On the other hand, Supreme released these gym class inspired graphic t-shirts. I have never not had graphic t-shirts in my wardrobe, as they serve themselves well in the summer months when it's too hot to wear anything else. I specifically carry aboard concert t-shirts as they are the best keepsakes and will remind my kids that I wasn't always a loser (hopefully they won't think I am a loser). These shirts, however, are branded. Supreme designed these shirts appropriately, as they evoke days body odor, awkward limbs, and dodgeball. While a doubter may say that these shirts differ little from an AE or A&F t-shirt, I would disagree. First and formost, they differ because of the color palette. AE and A&F haven't gone near some of these colors for the past few years (well, besides white and gray). Then they differ because of cut. These fit like a regular t-shirt, while AE and A&F t-shirts like to hug you like no other. I would definitely go for these over an AE or A&F graphic shirt any day.
It should be noted that ATG ran a graphic t-shirt post today. Check it out.