J'ai pris un L pour tester les produits FanGamer (les Tee venant des US sont très souvent taillés plus grands que les Tee européens mais ici, que néni ^^ ). Tee assez léger (n'est pas un 100% cotton) mais est du plus bel effet et est très agréable à porter.
Effectivement comme annoncé plus bas, l'impression est moins flashouille que le graphisme exposé.
On verra dans le temps comment se comporte le Tee au fur et à mesure des lavages mais pour l'instant c'est impec!
NB: 1m85 / 82kg > le L est parfait.
I've fallen in love in recent years with the 50/50 polyblend shirts and this one is no exception. It's a great, thin material and combined with the purposefully faded design, gives these kinds of shirts a nice vintage look. This one is no exception, except the colors really pop on this!
That said, I was a little frustrated to find my shirt on the low-end of medium. I'm comfortably on the high-end of medium which means almost every t-shirt in my closet is a medium because a like a slightly tight fit anyway. That said, this thing was just too snug. The medium says it runs 38-40 but I got my tape measure out and found this to be a 37. Obviously, not a huge deal and I've been needing to lose some pounds anyway, but I wanted to throw it out there if you're used to just buying medium t-shirts without usually having to worry about it. I don't know if it's just a small print run or what, but my recommendation would be to ask the Fangamer staff to measure the shirt for you before it goes out.
My first shirt from Fangamer, and it's awesome! The print is vibrant, shirt fits nicely and the fabric is comfy. Great purchase for Necrodancer fans and others as well.
I was waffling between this design or the Cryptic Beat one, so I decided to buy both (Cryptic for me and Rock for my husband) :P The art on this one is really excellent though his shirt looks somewhat more faded / less vibrant than those in the example images, dunno if that's a fluke or maybe a quirk of printing on the Port & Company 55 fabric or whatever, but it's not a big deal. I will say though, if you're trying to decide between the two, there was a Cryptic Beat skeleton button included with my shirt but not with his! So, if you REALLY need a button get the other shirt, but the art on here is soooo goooood - so obviously, what I'm actually saying is get both.
Lock yourself into the procedurally generated groove and outdance a dungeon-full of foes who won't stop until they get enough.
This official Crypt of the NecroDancer shirt was designed by our own Jon Kay and printed on 50/50 shirts using soft, waterbase ink. Because now would be an especially bad time for your clothes to get in the way of your moves.
|Unisex XS-2X||American Apparel BB401|
|Women's XS-4X||District Made 1080L|
|Unisex 3X-6X||Port & Company 55|