Austin, Texas (PressExposure) February 07, 2012 -- U-Tees, an e-commerce company based out of Austin, Texas, has ignited fan loyalty with their new line of provocative anti-Oklahoma wear set to unveil in August 2012. Less than one year old, u-Tees officially launched during the football season of 2011, and has already made a lasting impression on the sportswear market. Their fan base grew from 300 to 32,000 in a mere 4 months, and their online store was back ordered for the entire months of November and December in 2011.
This year u-Tees has taken it to the next level by producing an industry leading 25 Anti-Oklahoma designs and over 75 Texas rivalry wear designs. "No other store or website has the kind of selection or designs that we carry," says the owner James Beard. "We are the largest distributor and have the largest selection of anti-Oklahoma wear."
Anti-Oklahoma t-shirts are nothing new, people have been selling them for some time now, but this new selection of anti-Oklahoma t-shirts from u-Tees definitely breaks from the norm. U-Tees has collaborated with several apparel designers and retail websites to provide customers one platform to purchase a huge variety of top quality designs. It's evident as you look through their catalog that designers are flocking to host their t-shirts on u-Tees. You don't see just one OU Sucks or OU Still Sucks but many variations of that popular slogan along with the classic u-Tees design, Chokleahoma.
Their shirts allow sports fans to truly express themselves through fashion. You can't help but laugh, laugh, and laugh again at the brash slogans on the u-Tees site. They have the funniest anti-OU shirts you can imagine, and the most provocative shirts you probably couldn't imagine! "We start where other companies stop... we push the boundaries," says James Beard. "Our customers have consistently told us that our shirts allow them to wear what they feel and it really hits close to home...they get really emotional when our shirts arrive at their door! Talk to anyone who has bought a u-Tees shirt and ask them about the responses they get when they wear it around."
The brand new line of anti-OU wear from u-Tees will also feature new color choices like black, grey, and white along with the traditional burnt orange. u-Tees will also be expanding their line to include women's wear, tank tops and children's wear; solidifying themselves as the premier one stop shop for all Texas rivalry wear. Go check them out for yourself: visit [http://www.u-tees.com].