The “Detox Isn’t Dropping” x “Rap Nerds Unite” Shirts Are Here…Mofos
When I decided to launch a RefinedHype clothing line months ago, I was determined to create something truly original, and involve y'all as much as possible. That's why I asked RefinedHype Nation for design ideas, and two distinct winners emerged: "Detox Isn't Dropping" and "Rap Nerds Unite".
Both were fucking perfect ideas. Any hip-hop fan might want to rock one, but only RefinedHype Nation citizens would really get the inside joke. As is so often the case though, it turned out turnng your dope ideas into reality was harded than I anticipated. I didn't really know anything about designing clothes, distribution, fufillment, etc. Since I wanted to actually build something that would last, not just throw some shit up and hope it stuck (and I occasionally got distracted) it took me a minute to figure out all the details.
But finally, this most glorious of glorious days has arrived. Starting right the fuck now, you can purchase "Detox Isn't Dropping" shirts in both black and white, as well as a "Rap Nerds Unite" shirt. They're $20, and I opted to go with the highest quality shirt possible; I want you to rock your shirt for years and have 100 people ask you where you got it.
In the coming weeks I'll be doing special deals and giveaways. On the real, hit me with any feedback, suggestions, love and/or burning hatred. If actually fucking making "Detox Isn't Dropping" shirts ends up being my legacy on this Earth I'll be able to die a happy man, and I have RefinedHype Nation to thank for that. Enjoy...
"Detox Isn't Dropping" in Black
"Detox Isn't Dropping" in White
"Rap Nerds Unite" in Black
Hit the RefinedHype Store
This article originally appeared on RefinedHype.com, which has now merged with The DJBooth. For more info, click here.
Written by Nathan S. on 09/9/13
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