Saab T-Shirt - Trollhättan Born 1947 - missing sizes?

The pre-order phase for our limited Saab T-shirt - Trollhattan Born 1947 – runs until next Sunday. For us, the project is an exciting learning process. For our upcoming basic range of t-shirts, we want to find out which sizes readers prefer. This is crucial for future warehousing, for which the shelves are already ready.

The sizes that can be ordered start at L and can be selected up to 5XL. The current order intake shows pretty well what is being worn and what is not. It still seems a bit strange that neither the sizes S nor M are missing. There was no concrete feedback. Is it really like that? To be on the safe side, we'll ask again.

Saab T-Shirt - 1947 Trollhättan Born -
Saab T-Shirt - 1947 Trollhättan Born -

The delivery of the Saab T-shirts - Trollhattan Born 1947 - starts right after the end of the pre-order period on June 4th. Only what has been ordered up to that point will be delivered. The T-shirt is exclusive and limited in this version.

More t-shirts are coming

In fact, only a short time later we launch our basic collection. Shirts that will always be available to cover the basic needs of the scene in addition to the limited offers. Because T-shirts are always needed. Especially when it comes to Saab and when summer is approaching.

A brief preview of what's to come. What are we realizing for the Saab T-Shirt Basic Collection?

There will be three different designs, all 100% guaranteed Saabig. In addition, the shirts are not only available in black, but in three colors. A reader - with enormous experience in the textile sector - was quite helpful in their selection. Because I probably would have decided differently.

We're going online with the Basic Collection in June and we really can't wait any longer. Because my shirt collection in the closet urgently needs replenishment. The order of the – Trollhattan Born 1947 - Shirts in the Aero X Club Store possible. If sizes are still missing, we ask for feedback so that we can react flexibly.

13 thoughts on "Saab T-Shirt - Trollhättan Born 1947 - missing sizes?"

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    I think that M should definitely be offered - I'm not even thinking just about me 😉 And since the shirts are apparently unisex, S should probably also be offered to increase the chance for Saabists that the right size is there is. I think it's very good that you give the chest, back and sleeve measurements for the individual sizes - so everyone can find the right size or, as I can see, it (currently) doesn't make sense to order one.

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    You want suggestions? Another dark blue and white – then the basics would be perfect. Would be great!

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    Dear Tom,
    Unfortunately, I had misunderstood that and therefore - because there was no size S or M to choose from in the shop and because I didn't want to repeat myself - I didn't give my two cents again. Yes, at least for me a size S (or maybe M, you would have to know the measurements) would be a great thing - but of course only if the readers are also generally interested and I'm not the only one. Then please in blue if possible (preferably, or white or red, I lived out the black phase enough in the 80s 😉 ). The women's world (including myself) generally prefers a slightly different neckline, namely more neckline and without ribbed cuffs, but simply hemmed. Personally, I'm (unfortunately?) also an unteachable friend of the griffin symbol (probably due to the year my treasures were built, but of course I also appreciate other designs). So much for today's contribution to "make a wish" 🙂 - so please no "extra sausages", but only what many readers wish for. You are already running a great immense effort! Thanks a lot for this!

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      Thank you and I would like more feedback. The colors, that can be realized. The sizes too, only with the neckline it gets tight. We currently prefer a shirt - but even that can be changed.

      What I can't change is the story about the griffin. Scania could turn out to be humorless in this respect, I don't want to test that.

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        Oh, I hadn't even thought about Scania's possible rights regarding the Griffin - but that's true of course! The plane or just Saab-typical lettering and texts (e.g. "born from jets", "more than a car", "made in Trollhättan by Trolls" etc. or, maybe almost my favorite, "the most intelligent car ever built" ) would be great too! But, as I said, please not too many “extra sausages”! 🙂

        PS: I would also like a dark blue T-shirt with the above-mentioned troll text (perhaps preceded by "SAAB - made in ... ) and a nice fat troll on it (in the usual yellow-orange or, if the color is too complex, in white). attract enthusiasm!!! 🙂

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          The more I think about the fat troll on the shirt, the more excited I am about this idea... 🙂

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      Décolleté and women's world

      What about a V-neck? So definitely with a waistband and not just hemmed. They are more durable and maybe a unisex compromise?

