Tie Dye Connection: The Online Tie Dye Store

Posted on: November 1st, 2007 by Anthony Rapino 5 Comments

UPDATE: The online store is no longer available. Sorry for the inconvenience. 

 

My father and brother just launched a brand new tie dye internet store. I’d say it’s THE online tie dye store. It’s called Tie Dye Connection, and if I don’t mind saying (which I don’t), it has some great looking tie-dye shirts at really low prices ($15 a pop).

They are also planning on adding incense and tapestries to the site as soon as their stock comes in.

The shirts are handmade by my dad, so no two shirts are exactly the same. He uses heavy weight (6.1 oz) 100% cotton tees and the professional Procian MX fiber reactive dyes.

With Christmas coming, these shirts are a great way to stock up on unique and affordable presents. You can’t buy quality tie dye shirts like these in a store for less. Keep checking back at the site for updates, and I’ll post here when they add new products.

Tie Dye Connection

5 Responses

  1. Steve says:

    Very colourful. You’ve got me wondering now about the origins of Tie Dying.

  2. Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) says:

    Hey, like the new look.
    It’s been years since I last saw a tie-dye shirt. I used to have a favourite green one when I was a kid but it was nothing like these! Brilliant!

  3. onipar... says:

    Thanks across the board.

    My dad is really into the tie dye thing, and he’s been experimenting with different designs, color combos, shirts, dyes, etc. Through trial and error, he has found the best dye, shirts, and workplace. But he continues to fiddle with design and color. He probably will always, which I think is a good thing.

  4. anita marie says:

    These are cool- if someone wants to buy from the site how do they work that out?

    Anita

  5. onipar... says:

    Thanks, Anita. Just use one of the Tie Dye Connection Links and browse the shirts on the site. If you go to “details” of a single shirt, it will give you the option to buy. Just follow prompts from there.

    Easy as pie. (mmmmm, pie.)

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