So, that shirt was supposed to be on AA blanks, but was on an Anvil blank that was supposed to be made in Honduras but was made in Bangladesh.
Woot, do you even know what shirts you're selling anymore?
killerorca wrote:I told you those tags existed, no one believed me but now you will all pay! HA HA HA ... wait what were we talking about?
Sorry. I honestly didn't think they existed. BTW, I finally replied to your last PM.
joelterrific wrote:For their own branded Shirts, it appears they source from other locales.
980's are also made in Uzbekistan and Pakistan too; expect sizing inconsistencies out of all this ... and even more cringing, especially with the political aspect.
killerorca wrote:Not to be nit-picky but the size chart for the shirt page indicated all shirts were on AA shirts, not that I ordered one, but if people bought one specifically expecting AA.... I can't imagine they are pleased.
That was the reason why I did order another one ... since the change, I did NOT purchase 13 other shirts. My Walmazan count would've been in the 20's already, but no. I was 7 for 7 of DoOomcat designs; it's still going to be 7 after today.
chennai8 wrote:It's kinda ironic how you end up with all these, as you're one of the very vocal people against foreign made garments. /smh
Actually, it's really pathetic. In both cases, they were posted as USA even past the time I received them (7-10 days after ordering).
KillerOrca, ElanKat, Spacegirl, Robert, and everyone else reading - thank you for your support. And just so everyone knows, it's never been my intention to create this much ruckus out of this debacle, but between issues like this, the MAJOR fitment issues that gals have now, essentially EXCLUDING an entire market that used to buy WS and WM, along with many more print issues from the expanding lineup ... ask yourself, Woot - Was this really worth it?
The day old Woot shirts died
(petition courtesy of @no1)