Trust Comes Tough launches new vegan shirt

For those who are keen on straight-edge hardcore, you may have heard of Trust Comes Tough before. They are an Australian-based clothing company run by Luke Weber, who also runs Resist Records and used to play in ShotPointBlank.

Apart from straight-edge merchandise, Trust Comes Tough also sells a number of animal rights and vegan related shirts and stickers.

In the past they have collaborated with Sea Shepherd to produce an amazing shirt, and the proceeds went directly to the charity.

They have just released their latest in a long line of vegan shirts. The shirt shows a hand holding a wrench, with ‘VEGAN’ above it, and it is surrounded by the phrase ‘the battle for animal liberation begins today with you and I’.

The shirt is available online in small, medium, large, XL and XXL from Trust Comes Tough’s Bigcartel store for $25 (Australian dollars).

They also have a limited number of previous designs still left for sale (including the awesome ‘Meat Sucks’ t-shirt) so definitely check out the store. There’s some Meat is Murder stickers available too. If you live in the US, there’s a US store set-up selling shirts at $8 (plus P&P).

2 responses to this post.

  1. These shirts reflects rockstar looks! it’s just awesome! really lovable.

    Reply

  2. Posted by Nanshy on May 14, 2014 at 1:57 pm

    Nice t-shirts. I was wondering if you would benefit from reading our new article 6 Reasons Why Switching to Vegan Beauty Products is a Great Idea

    Reply

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