New design added to the RAB Shop

2011 Draft: Keith Law's Mock Draft v2.0
The RAB Radio Show: May 31, 2011

Just a heads up, we’ve added a new design to the RAB Shop this morning, designed by Tyler Wilkinson and inspired by the hang onto the roof! call we recently rehashed. We have eight different designs available now (two color schemes for one, so a total of nine designs), and you can get them on shirts, hoodies, clocks, bumper stickers, tons of stuff.

2011 Draft: Keith Law's Mock Draft v2.0
The RAB Radio Show: May 31, 2011
  • Clay Bellinger

    This one’s pretty awesome. Def going to be my first RAB shop purchase.

  • MannyGeee

    maybe I’m in the minority, but I would really love a more ‘plain’ RAB t shirt. maybe just the ‘Street Sign’ or something…

    jus sayin.

    • T-Dubs

      Noted. I’ll put it on the to-do list.

    • Mike HC

      Absolutely. I am waiting for a more simple, clean design. Maybe just a small RAB symbol in the upper corner of the shirt. On the otherhand, the stuff is relatively expensive, so I can see paying for a more complex artsy type shirt if a design hits the mark. Not sure if I would be willing to pay the price for a such a simple one.

      Catch 22 I guess.

      • Mike HC

        I take some of that back. 17 bucks for the tshirt is actually pretty fair. Which I guess is the most important thing. The other stuff is a bit up there.

      • Mister Delaware

        I’d second a shirt that just has the RAB logo, although I’d like it across the chest. And I’d be fine paying $17 for it because I’m a baller.

  • Mike HC

    An organic t-shirt? With food, I can see getting scammed into that shit. But with a t-shirt? Nobody is actually going to pay the mark up in price for an organic t-shirt, would they?

    • jsbrendog


      and yuppies…

    • Clay Bellinger

      Actaully, what exactly is the difference? What’s better about the organic one?

      • Mike HC

        The biggest difference between the two, is that the “organic” one, has the word “organic,” in front of it.

        • Clay Bellinger

          Haha, well played sir.

    • Mister Delaware

      When the link to chemicalized food and cancer is firmly established, you’re going to look back at that comment and think “why am I thinking about a message board comment at a time like this?”

      • Mike HC

        hahahaha … I am just playing around a little bit too. I buy organic food!!! And make fun of myself at the same time.

        I just thought the idea of an “organic” tshirt was funny. Maybe it is noticeably softer as the commenter wrote below.

        • Mister Delaware

          Suck it, HCFS! – River Ave Blues posters

          • Mister Delaware

            Also suck it, HFCS! – River Ave Blues posters who don’t fuck up jokes

  • Drew

    Men’s Zipper Hoodies!

  • Betty Lizard

    Even during the dark days of those recent losses to Seattle, my RBI-WAR-RAB t shirt was a source of comfort. Mine is a long sleeved women’s model (blue on white) and it’s awesome. Thank you RAB for doing this.

    I didn’t have the “organic” choice but as someone who works with textiles I can say that organic cotton is softer. Noticeably softer. If that matters to you (or if how it’s processed matters) get organic. If not, go with “chemical-ed.” Now, why there’s an organic option for a men’s t shirt and not for a baby’s onesie, where the mom might actually be impressed that you bothered to get organic, I don’t know.

  • Nico

    I’ve been reading this site for a while and it seems to me Mike writes most of the articles.. I mean this is the 15th straight he writes! Has it always been like this?
    Keep up the good work!

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  • LGY

    Hey, I was the one that asked about the Flip Flop Fly Ballin’ logo’s design on a shirt. Ever got around to asking about it?

    • Mike Axisa

      The Swisher trade design? I don’t remember seeing you (or anyone else) ask for that, but I’ll see if I can get the okay.