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Shirt Block Subscription Box Review + Coupon – August 2016

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Shirt Block is brand new from Nerd Block. They send out 5 geeky themed shirts each month. You can also switch you shirt sizes from month to month if you’d like to share the wealth!

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

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The Subscription Box: Shirt Block

The Cost: $29.95 plus shipping (Shipping varies, $10.95 to US)

COUPON: Use coupon code MSA10 to save 10% off your first month!

The Products: 5 geeky t-shirts in every box + $10 ShirtPunch voucher.

Ships to: US, Canada, and Worldwide!

Check out all of our Geeky Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on the Shirt Block profile page.

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This is the first-ever delivery of Shirt Block! Every month, you’ll receive 5 different, exclusive, shirts.

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You’ll also receive a $10 voucher to ShirtPunch – this can be used on any of their items – toys included!

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It comes with an information card with information on each shirt. I love that they did an artist bio on the featured shirt of the month – it’s fun and gives a bit more information on how they chose to design their shirt.

Ok, on to the shirts:

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Pugcellent Shirt – Value $15?

This is the featured shirt of the month from artist Hillary White. On the card, she explains that she was going for an 80’s feel – and I think she nailed it. I like that they included a shirt that’s not related to a specific fandom – everyone can get down with a pug surfing on a slice of pizza.

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Ghostbusters Japan Shirt – Value $15?

This is my favorite shirt of the month – and I’m wearing it while writing this review! I love Ghostbusters and this is just a cool and unique design. A+!

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Sandtrooper’s Best Friend Shirt – Value $15?

Every dog owner can relate to this Sandtrooper walking his Dewback. When we didn’t have a yard, Buckles always seemed to take his time searching for just the right spot when it was absolutely freezing!

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Fight For Asgard Shirt – Value $15?

This one is pretty straight forward – it’s the classic version of Thor! This is the most comic book feeling shirt of the bunch, and it’s another winner for me.

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Majora’s Mask Constellation Shirt – Value $15?

The final shirt of the month features Majora’s Mask from Zelda. I feel like I’ve mentioned this numerous times – I’m not a Zelda fan, so this one was a bit of a miss for me – but I know I’m totally in the minority here, so I’m sure it’s a hit. It also glows in the dark!

Verdict: This was a great first box from Shirt Block! I really like the shirts this month, and since they’re also exclusive, it makes it a bit cooler in my book. Also, the bonus $10 voucher is always a great addition – you can pick up a POP from their store for $6 shipped. Overall, my value is $75 ($85 if you count the voucher) – which is good for a $40 box! They promise $100 value in the box, so they’re valuing the shirts at $20 a piece – so it’s really about the value of the shirts to you.

What did you think of the first-ever Shirt Block?

Written by Eric Cadman

Eric Cadman

Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He’s been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. Wow. this is awesome. I had no idea about this site. I love how you can switch out the sizes in case you want to gift one of the shirts.

  2. I was really happy with this box. It is hard for (for me at least) to find fun t-shirts in a ladies cut 100% cotton. All the prints I would possibly like end up being on rayon and polyester and horribly sweaty/non breathable/ ugh. The woman’s fitted shirts are Gildan 100% soft spun cotton and run closer to Junior’s sizing. I ordered a large (I’m generally a size 4) to allow for shrinkage. The ladies shirts were not scratchy at all after one wash. I am really haply with the box and I’m getting the 2nd before canceling.

  3. Yes. As I suspected. the cotton these shirts are made from is scratchy and I hate the feeling.
    I will not be subscribing to this again. I love the thought of getting 5 shirts a month but I can’t stand to wear them.

  4. I got this and I’m concerned about the shirt quality. I don’t like the rough cotton feel Do these soften up after washing?
    Also, Is this the best they can do with the launch of a new box?
    I don’t hate everything in the box, I am just not jumping up and down with excitement.

  5. Love the staypuft and pug shirts! Seems like a nice sub but like mist I am in T-shirt overload. I definitely don’t need 5 extra t-shirts every month.

  6. I love my Ghostbusters shirt too!! What a dope design!! I was super happy when I saw that one and you’re right – who can’t get down with a classic throwback 80’s shirt with a pug surfing on a pizza. He’s even wearing heart shaped sunglasses, haha. Love this subscription but I’m not sure I need 5 shirts a month so I’m not sure how long I’ll hang in there but great 1st box!

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