American Pride MMA TShirt

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  1. ultmma

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    Don't see many MMA tshirt posts in this section but hey I'll give it a shot. Let me know what you think of our design. Its our first one so critique constructively or flame away its a forum so do both

    Got a couple of more designs coming out later this month for sale
     
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    I have t-shirts that have small logos on the sleeves. I prefer large designs on the back and small logos on the front. Just my preference. :D
     
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    In my opinion, this shirt would look much better with clean lines and a simpler design. The whole "blood spatter" look isn't always bad, and it's not overdone here, but it's just a bit played out. Not a bad shirt though.
     
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    tiger.shark To the sharks!

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    It's not really original, but I'd buy it.
     
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    Fairly generic design, but well executed. We see more and more big prints and odd print locations becoming more popular. If I had a clothing line, I would use the general ideas that are popular but in a different way. Different color schemes, creative embellishing, and unique graphics.
     
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    Thanks TD. I also tend to favor simpler designs sometimes rather than the "in your face" "extreme" style MMA designs have been stuck in.

    We got five different designs coming out some more grunge looking which seems the MMA theme for some reason & a couple that are completely different than the normal style MMA shirts

    As a whole mainstream MMA shirts all tend be on the too busy side of the things
     
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    Cool site by the way. I'm trying to think which current brands pull off that style well Tri Cosat (which I like) and I think warrior wear were big into that for awhile

    Have you seen what Clinch Gear has been up to? I'm liking it .
     

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