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MP Guy
03-09-2005, 16:47
I am looking into getting offical RFF t shirts. However, it would be nice to know approx size ranges prior to ordering. Please answer the following poll if you would be interested in an RFF t shirt.

rover
03-09-2005, 16:49
Hmmm, do we have to admit to a multiple XL in publicl? :)

Roman
03-09-2005, 17:06
In accordance with the current monthly photo theme ('Fat'), I'd be interested in a 'Large' one (hey, I like tight fitting T-shirts, want to show off my curves.... ;) ).

Roman

digitalox
03-09-2005, 17:12
M or L here.

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Roman
03-09-2005, 17:13
... and I always thought everything is larger in Texas.

Roman

FrankS
03-09-2005, 17:14
XL - I'm a whole-lota-photographer!

back alley
03-09-2005, 17:16
i like my t-shirts a bit loose...3x please.

joe

digitalox
03-09-2005, 17:43
Just about everything Roman, just about ;)

Todd.Hanz
03-09-2005, 18:03
T-shirts? is it really gonna happen? Cool, reminds me of an old posting: http://www.rangefinderforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=810&highlight=t-shirt

Todd

George S.
03-09-2005, 18:47
XL for me.

Thanks

Honu-Hugger
03-09-2005, 19:14
XL and I'll wear it proudly -- cooler than cool!

bmattock
03-09-2005, 19:26
XXL, you WIMPS! XL on me looks like a rubber band on an egg.

Speedos would be a lethal weapon.

Best Regards,

Bill Mattocks

CleverName
03-09-2005, 19:32
I voted XL. Not that I need an XL or anything...I would look quite dashing in a medium. It's just that I would need the extra room to maneuver so I could safely flee the hordes of sexy babes chasing after me in my really cool RFF t-shirt.

bmattock
03-09-2005, 19:37
I voted XL. Not that I need an XL or anything...I would look quite dashing in a medium. It's just that I would need the extra room to maneuver so I could safely flee the hordes of sexy babes chasing after me in my really cool RFF t-shirt.

I guess you've never played hockey, eh? We get that jersey up over your head, and your rangefinder is gone, baby. LOL!

OK, just kidding. But still...

Best Regards,

Bill Mattocks

Krasnaya_Zvezda
03-09-2005, 19:41
Very cool idea, Jorge. I'm for a large, but I'm hoping by the time this comes to fruition, I'll be a medium.
Yeah right, who am I kidding.
The only medium I ever have a chance to be is the kind that talks to dead people.

Natalia
03-09-2005, 19:46
Back to the gym for me...Thanks, Jorge, for the reason;)

DougK
03-09-2005, 19:59
XL for me, please, although I hope that it will fit more loosely in the near future...

tedwhite
03-09-2005, 20:04
As I had no idea what the poll was about, I put "small." Figuring small might not hurt too much.

Now that I know it's T shirts. Scratch small, insert large.

And, by the way, what does the T shirt "say"?

If You Don't Know What "RFF" Means, You're One Small Step Above Pond Scum.

"RFF" Does Not Mean 'Rifle Fast Fire.'"

Range Finder Forums. (Bunch of people from all over the world talk about their weird cameras).

RFF: Leica, Zorki, Fed, Yashica, Bessa, Olympus, Contax, Kiev, Minolta, Canon - Got One?

MP Guy
03-09-2005, 21:20
bump this thread

Natalia
03-09-2005, 21:40
But really, Jorge, what's the text on the T-shirt? Can we vote for one? :)

MP Guy
03-09-2005, 21:42
I will most likely have the logo from this page and some other text. I will entertain input on this so, feel free to post away.

RayPA
03-09-2005, 22:49
large for me.

RML
03-10-2005, 00:38
I'll need an L, but my wife fits easily in an S, and Nomin can get away with even smaller than that. :)

rover
03-10-2005, 02:50
I can make XL work, but if some XXLs show up I like the extra room. I use it as a reminder to stop inflating myself when a XXL starts feeling like the right size.

Nick R.
03-10-2005, 06:34
I lost 60 lbs this year so I'll take a small. I feel like I've turned from an slr into an rf camera myself.

GermanB
03-10-2005, 08:14
M for me please, I haven't been able to get L, even if lately I've tried, few exercise, etc...
:)

sockeyed
03-10-2005, 08:47
Medium for plain ol' average me.

taffer
03-10-2005, 09:08
L size here :)

nnamrod
03-10-2005, 09:11
Only if no synthetics and they are true to RFF colors!

