Who even knows. The creators of Wool&Prince are claiming that you can wear their wool button-down shirts for days on end without them wrinkling, smelling or showing any dirt. Frankly, that sounds ridiculous, but maybe?
It doesn't have to be the middle of summer for you to sweat though a shirt. We're humans, and we sweat. Sometime a lot! Often that means awful dark pit stains. That's not supposed to happen with Outlier's Blazed Cotton Pivot shirt—a unique anti-sweat textile designed so you can look like a million bucks in…
I should've known.
You guys kept telling us you wanted an official Giz t-shirt, and now they're here. The very first Gizmodo Artist Series t-shirt, designed by former Giz illustrator Wendy MacNaughton, is available today from BustedTees for $20.
Let's face it: No one really likes Comic Sans and most would love to see the font die. Here's how we could kill it—letter by letter.
You guys kept telling us you wanted a Giz t-shirt. So here it is, the very first Gizmodo Artist Series t-shirt, designed by former Giz illustrator Wendy MacNaughton. It's available today from BustedTees for $20.
I was deluged with submissions after yesterday's Android-pissing-on-Apple t-shirt. This is by far the best—but is it pro-Apple, or pro-Google? If we're going to put Android in King Kong's place, I'm leaning towards this being pro-Android apparel.
There's a theory* that geeky shirts, robots, and beer could not be any more awesome than they already are unless somehow combined. Naturally, someone had to test this theory. The result is surprisingly useful.
Bulletproof vests are handy life-saving devices, but they tend to clash with khakis and leather sandals. For the spy who wants bullet-stopping technology with a more casual look, one clothing manufacturer offers the bulletproof polo shirt.
"It's taken me seven years of research, but I have finally figured out the perfect formula for a viral internet meme."
I've always thought that even robots secretly have active sex lives, but this shirt shows just how dirty those piles of metal and screws can be after the kiddies go to bed.
I received some proximity-sensing t-shirts from ThinkGeek to review, and got excited. Would I discover the love of my life while playing high-tech hide-and-seek? Or would I wind up lonelier than before? (Hint: Their high-pitch sound scares away dogs.)
Augmented reality's used in pointless ways, but here's finally something decent: A rock-paper-scissors shirt. Just plop down by a computer and play with the creepy hand jumping out from your chest like the fun people in this demo video.