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Featured on JapanCameraHunter!

Last week, we shipped a couple of tees to Tokyo, Japan, to our friend Bellamy over at JapanCameraHunter.  Today, he posted a photo of our 1980's Tee on Instagram.  It looks like he really likes it...   Check it out:  Got me some fly tees and stickers from @togtees Just in time for summer too. Thanks guys! #togtees #believeinfilm #shootfilm #buyfilm #filmphotography #japancamerahunter #photography A post shared by JapanCameraHunter (@japancamerahunter) on Apr 20, 2017 at 2:27am PDT   Thanks for the love, Bellamy! Glad to hear you love your tees. :) For those who are curious, here's a link to our 1980's Tee. Lots of color options available on this one - and we just added a new color! Want to find out when...

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1980's Tee Now in Monochrome

The 1980's was a particularly colorful time - photographically and otherwise. But sometimes, you just want to see things in black and white. So today, we're launching one of our favorite designs in a new color. As far as this tee is concerned, the 1980's were in Monochrome. Have any other colors you'd like to see? Facebook us and let us know.  Want to find out when we launch new designs? Join our Newsletter.  

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This Is How I [Film] Roll

New Design: This Is How I Roll The first flexible photographic roll film was sold by George Eastman in 1885. For the next 120 years, photographers around the world fell in love with photographic film as the primary means of capturing the world around them. Then sometime in the mid-2000's, the world's camera manufacturers convinced everyone that digital was the future, and over the next 10 years, film photography nearly died out. Nearly.Luckily, a few faithful held on to this manual, "tedious", expensive, beautiful medium through the dark ages of all-digital dominance.For those who never gave up on film, and those who are just discovering its beauty, we made this tee for you.And with this design, we're introducing a new color, Night Sky.Pre-Order...

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The 1893 Instantograph

The 1893 Instantograph In 1886, J. Lancaster & Sons of Birmingham (England) began to manufacture what would become one of the best-selling cameras of the 19th century.The Instantograph was so popular that several editions were released, and this beautiful wooden view camera was manufactured up until 1910, when the decline of wet plate photography led to it being discontinued.We searched far and wide for a beautiful medium format camera to commemorate, and we settled on the 1893 edition of this camera, as it is one of the most intricate and detailed.And for the first time, we're offering a special pre-order discount.Order this tee in any color by March 31st and get it for just $25, along with a complementary custom TogTees Photo...

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The Photography Hoodie is Here

Photography [Since 1827] Hoodie You guys asked and asked for it, and we finally got a chance to make it. Today we're announcing the release of the Photography [Since 1827] Hoodie. It's made of the same ultra-soft yet strong material as our other hoodies, and it won't stretch, shrink or fade over time.  Over the past few months, many of you have been asking for more hoodie designs for the cold weather, and we've heard you loud and clear. Currently, there are 4 different hoodie designs available in the shop, and we have more on the way. Like all of our hoodies, the Photography Hoodie features:  Solf blend of 60% Cotton, 40% Heathered Fleece A comfortable unisex Fit Matching Drawcord Ribbed...

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