2010 T-Shirt (the "Daffodil Yellow" long-sleeve year)


The 2010 Club Colors

The 2008 and 2009 no-stink, long sleeve club colours were so popular, we repeated in new colours.  Member, Vanessa Fors, pulled it off again.  She oversaw buying the fabric, laying the pattern, cutting the fabric, printing the labels (and cutting them) and making sure everything came together in the end.  Thanks, Vanessa!  

Our exclusive label is be called "FatAssWear." This special edition garment is made only for Club members. A one-time order was placed early in January 2010, so only those members who have paid their 2010 club dues by then will get them. Ya snooze, ya loose . . . (as some unhappy campers learned last year)

The good news is that I do have a handful of extra shirts and will make them available for purchase.  If you are interested in buying one keep your eyes peeled for updates on this website on how to get your hands of one.

The 2010 Poster Children

Our 2010 Poster Children are Seattle residents, Sarah Anderson and Noal Cattone. We met both of them when they came up to Vancouver to participate in the Seymour Super Fun Run in November 2009 and are happy to have up the numbers of our Washington members. 

Introducing FatAssWear
  • Designed by Club Fat Ass member Vanessa Fors, cut, sewn and screened in Vancouver
  • Made of 100% antibacterial Chitosante Interlock polyester microfibre
  • Biodegradable and environmentally friendly
  • Durable and washable, piling resistant, breathable
  • Odour resistant non-toxic, antistatic, fast drying
  • Moisture wicking
  • Long sleeved
  • Yellow with purple screening for the girls and yellow with royal blue (thanks to Reagan and David Papineau for this suggestion) screening for the boys
  • Mens shirts have a classic fit for comfort (available sizes M-XL)
  • Womens shirts feature a form fitted cut (available sizes S-L)
  • Fabric has a bit of stretch and fits very nicely

On the front of the t-shirt:

The Club Fat Ass porker logo. Subtle and informative, enough to turn heads and prompt the question, "What's Club Fat Ass?" from the cashier in the grocery store checkout line.

On the back of the t-shirt:

"I may be a fat ass, but I'm in front of you!"
"www.ClubFatAss.com "
"free events for active people"
Provocative, but tasteful. It answers the question, "What is Club Fat Ass", but barely. The cashier checks out your butt.

On the right sleeve: