We've wanted to some metallic logo shirts for some time. The silver pops right off the shirt in a way that says, "Silver is pretty valuable so hopefully you think the word NICE which is what is in silver is too." And it says that to people all around you wherever you go even if you're sleeping on a plane and a flight attendant walks by so long as you aren't slouched too badly or under one of those painfully think airplane blankets that only warm you by reminding you of times when you had an actual blanket that actually made you warm. Yep, that's pretty much the thinking that went into the design here.
Also, did you know that the Silver Surfer can use his cosmic powers to rapidly grow vegetation, cause tsunamis and lift pyramids?
The shirt itself is a Canvas 100% cotton with a great cut. We always use Canvas/Bella where we can because the quality and durability are, yes, super nice. Oh, and they're American made.
Super duper soft - sizes XS-XXL.
Size ChartXS 31-34S 34-37M 38-41L 42-45XL 46-49XXL 50-53
Our silkscreens are done by our friends at Wove Print Company in St. Petersburg, Florida. They take printing seriously and are true artisans.
SNC T-Shirt: The Silver Surfer
We will ship this out within 1-5 days. Usually closer to one. :)
If we don't ship to your country, it's not because we won't, it's because nobody has asked us and we haven't gone to the post office to figure out the cost of it. Just holler and we'll get you sorted.
We don't really have a return policy. We're not a big business or anything so if you get something and it doesn't fit, hopefully you'll be super nice and gift it to someone who it does fit because we're always running out of sizes and often only print a style once. If we DO have another size and you don't mind shipping yours back, we can work it out.
Now, if we ever get into Super Nice turntables or Super Nice eggs .. things that can break in shipping, why we reckon we'll have to come up with a return policy. And even though record players and omelettes are both awesome, we are probably going to leave the sales of those items to others.