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Master of Merch Teejerker Announces New Collection

Slayer, 1991

Our pal Matt Sloane over at Teejerker has been rooting around for new old tees again! Tonight at 6pm UK time he’s dropping a big new collection on his site, but he was kind enough to give us a sneak-peak of it in the gallery above.

Yeah, we know what Dee Snider yesterday said about vintage tees on celebs, but we also know that Matt’s a real fan and collector, and that his heart’s in the right place with this whole enterprise. He’s sold to other people whose hearts are in the right place too: Travis Barker, members of Nothing, Basement and Obey the Brave have all bought shirts from him in the past. Speaking to us back in August, he put it thus:

There definitely nostalgia around owning any physical item from a past subculture you relate to, even if you weren’t there at the time — an original press of a record is one thing but a shirt which has been loved by a metalhead/grunger/punk from years ago is awesome. This ties into the unique wear and fading on a vintage tee, when a black tee has turned light grey you know that shirt has really lived, I think that’s pretty cool.”

We’re inclined to agree. Go get a tee from him right here.

Posted on October 19th 2017, 5:21p.m.
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