Good feedback. I also prefer zipper hoodies. And I agree Hottie, the soft and lightweight feel of the AA brand is really nice. Maybe I will give them another shot. My zipper is holding up, but I suppose I could see some issues because the zipper pull is kinda small and the zipper teeth aren't very "chunky."
I'm always considering variations on the apparel, like sweatshirts, long-sleeves, girl style cuts, children's sizes.... all of which happen to be more expensive to produce than the uber commonplace "unisex tee." I've experimented with other styles before, and ended up with leftover kids and girly shirts for years. Tough to tell what will sell.
And the other problem is, my space and budget are limited. I wish I could stock my office to the ceiling with every style and color of clothing possible. But it's not just practical. Ultimately, my product is patterns, not garments.
T-shirts are easy so you can expect a new design every Halloween season. But I may experiment with something a little different each year too. Who knows, maybe we'll hit on a style that really clicks and will become a new standard item in the Shocking Shop
By the way, next year will be the 10 year anniversary
of Zombie Pumpkins!
Which seems like the perfect occasion to offer at least 1 special edition item.... or 10.