Of course, this comes with some explanations but, first, let’s take a look at the design in just one of the many available colors for both women and men.
First, I always promised myself that I would not sell a piece of junk just to say I have t-shirts for sale. Frankly, most of the best known places that slap a logo on a shirt are just plain awful. I try to have a high quality radio station and I want any merchandise I sell to match. I believe the "premium" t-shirt is worth the extra expense. Both Miss KoKo and I have ones from the original test run and they are indeed good quality, comfortable, and — if washed in cold water and hung to dry as one should do with any such printed t-shirt to get the longest life out of it — hold up very well. The logo and type are thick but not uncomfortable to the skin.
Second…while I am highly pleased with the quality and speed of shipping provided by our t-shirt partner, Spreadshirt, the one thing I am not thrilled with is the layout of the "storefront" it provides. Even with only two items and one logo style, it will not display everything one creates on a store’s home page. Due to this, until Spreadshirt offers a new storefront design, to keep things as easy to navigate as possible, I’m going to only list the men’s and women’s "premium" t-shirt. If that layout ever improves, I will certainly add more products and different designs. Until then, I mostly prefer things simple whether it be where I like to shop online or what I prefer to have on my own t-shirts. Thus, just like the station itself, the store and the shirts as they are now are a pretty good reflection of yours truly.
Yes, these t-shirts are indeed a little more expensive than most such items one would find online so I want to be open about how much I earn from them. Each t-shirt sold will make me one U.S. dollar. Each dollar will be strictly applied to one of the expenses it takes to run KoHoSo Radio 66. Just be aware that might include feeding the disk jockey one of those little 99-cent pecan pies sold at all the finer convenience stores.
Here’s a piece of advice before ordering. Because Spreadshirt does not allow me to control the colors offered for each shirt, it is up to they buyer to choose wisely. A very light color will not allow the web address to be shown clearly while a very dark color might obscure the outline of the shield logo. As for sizing, my opinion is it was very accurate for both a large and an XX-large. Do be aware that any problems with Spreadshirt will have to be taken up with them, not me.
I will be placing links to the KoHoSo Radio 66 t-shirt store on this site’s home page and FAQ so it can always be found. Just know that the one thing I want to be remembered is I don’t love any listener less if he or she doesn’t buy a t-shirt. They are here for those that asked for them and can afford such a luxury. What means far more to me is seeing people listen as it already costs plenty enough to be on the internet in the first place.