On Time For The Holidays. David Uhl Biker Apparel

When I published a preview of David Uhl Works new line of apparel, most of you were unable to order directly from the website because the first run of shirts was a limited quantity and demand was too high to fill up all orders. Starting today and just on time for the holidays, you can order all the shirts online with free shipping during all December for delivery in the Continental US. Jump to David Uhl Works.

24 Responses to “On Time For The Holidays. David Uhl Biker Apparel”

  1. 1 Jeremy Dec 10th, 2010 at 9:36 am

    Great art. Very cool graphics, but in the catalog, the choice of only 1 person (being Roger Bourget) to model the shirts is a mistake, I think. Or no male model, or more models with a look more appropriate to this style. (nothing against Roger) For women, it’s easier. Just show them pretty with a couple of tattoos.

  2. 2 Sas Hunter Dec 10th, 2010 at 11:40 am

    I tried to get on the web site a number of times but just kept kicking me out, great T designs but if they can’t sort the access out and don’t have 4 XL i’l be spending my money elsewhere

  3. 3 Mike Dec 10th, 2010 at 2:48 pm

    Kind of reminds me of the Bud Light commercial where the guy has the pants and shirts on with the flashy dragons on them, lol.

  4. 4 RUB Dec 10th, 2010 at 4:42 pm

    MIke , your spot on . That crap ain’t biker apparel . 60 bucks for a tee shirt , come on ………………..

  5. 5 Jeez Dec 10th, 2010 at 5:13 pm

    RUB. The shirt doesn’t make the biker. Ride and wear what you want. By the way, your screen name is RUB. It means Rich Urban Biker! Ha, ha, ha.

  6. 6 RUB Dec 10th, 2010 at 6:00 pm

    Jeez , everybody knows real bikers wear OCC gear !

  7. 7 mdsphoto Dec 11th, 2010 at 9:21 am

    $60 bucks for a t-shirt in the economy. Really?

  8. 8 Bigalyts@aol.com Dec 11th, 2010 at 9:50 am

    Sas Hunter , I wear a 3XL and they do make that. I told Cyrill to make a 3XL and he refused! Comming to think about it….IHe should make a 4XL , cause they all Shrink at least 1 size….. RUB wait till this UHL dood charges $75 + you can get them at the Swap Shop from a couple of Vendors for $20 bucks. about what they are worth, all of them!

  9. 9 G. James Dec 11th, 2010 at 2:43 pm

    All those of you who are not happy with the price of these tees are dumb. Don’t you realize that there is fancy artwork printed on this clothing. Art work is free? Art work has no value? If you ave no money, say it, But at least understand why these tees are priced the way they are. Price seems justified to me. And to many others I am sure.

  10. 10 1550tc Dec 11th, 2010 at 5:44 pm

    Nice shirts and great graphics,,,whats $60 for a shirt?? just stay out of Loli Pops for 1 nite

  11. 11 Bigalyts@aol.com Dec 12th, 2010 at 6:58 am

    Daaaaaahhm G.James we aien’t tooo dum! I liks fancy artwerk, and i kno artwerk has value, but it’s not so Valueable on a Silkscreened T-Shirt. I understand that the First piece of Art takes time and certainally Talent to design. However this Fine Art on a Silkscreen, on thousands of T-Shirts kinda takes the Value down quite a bit. I wanted to ask you if the Cotton they your Company is 100%Egyptian Cotton, or is it Fruit of the Loom? Nice Product for the Nouvo Riche Biker!

  12. 12 Jeez Dec 12th, 2010 at 1:33 pm

    Bigalytz. You really don’t understand and just proved it with your comment. The price of these tee-shirts is justified by the cost and quality of the artwork. The value is the pleasure to wear something different, with great art printed on it. Do you wear only all white or black tee-shirts? Nobody was talking about the collectable value, although some tees became sought after collectables. Make an online search. Uhl is a great artist, and these tees are cool. If they are not your taste or you can’t spend more than $10 on your tee, it’s your problem. Move on to Cyril’s next post. But don’t say they are not worth it.

