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This is a bit unrelating, but does anyone know of any sites that sell Linux clothing; more specifically like a coat/fleece sweatshirt? I know LQ offers merchandise but nothing really I liked too much at CafePress. I am just looking for a linux long sleeve shirt like that either simply says Linux or a picture of Tux or if theres any Fedora clothing... I dont want it to be too full of graphics or text, so I can wear it to work. I have looked around but havemt been able to find many long sleeve like fleece wear from a United States site. Or if theres a clothing site where some of the proceeds help fund Linux/open source work that would be cool too. Basically looking for some winter wear to wear that either supports Linux or Tux or GNU/GPL open source or whatever. Not looking for anything really too expensive and it has to be able ot ship to the US.. Thanks.
I know of Think Geek but I was looking for more along the lines of Winter wear than T shirts.... Like the hoodie/fleece think geek has http://www.thinkgeek.com/apparel/hoodies/5844/ its $36 and isnt even fleece material like. Other sites still welcome.
Distribution: Fedora 18, Slackware64 13.37, Windows 7/8
Originally Posted by SqdnGuns
^^ You 2 revived an almost 4 year old thread............
Well, I'm going to revive this one 3 years later to toss a shout out to HELLOTUX. There aren't a lot of options for US Linux users when it comes to Linux branded clothing (the usual insanely expensive and cheap clothes from CafePress is about it). I found hellotux the other day; they're in Europe but have free shipping to the US for now.