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    Default T-shirt source - synthetic, AT specific design

    I'm looking for a source to buy new synthetic AT shirts for me and my husband to commemorate our upcoming completion of the trail. Would love to have a variety of cool colors and designs to choose from. Mostly what I've found is 100% cotton - not what I need.

    Surely someone out there makes synthetic shirts that aren't just solids. I want mountains, a white blaze, some words.

    I could order custom shirts, but I'd rather support a business that's already making what I want. Any recommendations?

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    Well, the ATC store has some non cotton shirts for a start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Snowman View Post
    Well, the ATC store has some non cotton shirts for a start.
    True, I looked at their inventory. I found a couple. One is kinda non-pretty. The other is a possibility.

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    Try SEEK dry goods. ( i like the shirt with the bear and the whiteblaze overlooking McAfee).
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    Quote Originally Posted by JNI64 View Post
    Try SEEK dry goods. ( i like the shirt with the bear and the whiteblaze overlooking McAfee).
    Thank you. They have a lot of nice designs. Looks like most are a cotton/poly blend. If I accept that as an option, this gives me several good choices.

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    There were a few really nice ones at Trail Days year before last when I was there.You maybe could chase that supply trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamadog View Post
    There were a few really nice ones at Trail Days year before last when I was there.You maybe could chase that supply trail.
    This is a good suggestion for after our completion. We've never been to TD, but maybe 2021 we should go. Just because we finish the trail doesn't mean we'll stop walking on it.

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    What sections do you still have to complete?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmitchell View Post
    What sections do you still have to complete?
    We have a handful of slacks and smallish backpack sections in NH and ME totaling less than 110 miles (Moosilauke, Kinsmans, Wildcats, Mahoosucs - yeah, I know, it's all the tough stuff!), then we've saved a 20+ mile piece of Tennessee for last. Our early November finale will be the gentle lovely section SOBO from Elk Park to Indian Grave Gap, with the final night at Beauty Spot. Can't wait!

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    Try cafeexpress.com. They have some AT stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouser999 View Post
    Try cafeexpress.com. They have some AT stuff
    100% cotton or a blend, but they do have some nice designs. Thank you.

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    http://www.mountaincrossings.com/Tra...amerbc-001.htm

    didn't look if they had a women's version

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    Gator,
    Those are some good links! Thank you!

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