This tee comes in "silver," a nice neutral light gray. Kind of like smoke.
When the crew just wants to get good and gritty, they head on down to the dingy anonymity of The Smoke, a dive bar so classic there's even a permanent old guy named after his favorite stool. The Smoke had their own matchbooks printed in the early 1960s, which is where we found this vintage artwork. Note that this was before Laszlo's ("OH SHIIIT!") spun off as its own cafe. Long-time patron Blast-Off Lou tells us the famous rotating hibachi grill was decommissioned in the early 1990s, when "a real ass-wipe from some college" fell on it and burned his hands.
This shirt is made of 4.5oz 100% soft-spun cotton, for a slightly softer and lighter feel. The extremely durable artwork is professionally printed to wear-in slightly on the first wash, giving you that awesome "thrift store treasure" quality we were hoping to achieve with this tee.