July 8th, 2009 by Jordan
Want to win a DVD, Backpack, Travel Hammock, and Travel Tee? You can. We are holding a giveaway for anyone who emails firstname.lastname@example.org or posts a comment on this site. The giveaway will be on August 8th, 2009. In our little but growing prize pack is a black daypack, a travel hammock, a DVD of a Map for Saturday, a Hostel Bookers tee shirt, and Izuno Travel Tee Shirt, 3 Quo Vadis Travel Journals, and 10 Izuno Travel Buttons. The emails will not be used for newsletters (we don’t send out e-news…that’s what the site is for) or spamming purposes. So write us and tell us why you want to win!
April 13th, 2009 by Jordan
“Lightspeed Station…The Future of Travel” t-shirt by Pinhead Industries. A little overpriced at $27.53?…sure, but ultra trendy. If you visit the site, it’s got major city hubs connected like a rail map. I love this. Red Bubble also has some other travel tees/t-shirts worth a looksie. (I’m not sure whether to say ‘tee’ or ‘t-shirt’ or ‘tshirt’)
May 19th, 2008 by Jordan
I was lucky I stumbled across Bernos.org. They have some suuuuuuper sweet t-shirts. Great designs, however a few are sold out. The artists, obviously inspired via Africa, tag their designs “uniquely Ethiopian.” Where else can you get that?! All this about Africa, and luckily they are located in LA. Where they print their shirts on American Apparel. In case you were wondering what I like best, the $19.99 price tag on the d’afrique shirt. Overall just great travel tees.
May 14th, 2008 by Jordan
Practically every page you visit on Patagonia’s website has some mention about giving back or environmentalism. Which is why I can justify spending $29 on one of their sweet Travel Tees. Check out their Artist’s T-Shirts and I would guess they will have something you like there. Patagonia started as an alpine company making tools for outdoors enthusiasts. Now they have a pretty big catalog for apparel as well.
March 13th, 2008 by Jordan
I’m pretty picky when it comes to travel tees, but this one from Let’s Go definitely makes the cut. You can purchase it online at The Harvard Shop for $19.95. Don’t ask me why it’s at The Harvard Shop and not on the Let’s Go site. Harvard must have a pretty good relationship with Let’s Go, because a friend of mine who attended Harvard use to work for Let’s Go, in fact she designed some of the icons used in the book.
December 5th, 2007 by Jordan
We finally designed a shirt! This 100% cotton tee was inspired by the Dancing Building located in Prague. The shirt will shrink slightly and amazingly gets softer the more you wash it. Ships USPS within 24 hours. And best of all…FREE SHIPPING! If only human travel were so cheap. You can purchase by going to our online store.
October 4th, 2007 by Jordan
Besides having one of the greatest logos for peace organizations, OmniPeace makes some great T-Shirts to end poverty and raise awareness in violent Sub-Saharan Africa. The company donates half the proceeds from a $25-$30 shirt to the non profit Millenium Promise. You’ve probably seen these shirts on the t.v. lately, as hollywood stars are draping themselves in these. I won’t question their motives in this one case.
September 8th, 2007 by Jordan
Another tee shirt company! Hubwear Travel Tees are fairly simple, yet make a big splash to those who hang around airports as many readers do. The tees are just the three letter symbol for the airport. You get to choose between 24 airports, mostly in the US, to print on a shirt for $25. If your airport isn’t on list they will print it for $35.