Mister Cannabis Offers “High” Quality Marijuana T-Shirts

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Mister Cannabis
100 percent fine ring-spun combed cotton, high quality screen printing, sizes M through 2XL, $29.95 plus shipping and handling.

It’s the season for giving, and one great way to make your favorite pothead think of you on a regular basis — every time they wear it — get him or her a t-shirt. ​As editor of a marijuana website, I see (and get to wear) a lot of cannabis-themed t-shirts. The good, the bad, and the ugly — I’ve seen them all.

There’s just as much variation in the quality of the material used, with everything from regrettably cheap weaves — which can spoil what would have been a killer design — to the finest cotton (which, regrettably, is going to remain the predominant material used in such shirts until American farmers are allowed to grow hemp here in the United States).

Having seen and worn so many pot t-shirts, I’ve learned to distinguish the good from the bad, whether we’re talking about designs, or about the quality of the cotton. And I’ve never worn finer shirts, in either regard, than those manufactured and sold by Mister Cannabis at immrcannabis.com.


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Toke of the Town editor Steve Elliott loves his Mr Cannabis t-shirt.

​The clothing line “cater[s]to Medical Marijuana Patients as well as the space cadets,” proprietor Phil told me from his home in Michigan. “I will have more designs coming soon, as well as a line for women.”
All my Michigan friends — and those who enjoy the fruits of their labors — are gonna love the “Michigan: Growers of the Best” design, as well as the classic “Mister Cannabis” in either black or white.
As soon as you slip into one of these shirts, you feel the difference. These are the opposite of cheap cotton — they are the exceptionally smooth, silky-soft, combed-cotton, top of the line shirts that feel great against your skin and are durable through repeated washings (I wore my shirts for almost a month before writing this review, and they still look new).
Phil told me these t-shirts are made in the U.S.A., have superior color fastness and minimal shrinkage, and are machine washable. You should use the “Low” setting on your dryer.
The 100 percent combed cotton shirts, with high-quality screen printing, are $29.95 each plus shipping and handling. (Remember, these are top quality; if you want to pay cheap prices, you’re going to get cheap shirts). Sizes Medium through 2XL are available, and if your order totals $50 or more, you qualify for free shipping.
To view and order the shirts, click here.
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