Fish Face is a company that has the perfect t-shirt for dad this Father’s Day. What better way to spoil dad than with a Fishing shirt?
Fish Face is a clothing line that came on the market in 1996. Fish Face is the brainchild of Chicago based graphic designer / illustrator Troy Thomas. Troy, a life long fisherman and hunter, started Fish Face because he want to express his passion for the outdoors thru a fresh new look at the traditional American pastimes.
They carry items for men, women, kids, caps, and gift ideas. Is your dad/husband an outdoors man? Fish Face would make a great gift, as you can choose from Fishing, Hunting, Outdoors, and/or Sports.
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Fish Face has the perfect t-shirt for my husband.
My husband is big into fishing, he owns like 6 fishing rods. I joke with him why? He only has two hands. *sigh* When he goes fishing, it’s his way of relaxing and he wants to be left alone. This is why I was excited to get him the “Don’t Bobber Me” t-shirt.
I love the fun, cute, unique way the t-shirt arrived.
It arrived folded into white paper with a label as if I purchased fresh fish from the local fish market. Here is a close up picture.
This shirt is very well made. It’s so soft and comfortable as well.
The fishing t-shirt is 6.1oz., preshrunk cotton with double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves. Shirt comes in Sports Grey. It retails $21.95 which is a good value for a funny shirt.
Fish Face is also a proud donor to the following 3 conversation groups: Trout Unlimited, Whitetails Unlimited, and The Nature Conservancy. It’s important to protect nature or we won’t have it to enjoy anymore. This is why my husband only does catch and release fishing.
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