The Most Interesting REDSHIRTS in the Universe

The Most Interesting REDSHIRTS in the Universe

Did you know…that the “World’s Most Interesting Man” once played a “redshirt” in the original ’60′s Star Trek  episode “The Corbomite Maneuver” and lived to talk about it???”

Redshirt is a term used by fans and staff of Star Trek to refer partially to the characters who wear red Starfleet uniforms, and mainly to refer to those characters who are expendable, and quite often killed, sometimes in great numbers.

Gimmick Tees have created two designs inspired by the joke that the person on the away party wearing the “red shirt” on the original Star Trek series was destined to die.

Redshirt of Death -

The t-shirt comes in the following sizes:

Men:

  • Small – Medium – Large
  • XL – 2XL – 3XL -
  • 4XL – 5XL

Women:

  • Small – Medium – Large
  • XL – 2XL

Prices range from $15 – $17

 

Gimmick Tees had read a story that ran on a few websites about the actor who currently plays the role of “the most interesting man in the world” for Dos Equis. Apparently he actually played a redshirt, albeit briefly, in an episode of the original series called ”The Corbomite Maneuver”. This would be the idea for the second t-shit.

And perfectly playing to the gimmick of his current beer-shilling identity, he’s too interesting to kill.

Most Interesting Redshirt -

The t-shirt comes in the following sizes:

Men:

  • Small – Medium – Large
  • XL – 2XL – 3XL -
  • 4XL – 5XL

Women:

  • Small – Medium – Large
  • XL – 2XL

Prices range from $15 – $17


These will be strictly limited, printing only the amount we need to fulfill the pre-orders. The deadline to order is midnight, Sunday December 9th (PACIFIC time).

Gimmick Tees are offering FREE SHIPPING to anywhere within the United States.

Order your REDSHIRTS now at Gimmick Tees.com

Marc Stamper

Author: Marc Stamper

Trek geek extrordinaire and the TrekMate tech wizard. Always liked Trek but when TNG started here in the UK I fell in love and have not looked back since. Podcaster since January 2012

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