If you're already eyeing a luxury suicide pod from Switzerland, you're probably like us and here for a good time not a long time. Celebrate living life to its fullest and going out on your own terms with this colorful 1970s inspired shirt. Loaded with retro charm and a hint of existential angst, this funny groovy shirt is perfect for having the last laugh at death's expense and dying in style.
- pre-shrunk, baby soft, light weight, ringspun cotton
- hand printed in the USA with eco-friendly water-based inks
- true to size
Our stylish mens t-shirts feature a unisex fit and run true to size. We print on soft, light weight, ringspun cotton using eco-friendly water-based inks. All of our items are designed and hand-printed to order in our southern California studio.
Our mens tees run true to size, measurements as follows:
Small: 18 inches wide x 28 inches in length
Medium: 20 inches wide x 29 inches in length
Large: 22 inches wide x 30 inches in length
X-Large: 24 inches wide x 31 inches in length
2X-Large: 26 inches wide x 32 inches in length
3X-Large: 28 inch width x 33 inch length
What do you get when you shop Boredwalk?
😎 Soft, stylish clothing that will definitely get you smiles, nods, and compliments from a secret society of other cool, likeminded humans. And some non-humans. Probably. 👽 😻
🗽 Clothing & accessories designed & printed in & shipped from the USA (California, to be precise).
🙌 The self-satisfaction of knowing that Boredwalk donates thousands to worthy charitable organizations every year. High fives all around! 🙌
👩🏽🎨 Knowing that you’re supporting a woman- and artist-owned small business creating rad jobs in the US.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Shopping with a company committed to delivering a 5-star customer experience.
🚚 FREE shipping and FREE exchanges on U.S. orders.
😍 Printing on custom styles available upon request.
Very soft, fit is great. Graphic, as always, is killer.
Excellent. Great company never have any complaints. Great customer service
I adore this shirt. Living a long life should not be the goal. As more of us, and the number is growing, acknowledge that living too long puts too much of a strain on resources and is severely detrimental to the younger generations, then maybe, just maybe, we can have a conversation about how the end of life should look. Huzzah!
we love all the shirts we have gotten from you and this one gets the most attention so far