Wednesday, 07 December 2011
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Hey everyone, I was wondering how the shirts ran size wise? Are they loose fitting or more of an athletic cut? I just want to be sure, because the shipping to the US is over 30 bucks! ouch. Thanks
10 years ago
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Sheldon, if you're out there... I've also been put off by the cost of the D-shirt with shipping. Modest proposal... Would you consider letting one of your US-based customers make and sell them here? I have my own business and could do this through it... I have no interest in making money at it, just would love to have a Dingwall t-shirt. If it's an important source of revenue for you, that's one thing... but if the main purpose is marketing, well, this wouldn't cost you anything and would achieve that. Just a thought...
10 years ago
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They run kind of snug. Maybe Canadians don't drink as much beer? I wear large shirts for the most part (5'-10" & 210 lb) and they fit okay. 210? I think there might be something wrong with this scale. I swim in most XL's. But that's shirts here in the states, they run large. I just got a couple large shirts from another source and they fit nice and loose. My Dingwall T's are a little more form fitting. That's not really a bonus. I'd like to see a heavier cotton T as well. The Dingwall shirts are kind of light weight and thin feeling. Ideal would be a Carhartt style pocket work T.
10 years ago
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Hi domestique, Sheldon has suggested that across the board our t-shirts are more loose-fitting.
10 years ago
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Thank you very much.
6 years ago
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[quote="Adam12Wilcox":2max8i31]Sheldon, if you're out there... I've also been put off by the cost of the D-shirt with shipping. Modest proposal... Would you consider letting one of your US-based customers make and sell them here? I have my own business and could do this through it... I have no interest in making money at it, just would love to have a Dingwall t-shirt. If it's an important source of revenue for you, that's one thing... but if the main purpose is marketing, well, this wouldn't cost you anything and would achieve that. Just a thought...[/quote:2max8i31] resurrecting this thread. Is this possible? I can't pay $25 for a shirt and another $25 to ship it here. Shirts shouldn't be that expensive in the first place, they don't cost more than $5 to print. Is there any plans for making it easier for U.S. customers to purchase a shirt?
6 years ago
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We'll look into a US source that can print and ship from their location.
5 years ago
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[quote="Sheldon Dingwall":1bw51edw]We'll look into a US source that can print and ship from their location.[/quote:1bw51edw] Any update on this? I'd still really love some Dingwall merch but the shipping cost of a shirt makes it too pricy for me! I'd even love a crewneck or a hooded sweatshirt! Certainly you guys are popular enough to have more swag in your online store by now!
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