Fresh Clean Tunes (October 2021)
We’re always doing a lot at Fresh Clean Tees, so it’s nice to take a breath and look back from time to time. So here’s a bit of what we pulled off this October!
We launched new color Brick.
We figured we could nail a shade somewhere between pink and red, and our color Brick is an instant hit. We also used its sales as a crew neck t-shirt, v-neck t-shirt, and polo shirt for a good cause, given that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. So we donated a portion of all Brick sales to charitable organizations that are dedicated to breast cancer research and care.
We redesigned our pocket tees.
Although we were huge fans of our old pocket tees, we knew we could do ‘em better. So we went back to the drawing board earlier this year and really, truly redeveloped pocket tees to stand out in a wardrobe’s lineup. Now, after months in research and development, our pocket tees are softer than ever, more durable than ever, and straight up slaying with a sharp, redesigned pocket that’s more modern than standard. Check out Pocket Tees 2.0!
We launched new hoodies.
Our men’s hoodies have always been popular, but with the cold days and colder nights ahead, we thought our hoodies could use an upgrade. So we made our zip-up hoodies and pullover hoodies softer and longer-lasting, and we even redesigned them a bit. They now fit better than ever, especially in the neck and cuffs, and they come with pretty sharp-looking aglets that are made of polished nickel. Check out our new hoodies!
We launched new polos.
Our colors Military and Garnet are hugely popular in every style we put ‘em in, so we added them to our (also insanely popular) lineup of polo shirts. Check out our brand-new military polo shirt and garnet polo shirt!
We played the hits.
Our team was all over the musical map this month! Some of us were blasting punk band Turnstile’s latest album. Some of us were revisiting pop punk classics like Motion City Soundtrack and Modern Baseball. Some of us were way more chill, with Proleter, Sigur Rós, Jadu Jadu, and The Chieftains. Check out our favorite songs from October below!
— Jake Kilroy
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