SiteHost Shirt (2021 Edition)

We're back for 2021 with another great free SiteHost shirt. Get in quick!

Ben calendar Nov 27, 2020 book News

It’s happening! For the sixth year running we have a new SiteHost shirt coming out and once again they are available for a limited time, in both men's and women's cuts – completely free.

For our 2021 shirt we worked with some of our old favourites combining the talents of Laura and Raymond at RUN, with Blake Beckford providing some concept art – and we think the end result is looking awesome. The design features a phoenix, sporting some stylish SiteHost livery to represent us for 2021. I’m sure you can work out why we chose a phoenix to represent the next year…

As usual we’re printing on AS Colour shirts that are 100% cotton and sourced through a responsible supply chain and we are accepting orders from New Zealand and Australia. Get in quick so you don’t miss out, orders are only open for a few days and scheduled to deliver in early January!

ORDER YOUR SHIRT NOW

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