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May 5, 2004

{     HelloMinor     }    

Yum yum, we just got some new t's in the post from Minor Industries, and let me tell you little poodles one thing, I am one happy bitch. The thing is, there are a lot of t-shirt/clothing companies out there right now, and while I'm not complaining, it does sometimes start to sound repetitive when you're always stating how the one you're talking about right now is the best one there is. What it does mean though, is that when one company sticks out in such a big sea of real quality threads, they must be, well, incredibly fucking good. So, let it be known that Minor sticks way the fuck out. The shirts are heavier than most and are of that great quality that lets you know that they'll still be your faves two years down the road. The designs are straight up rad, built for the soft-hearted design thug in all of us. Seriously, you will not regret ordering anything from these guys, as the shirts are worth every damn cent you pay. And don't you dare forget to order a Minor Industries koozie when you get your shirts, otherwise you'll just be frontin'.

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Love the tee's, but one question - do they come in pure white? Or a kind of off white/slate grey? I checked the site but it dousn't give details.

Cheers, H.

Posted by: Hernando at May 6, 2004 2:54 PM

I concur with the above question.. a heather grey would be better than a pure white.

Also, how are the shirts in terms of fit? American Apparel shirts tend to have a really nice somewhat fitted feel to them, but Hanes shirts are typically loose and oversized (a large A.A. shirt is a medium Hanes for sure).

Thanks for the heads up.. I am very tempted to order.

Posted by: Michael at May 6, 2004 6:01 PM

I've been spending hours arguing the uselessness of can kozys with Benjamin, and now I find myself ordering two. Ben tells me that down in SC, people bring their own kozys to the bar, and whip them out once the bartender hands them a bottle. It's that slow-sippin' Southern culture that suddenly I find myself a part of.
Even though none of those shirts will fit my fat ass, I have to give them props for some of the best tee design I've seen in a while.
The website could be a tad more informative, however.

Posted by: Adam at May 6, 2004 7:01 PM

The shirts I received are good 'ole black and good 'ole white. I also should add that I've got tons and tons and tons of tees, and I'm super-picky about what I wear. Not in a snobby label kind of way, but in a has-to-fit-just-perfect kind of way. Now to each their own, what fits me perfect might not be right on you, but these shirts are just right for me, a 6ft 195lb dude that likes to wear a loose large. What's really nice to me though, is that they're heavy enough to not be clingy (which in my opinion American Apparel T's are) and the shirts are tagged Minor, not Fruit or Hanes or whatever. Good stuff, really, I'm not just saying that...and I never do here on C12.

Posted by: Shane at May 6, 2004 10:36 PM

So they call the beer cozies "koozies?" Because I just got one of those little insulated lunch bag thingamabobs boldly emblazoned with the company logo and it is made by a company known as "koozie," a name that causes me incurable schoolgirl giggles every time I look at it. What really kills me is no else seems to find it as funny as I do that a company that creates insulated bags to keep your hot sides hot and your cold sides cold could possibly pick such a sleazetastic name.

Posted by: benjamin at May 10, 2004 7:23 PM

Just received my shirt in the mail from Minor. I agree with Shane that these tees are exceptionally comfy, they fit well and look good.
Also in the shipment where a bunch of freebies: stickers, pins, CD and poster.
I will order more from these guys.
Anybody know where they are based out of?
Anybody know where I can find out more about them?

Posted by: Abba at May 21, 2004 4:16 PM
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