MERCHANDISE – PREORDER YOUR RWB X 7TUNE SHIRTS TODAY

It’s been long in the making, but finally the time has come for us to release the worlds first ever 7Tune tee shirts and we are kicking it off in the hugest way possible in a collaboration tee with one of the most famous Japanese Automotive brands in the world, RAUH Welt Begriff…

7TUNE X RWB TEE-SHIRT
¥3,800

A select few own RWB Porsches, many millions of people have seen them, others have photographed them ( including us! ) but no-one has been able to say they wear a co-branded tee outside of Japan… until today.

These collaborative tee-shirts are a world exclusive item unavailable through any other shop, brand or site on the net. In fact, 7Tune is the first and only brand in the world that has been given the privilege of creating a shirt with RWB. That makes these quite a collectors item.

Today, you don’t need an RWB Porsche to feel like you’re part of it all…

Show your support for both brands and wear them with pride!

With official recognition and approval given by Akira Nakai at RWB, we went about designing a simple but attractive and stylish tee that can be worn anywhere in both white and black colors…

We chose a premium quality silk-screening process from a manufacturer in Japan on equal quality pre-shrunk cotton tees with the RAUH Welt Begriff name on the front and the 7Tune brand on the back.

 

The RWB logo on the front measures 250mm and the 7Tune logo has been enlarged from the test samples from 110mm to 130mm.

When going for the color of the lettering, we chose a metallic gold hue that reflects Akira Nakai’s stance on classic styles.

The “7-Ball” also gets that same color with black shirts sporting white lettering and white shirts taking black lettering.

Inside, we have official 7Tune tags to make the shirts even more authentic and desirable.

We’ve printed only 160 of these shirts in total and once they are sold out, that’s it, so get your order in with your preferred size while you have the chance because we know they are simply not going to last.

FOR SIZING, PLEASE CONSULT THE FOLLOWING CHART…
(Keep in mind that this is based on Japanese sizes so for Western buyers, an XL in Japan would likely be an L in your country.**CLICK TO EXPAND CHART**)

 

1. PRICING CONDITIONS:

 

*  EACH SHIRT, IN EITHER COLOR IS ¥4 8 0 0 INCLUDING ALL SHIPPING CHARGES TO ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.

** PAYMENTS ACCEPTED WITH PAYPAL OR CREDIT CARD. MOST MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED.

*** S and XXX-L SIZES CARRY A SURCHARGE OF ¥250 YEN PER ORDER

 

2. PRE-ORDER CONDITIONS:

 

*  PRE-ORDER IS AVAILABLE FROM NOW UNTIL THE 22nd of NOVEMBER 2011.

**  ORDERS RECEIVED BETWEEN NOW AND THE 22nd OF NOVEMBER WILL BE SHIPPED ON THE 24th of NOVEMBER.

*** PLEASE ALLOW UP TO ONE WEEK TO RECEIVE YOUR ORDER.

****  ALL OTHER ORDERS WILL BE FILLED AS DEMANDED AFTER THE 24TH OF NOVEMBER.

 

3. SHIPPING CONDITIONS:

*   ALL ORDERS ARE SHIPPED BY REGISTERED AIRMAIL, EX. JAPAN UNTIL SOLD OUT.

** EACH ORDER WILL HAVE A UNIQUE TRACKING NUMBER THAT CAN BE USED TO LOCATE PARCELS.

 

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING 7TUNE AND WE HOPE YOU ENJOY THESE AWESOME, ONE-OF-A-KIND SHIRTS.

ALL INQUIRIES CAN BE SENT TO SALES@7TUNE.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION.

 

7TUNE. The ULTIMATE JDM Experience Since 2005

Words – Adam Zillin

Photos – Pozland Photography


9 thoughts on “MERCHANDISE – PREORDER YOUR RWB X 7TUNE SHIRTS TODAY”

  1. Do you actually have permission from Akira to sell these? Or is that like when you steal content from others and pass it off as your own?

    1. I suggest you keep those accusations to yourself. You don’t know what you’re talking about. If you have a problem with Adam or 7Tune then boycott the site, don’t look at it, if you’re just coming here to stir trouble then you have too much time on your hands. I could go on but I don’t feel I need to. Good day to you, sir.

    2. Yeah they’re Legit, “Mr. Ripoff”. Ask Akira himself. I suspect he knows you.

      So… are you going to buy one or just try and stain a good reputation with lies and baseless accusations?

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  3. Cheers Adam, have always loved your work, and the RWB coverage in particular!
    I’m always looking forward to reading about your car adventures in Japan, so
    please keep it coming! (Lambo articles were FANTASTIC!)

    That being said – to be honest these
    T-shirts are way too expensive. I did some checking, and found some sites for
    companies in Japan that print T-shirts (http://www.infac-planning.com/) which show that each
    T-shirt would only cost you less than 1000 yen. I do understand the premium that
    comes with being associated with RWB (because these are “Officially Licenced”!!!)
    but really – nearly 5000 yen per shirt? That means a profit of 4000 yen per
    shirt! Please stick to covering cars, and not peddling T-shirts for an
    exorbitant profit – I think it’s insulting to your loyal readers who have
    supported you all this way – heck if you need funds to maintain the site, just
    let us know, I’m sure many will be glad to pitch in.

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