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ANN ARBOR-- The fashion world is abuzz with enthusiasm after images of the 2012 Fall MGoShirt line were leaked last night. Less than twenty four hours after MGoBlog member and reported WikiLeaks contributor JeepinBen* published the images, UGP and designer Six Zero are proud to unveil the offerings with this official press release.
Without further ado, then, please welcome the MGoShirt 2012 Fall Collection (To get a closer look, or to order a shirt, please click on the corresponding image):
A bold and stylish ode to culinary delight, this tee celebrates the hunger we all feel as the season draws nearer... and the feast we shall all enjoy starting September 1st. Available in S-3XL.
The Flow, Brunettes, and more after THE JUMP!
So, my friends, it's a brand new year and less than a month until National Signing Day... plenty of time to update your Michigan wardrobe. Plenty of time to get rid of all those neon yellow "All In" RR tees and replace them with something timeless, something brand new, and something awesome. Let's take a look at the latest designs in the MGoStore...
In a recent thread, someone asked who our favorite Wolverine was. After initially listing about 11 of the most prominent UM heroes that popped into my mind, I took some time to reflect on it and was able to narrow it down to 2. Number 2, in fact. (The other was 56, but that's another story).
Charles Woodson, a hero for any generation of Wolverine fans and certainly mine, was a beacon of hope every time he stepped on the field. Defense? INT. Offense? TD. Special Teams? TD. Celebrate the legend and help support Mott's in the process.
From "KICK IT THROUGH THE UPRIGHTS" to the postgame press conference and into the lore of Michigan football, one young man has us all thinking about dark-haired women these days. Wear your preference with pride and hope your girlfriend isn't a natural blonde!
The title says it all. Words to live by. Wear them on your sleeve, err, chest.
Also, Visit the MGoStore to check out all of the designs, including the
exclusive Lloyd Brady Collection and all of the other shirts that
will tell everyone why it's Great, To Be, A Michigan Wolverine.
(I'm assuming this should be an OT post)
Just a shoutout on a nice MGoDeal: I was walking around the various Art Fairs today and stopped by Underground Printing as they had a few MGoBlog t-shirts on sale for $5 each. I picked up "ALL IN", "Queme los barcos/Queme los sofas" and "In Rod We Trust" (the only one I didn't end up with was the Paterno/Yoda shirt) and they still had tons available in many sizes. If you don't see them outside they have a lot more inside, plus the othe ones at regular prices.
I was disappointed to learn last night that Moe Sport Shop sold to Underground Printing. Underground will keep the Moe name & some of the memorabilia, but from what I was told it seems that's about all that will be reminiscent of the old Moe's. As a friend of the Van de Wege family and a former employee, I wish Bud Sr. & Buddy much luck in their future. The shop won't be the same without them there, and I sincerely hope that Underground will perpetuate the culture and tradition that the Van de Wege's upheld when they bought the Moe name. I don't believe that everyone will share the same sentiment with that store as I do, but hopefully those of you who frequently shopped there while attending UM will understand what I've been talking about. :-(
I just wanted to write a big thank you to Underground Printing. My friend went to Underground today and, due to the kindness of their employees, walked out with four free tickets to tonight's hockey game. My friends and I were able to attend the game in style (drinking hockey beer from hockey town and watching a sweet Michigan beatdown), and none of it would have been possible without the awesomeness that is Underground Printing.
If you haven't bought anything from the MGoStore, you should hang your head in shame. Terrible, terrible shame. However, there is a cure for shame, and it's achieved by buying t-shirts. I wear my "Queme los Sofas" shirt with pride.
So, yes, thank you Underground Printing. If anyway else has nice things to say about them, please post accordingly.