Q: Are these boxy cut shirts or slimmer fit? I’m 6’2” 210lbs and don’t like a boxy cut shirt. Any thoughts on which size?Asked by Brian B., December 2019
Our vintage cut is a slimmer fit. I would go a larger because of the slim fit. A friend of mine is about your size and went with the 2XL. The shirts are very comfortable, you'll love them.
Forgot to mention he wears a large 😂
Jon is 5"11 and very large in the shoulders and back. 210 lbs also. Shirts seem to come to the top of his thigh and they are fitted for the "V" shape, not much variation in size or fit for the different bars. Just had our sixth shipment and so far no issues with shrinking.
Q: What is the difference between the Vintage and the Classic subscriptions? Is there any subscription that lies in the middle with half of each?Asked by Megan B., February 2021
Q: If I order today December 2nd is there any way to receive the box by Christmas? Asked by Meghan W., December 2020
I'm sorry all orders moving forward are for our January shipment. I am creating a PDF file to send to all gift customers that will say Welcome to Pub Shirt Club. Your package will arrive the first week of January, etc. If you want to purchase an archived design, they are $25 if we have what you want in your preferred size. We may have our December shirt. We run very few extras each month.
Thank you for your interest in Pub Shirt Club!
Q: You have. Sean’s Pub shirt. Is there anyway I can get one of those?Asked by Judith D., November 2020
Thank you for your interest. I will have to look and see. That is a very popular shirt and we only run a small overstock each month. Which size are you interested in? The shirt would be $25.00. That is what we charge for archieved shirts.
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Husband loves this anniversary gift
The shirts are fun and true to size. My husband likes them so much I might get him another subscription.
Perfect!!! I toured around Ireland years ago and now every month I get a shirt that brings a smile and maybe even a memory! awesome quality and customer service is amazing!!!
I absolutely love these!!! I bought them as a gift for my boyfriend (now husband). He loved every month!!! I also steal his shirts cause they are awesome!!!!!!
my son loves the shirt
I got this for my son. At first I ordered the wrong size. I contacted the seller and they got back to me almost immediately. Great customer service. My on was very happy with the shirt.
Great! My family has spent time in Ireland and wonderful pubs. Lovely reminder of that time. Thank you
Love, love, love this! Received first shirt and was very impressed! The subscription is a gift for my husband and I can’t wait until I can give him the first shirt. I’m betting he will think our son will need a subscription for his 40th birthday!
My boyfriend absolutely loved the shirt and the info card about the pub!!!
I signed up and paid for the 3 month subscription with the intent of re-signing up for the year. I received the first shirt (that was a Christmas gift for my son) and nothing after that. After searching in way to many places on the Pub Shirt Club's site and then this one, I found that it confirms I've only received 1 of 3 shirts. I sent an email and have not gotten a response from anybody.
I hope that I can change my review soon. I'm not a fan of giving negative reviews.
A traditional tavern in Louisburgh, County Mayo. Translating to ‘House of Drink’, Teach Na n’Ól is the perfect stop for both visitors and locals. Guests are enthusiastically met with courtesy and hospitality, as is expected in any Louisburgh establishment.
This month’s pub is JJ Bowles, the oldest, and possibly the most loved pub in Limerick. Records date the pub to at least 1794, with the building dating to the late 1600’s. The pub is popular with sports fans as it is within shouting distance of Thomond Park, where you can catch Munster Rugby matches, and the Gaelic Grounds where GAA fans watch Hurling and Gaelic Football matches. JJ Bowles also boasts a beautiful view – with a beer garden along the Shannon River.
Located in Ireland’s oldest city, Waterford. The Craftsman opened in 1972 just a stones throw away from the old Waterford Crystal Factory where the inspiration for the pub’s name came from. The hundreds of craftsmen who have worked at the factory since it was founded in 1783, have created countless beautiful works of glass art, but their most popular creation might be the New Year’s Eve Crystal Ball that drops in Times Square on New Year’s Eve each year.
This month we featured the Tin Pub in the village of Ahakista on Sheep’s Head Peninsula in County Cork. This scenic pub overlooks the beautiful Kitchen Cove and Mizen Peninsula, and has a 19th century Victorian garden that slopes down into Dunmanus Bay. This pub is rural, rustic and quirky, and yes, made of tin. The Tin pub has been in the same family since 1957, but has been a pub in some shape or form since the 1930’s.
Next month's featured pub is located in Cleggan, County Galway. It has a long history of providing a warm atmsphere and escape for fisherman.
Located in Annascaul on the beautiful Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. The South Pole Inn was first opened by famous Irish Explorer Tom Crean in 1927. Crean, also known as the Irish Giant, made three harrowing Antartic expeditions between 1901-1917 before retiring to his hometown and opening the pub.