I bet you guys thought I would never get around to this shit. So, to make a long story short... every few months, I'd poke around the internet and see what options might exist to re-create the original TZT hoodies, in a manner that was both cheaper, and most importantly, a lot less work. The first company I used, while pretty great in quality (esp. the embroidering), was a real pain in the ass obviously (having to have everyone paypal stuff, then shipping each thing individually - I just don't have time/energy to do that again). There are more options these days to create-your-own-embroidered-hoodie online these days, but as far as I can tell, these all still work on the same model as the first. And in 2015 I tried to kick off another effort with USATees, but they flaked on me and keep changing their site. Gives me really low confidence. There are some other things that are more generic (like cafepress) - but I've not read great things about their quality. Enter, redbubble. It seems like a competitor to cafepress and I think they have better reviews. After trying them out, I can say their editing tools are much better and much less confusing. I created a hoodie using AD's troll, and even applied it to various other garments and goodies (shirts, phone cases, mugs, notebooks, stickers, even pillowcases - but fuck that, who really wants a pillowcase lol) The beauty of it is, you can now just order direct from redbubble and I don't have to play middle-man. There are a couple downsides though, in full disclosure: a) These are not embroidered. They are going to be screenprinted or whatever the hell the term is (silkscreened?) I have ordered a hoodie, shirt and notebook for myself, and while the logo still looks good, of course it's not going to be as nice as embroidered. b) Strong disclaimer: I have only just received these, and I HAVE NO IDEA HOW WELL THE LOGO WILL HOLD UP TO REPEATED WASHING c) On my fatty 2XL size hoodie, I kindof wish they logo was maybe a half inch or so further towards the shoulder, so it would show more when hoodie wasn't all the way zipped up. As it is - when unzipped, the logo is often partially or fully covered. It's hard to explain this so I'll attach pictures below to illustrate. It is quite possible that on a smaller size, the logo wouldn't be as close to the zipper. The redbubble editor won't let me move it out any further out. That said, it doesn't look bad, and when I zip the hoodie the placement doesn't look unnatural or anything. Again, take a look at the attached photos to see what I'm talking about (yeah my hair is fucked up and I basically look like I rolled out of bed). On the plus sides: a) You can self-order whatever you want in whatever sizes. Delivery is pretty quick. b) The hoodie itself seems quite nice. Soft on the inside, and feels well made. Warm, would block wind better than the original TZT hoodies. There are also non-zippered styles for people who prefer that look. c) The premium shirt I ordered also seems rly good quality, though it's pretty pricey imo, almost as much as the hoodie which is a bit ridiculous. I got the grey and I really like the way it looks. It would be interesting if someone ordered some of the standard shirts and shared how those fit/looked. d) It's a lot cheaper - I think between shipping and manufacture costs, people were sending me between $55-65 for the originals. These are in the $45 range. Anyhow, here's the pics. I think it would be cool if we had some early adopters (other than myself, esp. less-fat ppl) to get some and report back on how they fit and look (especially through multiple washes and heavier wear). As I said, I only got a black hoodie, a premium dark-grey shirt, and a black notebook (hardbound) and I'm happy w/all three. I'll probably also get a mug. Props the the first person to rock something really weird/ugly like a tanktop and posting pics lol.