What to do in life, become a jewel thief or sell t-shirts? A group of people who didn’t really want to have real jobs had narrowed their options down to these two choices. After realizing it was summer and they wouldn’t be able to find enough ski masks, they opted for t-shirts. Thus, the creation of SnorgTees.com. Snorg Tees offers t-shirts that are inspired by pop culture and other random, funny topics. The shirts are mostly designed by those who work for Snorg Tees however, some of the shirts are created based on suggestions from customers. This is what makes Snorg Tees unique.
Our friends at Snorg Tees sent us a couple of t-shirts to review so let’s take a look and see what we got…
For all those Masters of the Universe fans out there, this one’s for you! Of course, Prince Adam, aka He-Man, should be the one in power, Right? This navy blue t-shirt comes in sizes up to 3X and can be purchased starting at $20. So, let’s say you’re not into Masters of the Universe. How about Star Wars?
Other than Snorg Tees, the only place to find this t-shirt is in the city of Mos Eisley on the planet Tatooine. A great t-shirt for Star Wars fans! This comfy, black t-shirt which comes in sizes up to 3X can be yours for $20 (Larger sizes may have additional fees).
Here’s something for the Portal and Half-Life gamers out there…This black Aperture Science & Innovation Volunteer shirt comes in sizes up to 3X and can be purchased starting at $20.
Overall, we were were impressed with the t-shirts we received from SnorgTees.com. We looked over their website and found it to be full of really cool custom designed, quality t-shirts and would not hesitate to order from them in the future. You never know, maybe The Nerd Stash can be their next inspiration!?
Disclaimer: The Nerd Stash received one or more of the products mentioned above for free in the hope that we would mention it on our website. Regardless, we only recommend products or services we would use personally and believe would be good for our readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.