Thriving Ink – Plain & Simple

Every once in a while we all just want a plan and simple t-shirt to wear, and Thriving Ink can bring you just that.  Not only can they do that but they can also bring you comfortable and good looking.  How does that sound? Pretty effin good huh?

Thriving Ink was started by 20 year old Matt Dronkers from the San Fransisco Bay Area, and the brand itself was made for the people who live there.  They won’t shut out visitors though, anyone is welcome to buy one of these high quality tees and bring a little bit of San Fran home with them.  So lets take a look at what they have to offer:



This is one of the many tri-blend shirts that Thriving Ink has to offer.  I LOVE these tri-blend shirts, they are the softest nicest feeling shirts out there, in my opinion anyway.  This design titled Crest goes for just $21.95 which is a steal for the quality of this shirt.


Old English
Old English

These crewneck sweatshirts are pretty popular right now, I’m not a huge fan of them but this one I can say I would actually wear.  Also, those custom hem tags look really awesome, I think those are on all Thriving Ink garments.  This crewneck is $40, costs a pretty penny but remember you’re paying for top quality stuff here.

There are so many products in the Thriving Ink store I cant sit here and list them off, but their store is so easy to manage that you shouldn’t have a problem looking through it.  By the way, they have a Christmas sale going on right now, you can use the discount code SFXMAS for 20% off your entire purchase.  Sounds like a great way to try out a new brand, now doesn’t it?

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Posted on December 21, 2010, in Features and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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