Steve Jobs will definitely be missed, and today's 2011 Holiday Gift Guide entry honors his memory, while also helping a great cause. What you see above is the GeeksRiot Steve Jobs Tribute t-shirt. All proceeds from the $25 purchase go towards Movember and the fight against cancer. Aside from all that, though, the shirt looks ridiculously cool. Seriously, we've seen 'em in person, and they're high quality. Go check them out, and grab a couple for the Apple fans in your life!
J!NX is a very cool site with t-shirts for the geek who wants to be blunt. We especially dig this comment on Pacman in the form of a light blue tee that comes in 5 sizes for ~$20.00. If that one is too gory for you, check through their newest releases for both men and women for all things gaming and computer oriented. JINX frequently has deals on close-outs and discontinued shirts and stickers.
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Say it ain’t so! In one of the last bastions of all things fem, Sanrio has found it fitting to create Hello Kitty products for young men after a Limited Edition collection proved popular. Included in the assortment will be t-shirts, watches, bags, and other articles in decidedly masculine shades of black and blue. No matter what the color, Sanrio seems confident that it will sell in Japan next month and not long after in other Asian countries and the U.S. Even with its slightly revamped image, you still have to be comfortable with yourself to wear one of these items, male or female.
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Anyone who has ever played the first Nintendo system and had it fail mid-game recognizes this sentiment. Started by the creators of College Humor, they sell a wide assortment of original t-shirts and hoodies because, as they say, they want people to “have fun, laugh, look good, feel comfortable, get good jobs, and get sweaty dancing.” Currently all their tees are only $15.99 each (with free shipping if you live in the U.S.) They also encourage others to send in pics with modeling their wares or submit designs for their consideration. If you are overwhelmed by the multitudes on Cafe Press, you might give the site a nod.
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