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Beijing Olympic Tank T-Shirt

Postby maoman » 20 Sep 2006, 11:33

The Beijing Olympic Tank T-Shirt is finally becoming a reality!

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The t-shirts will be available for $400NT in the following sizes:
4XL: No numbers available.
3XL: No numbers available.
2XL: 48 inches wide, 30 inches long. Suitable for people over 180 cms.
XL: 46 inches wide, 29 inches long. Suitable for people around 180 cms.
L: 43 inches wide, 28 inches long. Suitable for people around 175 cms.
M: 42 inches wide, 27 inches long. Suitable for people around 168 cms.
S: 40 inches wide, 26 inches long. Suitable for people around165 cms.
Kids XL: Suitable for 6th and 7th graders. 38 inches wide, 24 inches long. Suitable for kids around 55 kilos.
Kids L: Suitable for 5th and 6th graders. 36 inches wide, 23 inches long. Suitable for kids around 50 kilos.
Kids M: Suitable for 3rd and 4th graders. 34 inches wide, 21.5 inches long. Suitable for kids under 50 kilos.
Kids S: Suitable for 1st and 2nd graders. 32 inches wide, <21.5 inches long. Suitable for kids under 50 kilos.

To give you some idea of what the sizes are like: I ordered a 2XL last time, but I think a 3XL or even a 4XL would be a better fit. I'm a fairly big (read fat) guy - I'm 184cms tall, and I weigh 104 kilos. Vanessa, my wife, is 154cms tall, and even now, six months months pregnant, she's wearing her "Size S" t-shirt comfortably. In fact, it was probably a little too big for her up until now. Please sign up for your t-shirts here - don't send me a PM or an e-mail. I will be taking names up until the next Happy Hour, and delivering at the one after that. You can pay when you pick up your shirt.

The design of the Beijing Olympic Tank t-shirt is roughly as below (white T-shirt), although not to scale. Both the logo on the front and the back are larger. It should look pretty good, at any rate. :cool:

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Postby jdsmith » 20 Sep 2006, 11:39

jdsmith 3XL (2 shirts)
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Postby Huang Guang Chen » 20 Sep 2006, 12:07

Okay JDSmith, but if I get beaten up in Shenzhen wearing it it's all your fault!

x2 3XL, please.

Presuming a delivery to HK is possible. :D

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Postby maoman » 20 Sep 2006, 12:12

Huang Guang Chen wrote:x2 3XL, please. Presuming a delivery to HK is possible. :D

Yeah, we can work something out. BTW, if you want to see the image, click here:
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Postby redwagon » 20 Sep 2006, 12:56

:yay:

XL x2
S x1

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Postby Sinister Tiddlywinks » 20 Sep 2006, 13:05

I would like 3 shirts:
one "XL", one "2XL" and one "3XL"
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Postby tmwc » 20 Sep 2006, 14:03

Me: one XL
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Postby Dragonbones » 20 Sep 2006, 21:51

Sorry - several questions:

Do we have a choice of shirt colors, or are they all white?

Is it the same logo front and back, or is the Forumosa logo on the front and the tank on the back?

Is it the exact same shirt supplier and shirt brand as last time's Forumosa shirts?

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Postby maoman » 20 Sep 2006, 22:03

Dragonbones wrote:Sorry - several questions: Do we have a choice of shirt colors, or are they all white? Is it the same logo front and back, or is the Forumosa logo on the front and the tank on the back? Is it the exact same shirt supplier and shirt brand as last time's Forumosa shirts?

The Olympic Tank shirts are white. As you can see from the picture below, the Forumosa.com logo is on the front and the tank is on the back. It's the same shirt supplier and shirt brand as last time.

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Postby Dragonbones » 20 Sep 2006, 22:47

EDIT: I'd like a 2XL and an M please.
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