Wearing a shirt with your team's logo is one of the most basic and non-negotiable requirements of being a "real fan", but there's nothing worse than getting to the ballpark to find your entire row is also wearing a Jimmy Rollins jersey cutoff that shows off their sexy abs. Proclaim your dedication in a more unique fashion, with Cheesesteak Tees.
Just launched by the creative force behind OhSayCanYouTees, Cheesesteak's an e-haberdasher stocked with a slew of Philly athletics-related tees, from officially licensed MLB, NFL & NHL gear to more creative tees that incorporate pop iconography into designs that tout individual players, give shout-outs to the glory days, and reinforce how much the Mets blow. Shirts repping the WFC Phillies lead the charge, from the too-perfect "Use Stairs in Case of Emergency" with a sketch of Matt, to a white-on-red textual representation of the new-for-'09 chants of "RAAAAUUUUUUULLL" that routinely greet Ibanez, to a pair of takes on the Ramones' seal logo with the rockers' names replaced with those of the stars from the '80 and '08 championship squads, including "Tugger" McGraw -- considering he's Tim McGraw's dad, he should've just stuck to his nickname. Further Phils-lovin' includes LA hilltop signage-bearing "Hollywood Hamels", while another bluntly states "I Hate Mets Fans", and a third replaces the Coke logo with "Choke", "The Official Drink of Mets Baseball", although recently they've switched to whine.
The Birds're covered by a trio of variations on the basic team name/logo theme in green, gray & black, along with two kelly green models, one with the Eagles logo from the '80s soaring beneath "I Bleed Green". The Flyers get a little love in a vintage orange tee with a distressed logo -- probably a condition of having to look off the ice to see belly bulges from so many devoted fans.