      Also have their place in the "men's world" and a few advantages. A V-neck can be worn both over and under better than a round neck.
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      It's too fresh for just a t-shirt, but you want to show off the print. I can wear a V-neck as onion fashion on the outside over a lumberjack shirt, under which is an undershirt or even a long sleeve. This works with the V-neck and the collar of the shirt underneath is clean on the outside. A round neck crumples everything.

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      The T-shirt is faded and the print is no longer representative. As a V-neck, I can still wear it well, sustainably and invisibly as an undershirt. Like under a sweatshirt. With a round neck under a sweatshirt, I would be afraid that it would stick out at the top, that the waistband would be doubled - possibly also in a different colour.

      It doesn't matter if it's underneath or on top, a round neck always looks a bit messy, I think, works best solo. A V-neck is more universal, can be worn underneath, over it and also solo - maybe even unisex?

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        Poor poor Tom!

        Stepping into the jungle, if not the shark tank, of fashion can only get terrifying. 🙁 I hope that the blog team won't get fed up with this soon and that there will still be t-shirts. When I look at the last comment, not just all the oh so chic, useless new Anglicisms that are typical of the fashion industry (besides the term “T-shirt”, which has become indispensable due to the lack of a German equivalent) (“neck”, “sleeve ", "round"), but basically also had to consider all the ramifications of the different tastes and trends, I would probably already be fed up.

        I believe more and more that men and women cannot be reconciled at all. In my opinion, the ladies generally prefer shirts without a "skeleton" at the neckline, regardless of whether they have a round or V-neckline - I've never owned one with a cuff at any end, except for sports or sleeping. On the contrary, in my experience, the hemmed version is also far more durable than those ever-unraveling ribbed cutouts. If we end up with the cleavage discussion, I would personally even prefer the so-called submarine neckline, but you really can't seriously wish for that here. In order to keep the effort within manageable limits, I would simply buy a men's crew-neck shirt and sew the "skeleton" around myself or, as I said, use it for sports.

        I also find the information in centimeters in the product description very helpful. I measured and, based on the currently smallest size L, should easily be at least 10 cm less in all measurements - except, and this is important, for the sleeves. Please don't make them any shorter! You can always turn it inside out or shorten it.

        And, dear Volvaab, I also know the discussion about V-neck shirts for men. Of course, one comes up with completely different considerations, what gives men advantageous or less advantageous insights depending on their constitution - but these are really out of place here. 😉 In my opinion, this discussion is already a few years old and the round neckline has become the norm, especially for men under the shirt (without a tie) and looks better if the color is appropriate. But as you know, you can't argue about tastes, so to each his own. However, and I just can't help it, the idea of ​​a t-shirt OVER a lumberjack shirt brings tears to my eyes - although I'm not sure yet whether from laughter or .... 😉

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          Well, there are sweaters and slipovers with V-necks for men. They are explicitly designed to be worn over a shirt with a collar...

          And if I'm not mistaken, there have already been many photos of Saab meetings where organizers and participants wore T-shirts over them. I hope you're having a good time, wet-eyed, nonetheless. I didn't mean to drive you to tears of despair at the bad taste of those around you 😉

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            Yes, but pullovers or slipovers either have long sleeves or no sleeves at all - and not short ones, like on a T-shirt, from which the long sleeves would then muddle out. Great idea! 😉 Very entertaining, but I don't think we can come together (and that's going too far). LG

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          Everything half as it will be. It's interesting and sometimes helpful. We're taking S and M, the next shirts will be available in two colors and with an interesting design. It's okay.

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