Lifehacker Gift Guide: T-Shirts

A hacker can't be printing their own T-shirts all the time. Here's some options for adding to your gift list, though do try and check sizes in advance. No-one likes getting a 3XL if they don't need one.

Click on the T-shirt graphics for a larger view. We've ignored P&H in pricing as there's often better deals if you buy more than one item.

BEST CHOICES

Voleibol

Cost: $US69.99 Where to get it: Muchacho Why it's a good choice: We know this is a good idea because it comes recommended by our sibling site Pop Sugar.

Modern Santa

Cost: £14 Where to get it: Shot Dead In The Head Why it's a good choice: Nicely captures the slight creepiness of Christmas. Available in red.

The Sign Of The Twisted Candles

Cost: $US30 Where to get it: Fred Flare Why it's a good choice: Because Nancy Drew makes for a fresh and interesting retro hacking meme. Plus your friends can speculate about who twisted the candle.

Vintage Bikes

Cost: $40 Where to get it: T-Bar Why it's a good choice: Bikes. Seven of them. We have no more to say.

Eveready

Cost: $31.50 Where to get it: Redbubble Why it's a good choice: Remember how licking a nine volt battery made your tongue tingle? This is better.

One Via Zero

Cost: $79.95 Where to get it: General Pants Why it's a good choice: A good binary joke for summer.

Lifehacker Gift Guide 2010

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Comments

    $80 for a singlet!! How very mainstream and non-lifehackingish.

    Geek, Red T-Shirt and the appearance of another Santa pervert? That would surely impress the woman. They'd be crossing the street in excitement.

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