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View Poll Results: T-Shirt or Polo Shirt

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  • T-Shirt

    36 32.73%
  • Polo Shirt

    36 32.73%
  • Polo Shirt with pocket

    38 34.55%
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  1. #31

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    I would definately buy a couple, no problems pre-paying. Think the sticker logo is the better option.

    Bill.

  2. #32

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    I think wearing a symbol to identify another Ausfisher is brilliant, indrustries throughout the world use uniform as a form of introduction, this breaks down barriers and allows freedom to approach others freely. Whether this is a cap, or an iron on patch, T-shirt or whatever else one chooses to advertise is an individual decision, but who is going to design it, make it and than take on the responsibility to deliver it to the people? If we ponder this we will find a solution.

  3. #33

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    Gotta go with the sticker logo, I would order 8 for me and my crew.
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  4. #34

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    I will go with 2 of what ever is decided.
    Prefer Polo though!!!

    Graham.

  5. #35

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    I'm all for the T shirt with the sticker logo

  6. #36

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    rosie that iron on patch sounds like a good idea , than you can put it on any shirt . i also preffer the fish logo .

    nico

  7. #37

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    Whatever you order, please make sure it comes in Australian and not Asian sizing....they must use a different measuring system overseas.

    Real Mans sizes please..... XXXXXXXX (thats 8XL) lol.........
    "This space is saved for my next special catch"
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  8. #38

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    I think the exact details of the shirt will be left up to the owner of Ausfish (Steve) who posted earlier that at present he will look and see how much interest there is....

    Thanks to everyone for saying they would buy one....please post if you would be keen to buy one....

  9. #39

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    I'll take 4 of whatever is decided on if ir goes ahead


    Mike

  10. #40

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    yep ide buy a couple for sure. i rekon the having our handle names on it would b a real good idea too

  11. #41

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    Count me in I would buy a couple . Good idea to get t shirts thats all i wear on the boat there more comfortable. Be good to recognise other ausfishers and say hello. Must order my boat stickers soon cant make up my mind which ones to get or what color

    Geoff

  12. #42

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    As of to date....there are approximately 28 or so people that are interested in buying one or more Ausfish T-shirt of some type.....

    It would be great to get up to the 50 expressions of interest.....

    Cheers for the support....

  13. #43

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    Have had a look at the "30 cent" shirts and the $5 shirts and would not be willing to put my name on them. You get what you pay for.

    Looking at some others on Monday. Personally prefer to go with a polo shirt with a pocket and with good quality. This way you can wear it just about anywhere and it will last more than a few months.

    T-Shirt or Polo Shirt????

    Have added a Poll to the thread

  14. #44

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    Steve,
    Have you had a look at a site or talked to someone in the know about iron on prints?

    http://www.sparklyprints.com.au/catalog/our_products.php

    neil

  15. #45

    Re: Ausfish T-shirt - would you buy one?

    Yes, have seen them. As per the site - "the print is for white or light coloured fabrics." They are not die cut so leave an edge. You can do these at home with some iron on transfer printer paper for your colour printer.

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