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April 10, 2006

{     Rockett     } love zombies, horror movies, heavy metal, and intense colors….and now I can wear what I love….hooray for Rockett! Starting only a few years ago, this small clothing line has expanded and grown so much it’s mind-bending, and for good reason. Rockett prides themselves on having up to date graphics, bold colors, and plenty of action to keep your eyes locked to a single shirt as eats up all the T has to offer. I particularly love my Frankenstein shirt, cause I mean really is there no better way to say, “I’m a horror junkie” than with a black shirt sporting a green and purple abomination? I love it when people take the time to carefully craft each shirt, and add in their own printed tag…it’s the detail that I will always talk about in my articles and Rockett has shown tenfold on how this is done. On top of printed in tags, they send out all their goods with stickers, buttons, and even a compilation CD of their sponsored acts; everyone from Bleeding Through to Atreyu (and if you have a free moment check them out, it’s worth it). They have a slim, form fit style of shirt so if you gonna buy some be sure to add a size, unless you like them rockstar tight then go one down! With their massive growth over the past few years Rockett will soon be launching even more shirts, as well as, jeans, outerwear, and accessories so be on the look out in 2006 for some big things. Also be sure to check the link at the bottom for information on their first ever sponsored tour which will be blowing through your town sooner than you think, and trust me a lot of these shows will sell out. Once again thank you to Rockett for feeding my desire to be freaky, you rock… Plus I wish my work had 40oz fridays.....

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Man, I was wearing Rockett clothing before they even existed. ;)

Posted by: Mitzi at April 10, 2006 11:28 PM

Rockett is amazing. I've been in love with this clothing company since the very beginning. I'm a little disappointed that I didn't buy as much in the beginning because now I can't find those designs anywhere.

But their shirts just keep getting better and better.

Posted by: Kristin at April 26, 2006 10:20 PM
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