Dispatch Succubus T-Shirt
Dispatch Succubus T-Shirt
Dispatch Succubus T-Shirt
Dispatch Succubus T-Shirt

Dispatch Succubus T-Shirt

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We put the bucks in t-shirt!

Following up on our Dispatch Gargoyle print, this is the second of the three-part series we're releasing.  These shirts are all quality and no profit! 

We wanted something everyone could feel like a million bucks when wearing it and we nailed it. Featuring our gargoyle banner logo, custom hip tag, and care instructions custom crafted by us. 

Many people are saying it's the softest t-shirt they've ever felt.  Like "getting hugged by the Snuggle Fabric Softener Bear" soft.

Limited supply available so don't mess around if you want one. 

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A succubus is a fiend in female form, (shall we say, for instance, a bicycle you can’t stop obsessing about), that appears in dreams and takes the form of a woman in order to seduce men. Dispatch folklore holds that repeated activity with a succubus may result in the deterioration of health or mental state or even death. But that still beats any day stuck indoors.

Dispatch Succubus T-Shirt

  • Bella Canvas 3413 Unisex T-Shirt
  • 50% poly, 25% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 25% rayon, 40 single 3.8 oz.
  • See Sizing Chart for Suggested Fit
  • Use Care When Wearing - Known Issues Include Feeling Like a Badass.  Which you are.  Of course.  Everyone knows that.
  • Seen our Gargoyle tee yet?  You should.

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Love my new shirt.

Wife looked at me sideways for a minute but didn't say anything. I love it!


this shirt really *is* shockingly soft... and more luxurious than sheepskin seat covers from the late 80s.


good quality

Rad Threads

Shirt is comfortable, fits just right, and the yellow color is perfect! Every time I wear it, it strikes up a conversation.

Wesley Long
Just ride

Awesome material for the first person to get the bike thing done with my life and the broken bones have experienced it...