Chapter Shirts

Chapter Shirts Available!!

These are top quality "Gildan Ultra Cotton" pre shrunk shirts. The color is ash grey which will go great with just about anything color pants or jacket, especially a dark jacket or dark pants.

I am selling these “at cost” + shipping

• The cost for shirts sized S to XL is $15, the 2XL is $17 and the 3XL is $18.

• If interested in one of our Club Shirts send me an email at

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Comment by Jason Edge on November 5, 2015 at 11:32am

Above and Below CLC Western Region VP Phil Terry models our Chapter shirt

Before leaving for the Grand National this year, I had run out of XL's and almost out of L's, and ordered another batch of chapter t-shirts.   I have to order a minimum to be able to get at the $15 cost for S thru XL, and this go round I had to order a minimum of 35 shirts or $525 out of pocket.

These are the best batch yet with really vivid colors, in the crest and logo. PKD owner Paulette Disbrow personally did this batch and did the whites last as she says that really makes it stand out. I will try to get some pictures later but they are the same shirts you have seen before, just better.

The Ash Grey goes with anywhere and make great gifts to spouses, the kids, nieces, nephews, etc.  Or, if yours is a bit faded and want a crisp new t-shirt, this is the time to get them as it will probably be another year before I order another batch so once your size is gone they are gone!

I have a large stock right now and would prefer to have these shirts on the back of our members instead of in a box up in my office. I also wouldn't mind filling the hole in my wallet the last order left.

My current inventory of chapter shirts includes:
1 Small, 5 Medium, 9 Large, 6 XL, 1 XXL, 3 XXXL

Again, I am simply passing on my cost to you guys on the chapter shirts. 
The cost for shirts sized S to XL is $15, the 2XL is $17 and the 3XL is $18.

If you need one please email me at and provide size, quantity, and ship to address.  

Comment by Jason Edge on May 9, 2016 at 1:05pm

NOTE: I am getting very low on Chapter Shirts. If you want one as the summer approaches now is the time to order. Here is my current inventory:

 0 - Small, 1 - Medium, 2 - Large, 5 - XL, 0 - XXL, 2 – XXXL
The cost for shirts sized S to XL is $15, the 2XL is $17 and the 3XL is $18.

If you want one, email me at


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