Radical Family Man – Spread the word with fashion?

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Radical Family Man – Spread the word with fashion?

This is a simple question.

Do you still find value in t-shirts that make a statement and look great?

If so, what do you think about this? We want your opinion. Would you buy something like this t-shirt? Do you think its worth us getting t-shirts made? I’d wear them. I love the message. Radical and family man don’t normally go together yet in today’s world its a radical thing to be the dad on purpose. But I am pretty biased. I designed these. I’d like to get some feedback. Let us know by commenting below… What do you think about this design and using t-shirts to help spread the word about Be The Dad Movement?

 

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4 thoughts on “Radical Family Man – Spread the word with fashion?”

  1. Janni Arrington

    I can’t tell what the blue box will be made of but I did something similar and the box was stiff and felt plastic like. If you can eliminate that and really make the Tshirt soft. Got to be a Go to T shirt!
    I’m not sure I know enough about branding to give good advise so keep in mind that I may not know what I’m talking about! Ha
    I think less is more. Keep it intriguing.
    RAD DAD maybe instead of radical? Or i’M a RAD DAD Then in smaller text go with “radical dad – be the dad on purpose”. I like radical too but reminds me of the book Radical which was a good book. So radical is not necessarily a new term that catches my attention but will a lot of people.

    1. Janni – I actually really appreciate your comment. I think I know exactly what you mean about the blue box.

      Thanks for taking the time to add your thoughts and for paying attention to what we are doing.

      Many blessings,

      Matthew

    2. Bill C. Dotson

      Janni, I love your mindset! Thank you for giving some good direction. Less is more is—a yes!

  2. I wouldn’t wear that shirt being a woman of course, but I would be PROUD to hold the hand of the man who was wearing it! 🙂 It makes me think of Martin Luther King Jr’s quote about “we are all extremists, so the question that matters is what kind of extremist are you going to be?” (paraphrased) I’d say this shirt is a statement of radical love and virtue, value for ones family so much so that it’s a part of who they are from the inside out. With that kind of soul, you will be compelled to love and to love well. We need some dads to join this movement I say. 🙂

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