Mitchell & Ness City Tees.....Tell Us What You Think

We have an idea. And we want your opinion.

Will you represent your city in these Mitchell & Ness "City Tees"?  Please note, these tees do not have a specific team logo. The distressed graphic just references a city.  But we think that’s ok. Sometimes subtle is good – it keeps people on their toes.

The tees will be made in our lightweight, 100% cotton ringspun jersey and vintage garment washed. Tees would retail for $25.00.  (C’mon, you know that’s a good price for Mitchell & Ness product!)

Tell us what you think.  Do you like them? Would you buy them? Are there any other cities of interest that we missed? 

If we get enough positive feedback, these tees may just make an appearance on our website for purchase.

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June 3, 2010 | E-mail | Comments (6) | Comment RSSRSS comment feed

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6/3/2010 2:53:12 PM

I like 'em. I'd buy them.  One that says "Mile High" or "Mile High City" would be cool

Jasen Candelaria | Reply

6/3/2010 3:05:55 PM

Honestly, no. They're bordering on cheesy and there's nothing original about them. I feel like I've seen these many times over.

Judge | Reply

6/3/2010 3:09:37 PM

Hell yes!!

Pete McNally | Reply

6/3/2010 3:22:21 PM

I'm from Chicago and a White Sox ticket holder.  I will not wear any shirt printed in Cubbie blue.  Worse yet, I'm offended because, and I think most Cubs fans would agree with me, the color chosen does not represent the gritiness, toughness, and blue collar work ethic of the City of Chicago.  Of all the major sports franchises in Chicago, the Cubs least represent what the city of Chicago is all about.  I think that is what these shirts are suppose to be all about.

Jim Daniel | Reply

6/3/2010 4:44:48 PM

I'm from Chicago and a White Sox ticket holder.  I will not wear any shirt printed in Cubbie blue.  Worse yet, I'm offended because, and I think most Cubs fans would agree with me, the color chosen does not represent the gritiness, toughness, and blue collar work ethic of the City of Chicago.  Of all the major sports franchises in Chicago, the Cubs least represent what the city of Chicago is all about.  I think that is what these shirts are suppose to be all about.

Jim Daniel | Reply

6/3/2010 5:54:10 PM

Love the "Chi Town" you got the colors just right.

Joel Lozada | Reply

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