If the man of steel skateboarded, he would wear the Analog Hero T-Shirt.
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Check yourself before you wreck yourself
Overall its a good shirt, but like other people have said, the print comes off easy and it shrinks if you wash it..
sucks the big one
this sucks because you can't ship it to me in canada probably not your fault but it still sucks
Fit for a king
I have yet to put this shirt through the wash but print, as stated in other reviews (as bad), does not appear to be any worse then that of other companies.
I'm 6.1 and 160lbsish and the large fits me very well, I only air fluff my shirts so they have the same fit but things put through heat tend to shrink vertically not horizontally. Mine fits fine and looks good and I don't think that will change soon.
TIP: Turn your shirts inside out when you wash them to preserve the printing!
Cheap digital print
I bought one of these Analog Hero prints in 2007 / 2008 as well as a couple of Volcom Tees. They ended up being cheap digital prints not proper screen printed t-shirts. Only 1 of the Volcom shirts was a screen print. The difference is the print fades quickly only after a few washes on a digital print. You'll see a fuzz of cotton comming through the print and it looks worn out. This is why you can go to custom websites and print one off digital prints on t-shirts or hoodies of your own design so cheaply.
A screen print, so long as it's done with good inks should outlast the clothing. The way to tell before you buy if the t-shirt or hoodie is a screen print and not a cheap digital print is to feel the print. A screen print will have a rubbery or plastic feel, a digital print does not as the ink soakes into the the cotton and is then heated/set.
Fit for a short fat troll.
I bought the XL version of this shirt. After the first washing it turned into some freakish looking thing fitted for a short fat troll. The sleeves shrunk, the body shrunk, and it somehow seemed to get wider. I'll never wear it in public again.