I made some t-shirts. Okay, so I didn’t really make them myself. I had some help from a designer and the excellent print-on-demand website, RedBubble.

They’re pretty awesome, though, if I do say so myself.

I’m well aware that nobody wants to wear the Bushwalking Blog logo on a t-shirt (how boring), so I’ve started with some hiking-related quotes in typographic designs.

RedBubble only uses sweatshop-free, ethically sourced cotton apparel, and they’re reasonably affordable, too – starting from $21.95 for the pictured unisex t-shirt in a range of colours.

If you click the BUY NOW buttons below, you’ll be able to see all the options for style and colour. They’ve got a few different t-shirt fits for men and women, as well as tank tops, 3/4 sleeve baseball tops, long-sleeve shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies (both pullover and zip-up). Head over to RedBubble for full details on all the styles. The price will vary depending on which you choose, the most expensive being the hoodies at $47.52.

I’ve also made the designs available as stickers (from $2.61) and posters (from $15.45). I’m currently trying to resist the urge to plaster every wall of my house with them.







So I hope you guys like them and, more importantly, I hope to see you wearing them out on the trails (Tip: Don’t buy a white one if you’re intending to wear it hiking – every once white t-shirt in my wardrobe is now more of a light brown colour).

If I see some sales, I’d love to keep the designs coming, so let me know what you all think of the idea.


Got any design ideas for me? Want to tell me how much you think these ones suck? Whatever you’ve got to say, please let us know by commenting below.