Pic taken by my son in Glasgow with my G1 45/f2

felipe
03-10-2005, 10:31
Am I the only slightly synthetics sensitive parttime skeleton here?
I fear I might need an S! And only 100% cotton may touch my shiny bones :D

Jorge, IMHO it would be quite cool to have all the ideas collected in an extra thread?
Or maybe sketch out some ideas and have another poll?
just an idea though, don't even know if it's a good one :)

I'm loaded up with work for the weekend but may very well have mucho free time next week, so as always, email me if you need anything (graphically) done, I'll be glad to help the "family"..

cheers,
Phil

Socke
03-10-2005, 10:47
Ok, ok, I have to get into a gym so I'll fit in L. Until then I'll take a M :-)

Lou Iaquinto
03-10-2005, 12:47
XL as long as it's black Jorge. Like Orson Welles said, once a man reaches 50 he should only wear black.

Lou

Stu :)
03-10-2005, 13:55
XL here.

I'm not so much of a "well rounded", but more "straight up" photographer.

When you measure in at 6'3" the extra length is good. Unless you want me to wander around with my stomach on display... (ohh horror, think of the children!)

Stu :)

nwcanonman
03-10-2005, 14:43
Actually I prefer XXL. After I wash a XL a couple times it's too small, so XXL shrinks to "just right" ~ ; - )
I know what the shirt should say -
" I helped write an RFF book and all I got was this lousy T-Shirt"
LOL.

MP Guy
03-10-2005, 20:17
bumping the thread. I can do that :)

MP Guy
03-14-2005, 09:06
ok. dont forget to pre order your shirt by clicking here: www.rangefinderforum.com/shopping.php

tedwhite
03-14-2005, 17:02
Do you have any pictures of the T shirt?

Ted

MP Guy
03-14-2005, 18:14
on the home page

Stephan
03-16-2005, 06:46
Looks like were all fat dudes here :p

MP Guy
03-23-2005, 21:41
Ok, t-shirts should be here in another week or so. However, I saw so many people voting on the poll that I ordered 100 shirts. So far only 14 people have orered :( Looks like I a going to have a shirt for everyday for the next few months :)

nwcanonman
03-23-2005, 23:05
Ha! LOL
Well, if my wife likes the one I've ordered for me, she'll get one also. That makes only 99 to go ~ ; - )

hoot
04-12-2005, 08:57
What do the t-shirts look like and where can I order one?

Roman
04-12-2005, 10:20
Ronnie,
the T-shirts became hats/base caps - Jorge wasn't satisified with the quality of the Ts...

Roman

paulfish4570
09-05-2012, 15:35
oh, bother. an old thread ...

Mike Riches
09-05-2012, 15:38
XXL better , black, pocket,100% pre washed

ornate_wrasse
09-05-2012, 15:42
XXL better , black, pocket,100% pre washed

Hey Mike!

Aren't you getting to be a bit demanding? :D :D

As for me, I don't see an X-Small as one of the choices, but that's what I would select if it were an option.

Ellen

Keith
09-05-2012, 15:51
oh, bother. an old thread ...



This thread started before I joined in 2006! :eek:

It's bad enough that I spend so much time here instead of having a life without advertising the fact that I'm completely addicted by wearing the shirt as well!

It is like the 'borg' you know ... assimilation becomes complete with the T-shirt! :D

Paulbe
09-05-2012, 17:30
Yes! We need a 2XL--for comfort, doncha know! :-) :-)
Hate that confined feeling....

Mike Riches
09-05-2012, 18:33
Hey Mike!

Aren't you getting to be a bit demanding? :D :D

As for me, I don't see an X-Small as one of the choices, but that's what I would select if it were an option.

Ellen

Hi Eiien When it comes to tee,s

rpsawin
09-05-2012, 20:48
i like my t-shirts a bit loose...3x please.

joe

Me too...

Thanks,

Bob

hrzlvn
09-05-2012, 20:56
Is it still available?

Tony Whitney
09-05-2012, 21:32
XL please. Neat idea - nobody would know what the heck it was all about, which is good!

dct
09-06-2012, 06:50
Is it really still available? Are there images around how the t-shirt looks like?
And: How can I order an "L"?

Sparrow
09-06-2012, 09:57
... no one went for S and M then?

Terry Christian
09-06-2012, 10:01
I'd wear a Medium.