Hi, I know this is not an intellectual or content question but for me and perhaps other Huelers its an important question BECAUSE I WOULD LIKE TO BE ABLE TO PROMOTE MY NEW FOOD REGIME with a T-SHIRT I CAN WEAR.
In my case I have a scoliosis of the spine which means all my tops need tho be over sized.
SO ANY CHANCE OF SAY A 5X European Size T-shirt… I’d pay for a couple!!!
I do actually want to buy one of the new shirts just to see if it’s a amazing as Tim says it is. But I don’t want to be a free advertising billboard, so I could cut the logo off and send it to @jonny_three_dogs, and tape a bit of cardboard over the hole.
Thanks for the feedback, I can’t promise we would create a 5X, we have 2X and possibly could extend that. I think our first port of call is an XS female as the Small is too big for some.
I guess Huel tshirts would always have branding on. Julian has always said the t-shirts act as a way for our community to spread. However, are all the t-shirts you own blank? Any logo is a way to promote the brand. When people wear t-shirts with logos on, in part, it’s because they’re proud to be associated with that brand - I guess we hope that the same applies for Huel. However if it’s a policy you apply to all clothing then that makes sense.
Hi, I have appealed for larger sized Tops because I’ve a scoliosis of the spine and all my top half clothing has to be able to accommodate that/me.
I can’t believe that I would be the only one who would want a larger size, I would be willing to pay.
I have just finished the survey that was posted a couple of days ago and I have suggested you put your mission statement on all your merchandise, get it in the public consciousness.
Anyway, thanks for the read, the Huel, and the hope.
Don’t worry, Tim, I’m not being anti-Huel. None of my t-shirts have a logo, apart from my Huel shirt (it’s from 2016, is that version 1.0?) that I wear around the house sometimes. I can also wear it layered under a shirt, because the logo is off to the side. A 2.1 shirt under an open shirt or jacket would have the logo “ue” which is just rubbish!
Most of my t-shirts are plain or stripey, but I have a navy blue one with DISCO in white across the front. That does associate me with a brand, but only to other Star Trek fans. Anyone else would just think I like disco music, which I do, so it’s fine. I don’t wear it anymore because it’s too big for me now, so my chest is a logo-free zone!
The only thing I’ve struggled to buy without a logo is trainers. The choice seems to be between dirt-cheap ones that don’t last, or ultra-pricey boutique stuff. So my trainers do have a logo, but I would still never wear trainers with, like, NESQUIK on the sides.
Sorry for hijacking your topic, John. Do you actually have three dogs?
David, that did take us down a new road, or was it a winding country lane?
I wish I had the same ability to make those choices, what I end up with is a number of very large black or white t-shirts and wear the life and shape out of them.
Yes, I do have three dogs, an American Beagle; a Fox Hound cross Beagle; an a Puggle which is a Pug cross Beagle.
They are all mad but keep me in my 68th year laughing, happy, and a mile away from sane!