A comprehensive resource of defunct t-shirt labels manufactured prior to the year 2000.
Brand #26: Crazy Shirts
Era: Late 1960s-current
Information: Who knew an operation that started in a little Hawaiian shack in 1964 would grow in to 41 locations worldwide? They began as screen printers but Crazy Shirts went on to manufacture and print their own tees rather than just distributing blanks. Then they piggybacked the surfing explosion in the 1970s by reaching out to a global market via magazine mail order. Crazy Shirts quite frequently held exclusive licensing deals throughout their years, most notably Kliban Cat, which they still hold to this day.
Their colorful embroidered tags are a standout from other brands – and especially the smaller exterior tag sometimes situated on the bottom hem of their tees.
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