names as a trademark, but at the time it was too much in relation to the income in generated, but I think its time to look into it again.

  • I’d like to purchase one :D

  • Wow, those look pretty darn good. If I bought one, I think I’d grow a Mo to complete the look.

  • Yeah! More logo shirts for me!! Time to buy a new pair of jeans and ProBlogger T…

  • merchendising – where the real money from the website is made!! ;)

  • I think they’re great!

  • I love them, but I can’t bring myself to pay $28 for a t-shirt. That’s what I’ve always disliked about cafe press and like services – you need to charge so much to make a buck because the base prices are high. I had some shirts printed for one of my sites by a local printer and can sell them at double profit with shipping included for $15 or 16 each.

  • Very nice idea to come up with t-shirts. I have never seen any other blogger doing similar thing. Congratulations.

  • Hmmmm. I want one!

  • Eli

    Hey Darren, if your sales are a little sluggish so far, how about you make an offer, like you post an article containing peoples pictures of themselves they send in with them wearing your shirt, and you link to their sites?

    I’d definitely do that (buy a shirt and get a free link) :D


  • coolthought

    heh heh… looks a little bit like a walking target board….
    The 3×3 9 t-shirt looks cool. But those you are wearing looks like you have been wearing for months or just wake up wearing them… could have at least iron the blue shirt you are wearing. We will be getting new ones rights??? Not the ones you have worn??? :p

    Just a suggestion… maybe you can sell signed copies of the shirt and donate the money to your favourite charity.

  • Great shirts, have to buy one :D