The following pages offer go apparel and other go related merchandise.
- Addicted to Go
- This shop has a design that says "Addicted to Go" various shirts.
- Eric S. Piotrowski's Art of Go
- This site, run by the owner of the 3D art site, Art of Go, has shirts and other merchandise with both 3D and non-3D designs.
- KGS Shop
- This shop features items with the KGS logo. There is a nice poster which shows the logo as a mosaic made out of thousands of KGS user pictures.
- Let's Go
- This shop features a graphic of a go board that says "Let's Go" on a T-shirt and on a mouse pad.
- Phantom's Go Shop
- A shop owned by phantom that offers shirts, coffee mugs, mouse pads, and more in a couple of different designs. Check out the best selling Tenuki Bumper Sticker!
- Reading Berks Go Club
- This shop primarily features items with the Reading Berks Go Club logo, but it also has some nice Go stuff.
- This shop features pictures of the Ear Reddening Move on two different shirts.
- Southern New England Go Assoc.
- This site owned by owned by Malweth supports a go club in Rhode Island. Different designs are planned, but currently it only has the Go Kanji and a Rhode Island design. It features a very nice Go Kanji "Euro" sticker.
- Kevlar51's Etsy shop
- This is really just one shirt for now, but it's well deaigned and stylish.
1. for one, i was wondering if there was a online t-shirt making shop better than cafepress...
Everybody seems to use cafepress - I really can't believe there isn't a better player in the market though.
Phelan:I think everybody uses cafepress because it is easy to set up...I also would like to see Go apparel being sold on other shops, since I can't easily buy something from cafepress, due to the high prices and expensive postage to the EU.
ricefield: well, its easy to use, but i find its lack of features very frustrating.. + i dont want to have to pay for a premium shop.. but i guess its good enough for the average user.. unfortunately, i couldnt use some of my better ideas bc of the limitations... =[
tealeaf: SpreadShirt has a nice interface and vector-based designs (limited to three for the free shops) flock-printed that apparently come out well. I haven't actually seen the t-shirts yet, but I've heard good reports. They print both in the EU and the US, I think. You can select a location at the top of the main page.
Phelan: Thanks, Tea of the leaf (heheh). Finally a store with decent postage. Hopefully there will be more designs. :)
tealeaf: Thanks Phelan. :o) I've just uploaded some more products and I have more on the way! The more I sell the more I can upload. I'm not putting any commission on the shirts as I'm not doing it for profit, so they're as cheap as they can be!
compai?: I've been wanting a go tie for a while now. My brother in law has to wear shirt and tie to work so this would be the perfect gift - when dressing up the tie is the best way to proclaim your individuality.
Phelan: I saw a Go tie at the WMSG, worn by one of the spanish players. He said he got it in japan. It was a black background, with a lot of board images superimposed. Pretty stylish, and definitely distinctive.