Boston T-Shirt Design Ideas and Photos

Want to show off your Boston pride? Design custom boston t-shirts for your group, event, or team. Just check out these customers below rocking their boston strong t-shirts and participating in fun activities like the Boston Marathon, various charity walks, and for their various teams. And when the weather gets cold, be sure to check out our wide selection of custom hoodies for some warmer custom apparel for those frigid Boston months.

Battle of the Wits! by Westfield High Wits City - 26 days ago

Battle Of The Wits! T-Shirt Photo

"Westfield High School students, competing for the right to be on WGBH TV's High School Quiz Bowl in Boston, Massachusetts in November 2014 Everyone on the production staff remarked how our shirt..."   view full details

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MIT Women's Crew novice boat after the Foot of the Charles Regatta! by Liz de Laittre - 28 days ago

Mit Women's Crew Novice Boat After The Foot Of The Charles Regatta! T-Shirt Photo

"Novice boat (all new rowers) after their second regatta, the Foot of the Charles in Boston, MA. They set a new personal record on their 2K to end the fall season! Eight rowers with the coswain in..."   view full details

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Walk to End Lupus by Rhema Fellowship Church - about 1 month ago

Walk To End Lupus T-Shirt Photo

"Walk to End Lupus, Boston, MA Saturday, October 25, 2014 CustomInk made it possible for our group to numbered among many group wearing their dark purple shirts. They fulfilled a last minute orde..."   view full details

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NBSA sporting their CustomInk Hoodies at peaceful demonstration by NBSA Hoodies - about 1 month ago

Nbsa Sporting Their Custom Ink Hoodies At Peaceful Demonstration T-Shirt Photo

"We love our CustomInk Hoodies. It was great working with customink. The service was great and they even offered a number of suggestions to optimize the quality and design of the sweatshirt! The E-b..."   view full details

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2014 Walk Now for Autism Speaks: Greater Boston by Lucie Lovell - about 1 month ago

2014 Walk Now For Autism Speaks: Greater Boston T-Shirt Photo

"This is our Team photo taken at the 2014 Walk Now for Autism Speaks: Greater Boston taking place at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, MA. We walk for my son Benjamin and have ordered our Team shirt..."   view full details

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Gavin's Gang - Great Boston Autism Speaks Walk by Shawna Altenburger - 2 months ago

Gavin's Gang   Great Boston Autism Speaks Walk T-Shirt Photo

"This was our first year walking in the Autism Speaks walk. Our beautiful little boy, Gavin, was diagnosed with Autism when he was 19 months old. He will be 3 years old in two weeks. It was freezing..."   view full details

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Megan's Minions! by Megan's Minions - 3 months ago

Megan's Minions! T-Shirt Photo

"My family did the Making Strides Breast Cancer Walk in Boston, Sunday, October 5th for my cousin who was diagnosed this past March with breast cancer. There was 36 of us who walked including Megan ..."   view full details

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Family by Hub On Wheels - 3 months ago

Family T-Shirt Photo

"The photo was taken in Boston after a 30 mile bike ride in Hub on Wheels we were riding in memory of our mother who sadly passed earlier this year. We had an awesome time and our shirts were a big ..."   view full details

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BU Sikh Association by BU Delta Phi Omega Sorority - 4 months ago

Bu Sikh Association T-Shirt Photo

"We are the Sikh Association, a religious group at BU. We custom made these shirts for our annual Vaisakhi Mela, a joyous religious holiday that we celebrated on campus! There was free food, music, ..."   view full details

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Rush BU Delta Phi Omega Sorority by BU Delta Phi Omega Sorority - 4 months ago

Rush Bu Delta Phi Omega Sorority  T-Shirt Photo

"We, the sisters of Delta Phi Omega Sorority, always choose CustomInk for our t-shirt orders! They have such a large selection of shirts to choose from and the best part is how quickly they arrive! ..."   view full details

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