Red Hand Men’s Basics Hits Kickstarter

April 15, 2013 | By | Reply More

New premium men’s basics start-up Red Hand hit Kickstarter on March 27, 2013 and is looking to raise $30k.

What started out as an effort to find a good pair of shoe laces has inspired founder Tim Neill to create a line of premium quality, made in America, shoelaces, socks, undershirts, t-shirts and belts. They have 15 days to go and have already raised $20,679 of their $30,000 goal.

Kickstarter: Red Hand – 2013 Spring Men’s Basics & Accessories Collection

red-hand-premium-supima-cotton-v-neck-undershirtsRed Hand Undershirts

Plucked the info below from the Kickstarter page about their undershirts:

Too often, undershirts are boxy and too short, and the quality is inconsistent. Our undershirts are designed to be a slimmer fitting and longer in the torso. The ‘V’ is deeper so that it stays hidden. That means you can comfortably wear them with all cuts of dress shirts and with jeans and trust that they will not come untucked. We chose ultra soft and ultra premium Supima cotton.

Our recommendation: pick them in natural. It feels even softer and won’t stick out as much against your skin.

We have one of the best North Carolina knitters making our cotton and a top-tier cut and sew shop in Pennsylvania. The quality of these shirts is remarkable.

The Red Hand Undershirt:

  • Styles – V neck and crew neck
  • Colors – white and natural
  • Sizes – medium, large, extra large

Red Hand Kickstarter Backgrounder Video

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