Custom T-Shirts for reach the beach
Reach the Beachers before the race! by Reach the Beach 2013 - 11 months ago
We reached the beach! by Full Throttle - 12 months ago
"This photo was taken at the end of the Reach The Beach relay race. The twelve of us in the photo had just finished running 205 miles in 32 hours, from Cannon Mountain in New Hampshire to Hampton Beach. customink did a great job helping me with the design of the shirts!"
Reach the Beach 2013 by Brooke - 12 months ago
"Custom Ink helped us design our fabulous team Long Distance Relay-tionship t-shirts for Reach the Beach New Hampshire, a 200 mile, 24+ hour relay race from Cannon Mountain to Hampton Beach. The technical shirts were super comfy to run in and the colors were nice and bold! Our shirts were a big hit and matched nicely with our finishers medals :)"
Frogs In Boiling Water Reach the Beach Relay by Mark - almost 3 years ago
"Reach The Beach Relay Race 200 Miles from Cannon Mtn New Hampshire to Hampton Beach. 9/16 - 9/17 2011. Why not stay up all night and run 18-20 Miles. Dealing with Custom Ink is awesome. My teams have purchased from them for over 7 years and always have the same excellent experience. "
Team photo at the hotel before the race by Reach The Beach 2011: Team Chocolate Mile - almost 3 years ago
"Took at team photo before the race at the local hotel in Littleton, NH. We actually had two teams, one 12-person team and one 6-person team. We ran the Reach The Beach relay which went from the White Mountains of NH to the Atlantic Ocean in Hampton Beach, NH, because we think running overnight on no sleep while driving in a smelly van is fun. Customink was great to deal with, everyone loved the shirts, the custom graphic we used looks great and shipping was on time. "
We finished! by Reach the Beach Relay Running Race! 200 miles in 24 hours! - almost 3 years ago
Reach the Beach Relay 2011 by Sandbaggers - almost 3 years ago
"We ordered these awesome shirts to do a crazy 24+ hour relay race and wanted to show our enthusiasm for the sport. While most teams run the 200 mile course as a team of 12, we chose to do an "ultra" team of only 6 runners. These shirts held up like champions against all the miles and sweat, and still looked damn stylish at the end. Go Sandbaggers!!"