Big Choppa Contest: Win a Free T-Shirt

big choppa contest win a free t shirt bigcoppa runwayIn an era when the “ironic” t-shirt seems to be all the rage, and hipsters are paying $50 and up for a reprint of a 20-year old shirt that once cost $5, it is nice to find a company that still designs its clothing with a sense of flair and originality. Blending original artwork with ethics, Big Choppa sells comfortable and unique clothing- plus for each shirt you buy, one pound sterling ($1.52) will be donated to a charity of your choice.

British t-shirt designer Big Choppa is the brainchild of the creative art stables known as Accepted Design, and as a result each shirt looks and feels unique. The stylings range from the understated to the flashy, but Big Choppa manages to walk the line between cool and gaudy that Ed Hardy and the like have long since lost sight of.

The shirts themselves are a comfortable and durable 100-percent combed cotton that uses twin needle stitching throughout to ensure that they won’t be falling apart any time soon. These are not articles of clothing that you want to wear as an undershirt, they demand to be seen, and each shirt will offer a bit of style with the comfort you would expect of a t-shirt.  Going back to Big Choppa’s desire to do some good, the company also prides itself on using manufacturing that meets all ethical standards, both in terms of working environments and global trading practices.

Check out the Big Choppa websibe at, and browse through their selections. If you are looking the comfort of a t-shirt, but want a little more style than you might normally find, Big Choppa should be among the first places you look.

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