New SLUK Supporter’s T-shirt? | Pre-order now
Although the world is quite a miserable place to live in at the minute I’m afraid it’s all we’ve got and we all have to try and carry on with life as best we can. It’s time to support each other, look after our families, friends and neighbours and support local businesses – or companies who look after us.
Which brings us nicely on to our new t-shirt design: Summer is coming and we thought it was time for a new ScooterLab shirt. Luckily one of our SLUK ambassadors, Shaun Hodgkin, had too much time on his hands last Sunday (whilst his wife was watching the soaps) and he came up with a rough version of the design you see above. I liked it instantly, especially because of what it stood for.
So what is it?
Shaun checked out the adverts on SLUK, and some of the products we supply and recommend. Then he took letters from their individual logos to create the ScooterLab.UK logo. He added our SLUK atomic symbol as the dot. Rumours are he has a part-time job writing ransom notes. He’s a bit of a smart arse is our Shaun.
Just in case you’re wondering what the letters stand for, here are the companies that inspired him. They’re also many of the companies who have supported SLUK over the last four years so we’re pretty happy to include them in the design. You can click on each of them below and buy something if you want to support them.
SLUK is 100% Scooterist owned and run, our new shirt was designed by a Scooterist and is made up of logos of brands and companies that support SLUK and scootering in general. The shirts are printed on extremely good quality t-shirts by a Scooterist owned company.
It’s only fitting that the back of the T-shirt features ‘100% Scooterist’ – it’ll be printed discreetly below the neckline. Be proud to wear it.
The design was only finalised yesterday and the first order will go in on Thursday. You can pre-order now to guarantee you’ll be one of the first to wear one. They’re printed on premium quality navy t-shirts so look good on. Size-wise they’re not overly generous – they’re ‘fitted’, rather than ‘loose’, so go a size up if you’re unsure.
All t-shirts will be sent out with a selection of ScooterLab stickers.