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.
- Auburn Go Club
- This shop has Go shirts with a 'tude!
- 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.
- Go (Weiqi, Igo, Baduk) Apparel
- This site by ricefield only has two shirts so far, but they're both quite nice.
- The official store of the Costa Rica Go Association.
- Hilltop Go
- Hilltop Go has a large number of go shirts in various CafePress stores. This site features pictures of the available designs and links to all the stores. There are a number of general designs, as well as shirts from recent US Go Congresses and the Tacoma Go Club, which support the AGF and Tacoma club respectively. The owner of Hilltop Go also maintains a list of other cafepress stores.
- Igo Ego
- This shop features a design with a go board and the characters for go in Japanese, Korean, and Chinese on three different shirts.
- 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.
- Leaf of the Tea
- This site features some nice simple designs by tealeaf that are ideal for wearing everyday.
- 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.
- Sente GoTee
- This shop has many different Go Tees and Novelties for the Go Addict.
- 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.
- Yellow Mountain Imports
- This site currently offers three different designs, including a great Monkey Jump t-shirt that you can use to intimidate your opponents during the endgame.
- In addition to go equipment, Yutopian also sells some shirts and other apparel. The easiest was to find these seems to be using the search function.
- 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.
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.