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Time flies when you're making rad shirts—and just like that, Marine Layer is celebrating its fifth anniversary. The local, small batch t-shirt brand is commemorating the milestone with its Archives Project, which brings back popular tees from collections past. But there's a catch. The company won't put a shirt into production unless fans hit the pre-order target number. The first shirt to stage a return from the archives vault is the Fleet Week tee ($42). It's already surpassed its 100 order minimum so it's sure to land on your doorstep on October 2 (ahead of this year's Fleet Week). But there are only three more days to order before this shirt is done and the next is up for grabs. Have a shirt in mind that sold out years ago? Send your nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org to give the design a fighting chance at a comeback.
· Marine Layer [Official Site]
· What the Marine Layer Team Wears to Work [Racked SF]