There is simply no better way to show your Windows, Microsoft or PC love than by rockin' a Windows Central hoodie or t-shirt, carrying your favorite beverage around the office in style, in a slick coffee mug with our modern new logo (or maybe a Windows Central-themed command prompt?) or slapping a sticker with our colors on your laptop or rig.
In addition to merch adorned with our bold site logo, we have a few more fresh designs, including two new Windows phone themes, both featuring Live-tile designs in black and white or multi-color, as well as a new Minesweeper theme. We loved our blue screen of blue (BSoD) design so much that we kept that one in the mix, too. They're perfect for showing off a bit of Windows pride or nostalgia.
We have t-shirts and hoodies for women, and we have t-shirts and hoodies for guys, available in a range of colors, regular and unisex fits, and in sizes ranging from small to 5XL, even with some tall or long options. In other words, we have Windows Central merch that'll fit like it was made just for you, regardless of your size or stature. We also now offer tank tops, because, summer. And tote bags, because, you need to tote stuff, right?
Let us know what you think of the new designs in the comments. And feel free to drop us some suggestions for additional designs. We'll be creating more soon, so your ideas could very well become a reality.
New (retro) stuff comin' at ya
You're already great looking, but just think what a fancy new Windows Central t-shirt or hoodie could do for you! And your beverage will thank you if you enjoy it in one of our fresh new mugs. Show your Windows or Windows-phone pride on a shirt, draw attention with a BSoD hoodie, or represent the old-school Minesweeper on a mug!
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Al Sacco is content director of Future PLC's Mobile Technology Vertical, which includes AndroidCentral.com, iMore.com and WindowsCentral.com. He is a veteran reporter, writer, reviewer and editor who has professionally covered and evaluated IT and mobile technology, and countless associated gadgets and accessories, for more than a decade. You can keep up with Al on Twitter and Instagram.