Grin Fish T-Shirt from


Ed from was kind enough to send me a t-shirt to review.  Thanks Ed.

Below are three photos of the tee.  The first is a photo of the t-shirt front, followed by a close-up shot of the front graphic, and the last photo is of the t-shirt back.

I think is a smart business idea in the sense that it serves a niche within the larger t-shirt and retail industry.  Since it is a smaller niche they can service their customers in a way that broader companies like the Gap and Urban Outfitters can not.  It is also easier to position yourself as the market leader within a niche.    Their site states “The Fishboy line appeals to outdoor enthusiasts with a special emphasis on anglers and hunters but with a growing line of designs for hikers, campers, backpackers, canoeist, kayakers, climbers, boaters and other lovers of the great outdoors.”

The “Grin Fish” shirt is printed on the Gildan Heavy Weight Cotton tee.  As I mentioned before in this post about the Yankees t-shirt, I do not like this product at all.   The tees are too thick, heavy, and do not compare to a product like AA.   Just my personal preference. I’m sure other people prefer Gildan over AA tees.

The t-shirt has a custom tag attached to the inside label.  It is a thick card stock with their logo, website URL, and slogan “highly evolved artwork”.   I think this is very nicely done.

The t-shirts are silkscreened and the artwork is done well.    The shirt is offered in two colors and sizes Medium through XX-Large, although the XXL will cost you a few extra bucks.

Grin Fish | $17.95





  • Original Fishboy design
  • 100% cotton
  • Silkscreened
  • Two sided design
  • Custom pigment dye

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