  13. 13 Uhl dood Dec 12th, 2010 at 4:45 pm

    Thanks to all for caring enough to make comments, I want to take a minute to post a few facts in here that may clarify a some things. Dan and I have been creating t-shirt designs for the motor co since 1993, actually over 500 of them… Most were the simple black multi color tees sold at $25-30 retail. You can still see them all over the world at any given rally. We got fatigued of this level of product design and sought out to create a unique line of shirts that: first of all would be made here in the states ($$). We also wanted to employ the entire shirt as a canvas, (all over print) , but in order to accommodate the huge xxxx sizes the screens must be massive up to 4ft wide ($$$). There are only a couple of printers in the country that can even do this. They would be printed on the a super nice ring spun cotton garment ($$$$) and would be custom dyed. They would feature hand stitched areas, hand ground effects , custom fabric patchwork , embroidery and whatever else we could employ to make the shirt cool but not gay and over the top. The art would all have an original drawing and not be created clip art files off the internet. We are glad to finally be getting these shirts to market, after 3 years and unbelievable amount of of work and cash.
    The most advanced screen printers in LA have flat out said they are the most difficult complex shirts they have EVER produced. So to have the majority of these shirts come in under $50 retail is quite a task indeed. Were artists! know the economy sucks, and Art is certainly not recession proof. We had a dream, and are lucky we did not fold up and die before we could offer this new option to our already saturated black beefy tee armies.

  14. 14 John E Adams Dec 12th, 2010 at 9:14 pm

    Art is a tough sell commercially to the general public for even for the best around in any economy – very nice stuff David -;0)

  15. 15 1550tc Dec 12th, 2010 at 11:36 pm


    love this sidewinder


    makes affliction shirts look like 7 buck wally world t shirts

  16. 16 Bigsky Dec 13th, 2010 at 12:10 am

    Been a fan of Uhl paintings for some time, and picked up a couple of these shirts for myself… gotta tell you, the $60 is on the high side, mine were significantly less than that, i think, BUT, after wearing them a bit, the comments and the fact that women are stopping me to check out my shirt, coupled with what they tell me about all the differences between this and other popular shirts, and I am totally satisfied with the purchase.
    Me? I like the fact that the art is actually made by someone whos talents I like, and I am not seeing every second schmuck wearing them either, like the bright green ones with the bar and sheild on the front. Whose idea was that anyway???
    RUB – Biker gear? Whatever, dude, if there is a dress code I have been missing it for thirty years then. I thought it was about the ride, man I missed the dress code part. If your not happy you can always sell the bike before you get too many miles on it… or, find a place that will put an alligator with a nastier look than your polos you wear during the day…:)
    Oh yeah, the girl I am dating, 17 years my junior, really likes it too… I’m okay with that 🙂
    So, my comment is I would rather spend the extra $14 and get something I can wear to dinner, the pub, or on the bike and feel good about it rather than a “Beefy Tee” or Hanes or whatever with a motor company picture and a town where I bought it. Got about a hundred of those. Maybe get girlfriends grandma to make a quilt with them, LOL!
    Fact is, its cool stuff, great quality, and was completely surprised to see some whine about it, you gotta check them out live, unlike anything I have ever worn… very cool.
    Cheers to you all,

  17. 17 Free Rider Dec 13th, 2010 at 1:06 am

    Very nice Tee’s, but I think u should start thinking about some simple designs for those who do not want to wear some thing flashy. So u can target bigger segment of people !!

  18. 18 Suze Dec 13th, 2010 at 7:17 am

    Great woman tees. Pointed out one model to my husband for Christmas….

  19. 19 Bean're Dec 13th, 2010 at 2:13 pm

    I want the limited addition, David Uhl stingray wallet. What’s a guy gotta do to get one of them?

  20. 20 avid uhl Dec 13th, 2010 at 3:29 pm

    That’s pretty hilarious Bean, did ya bring back a stingray from the islands for me to work with? , just tryin to remember what color you liked.
    Free rider: we have some fine art vintage stuff in the next line coming out, no frills but excellent detail and fabrics. Low radar cool, workin with the Slantartist again.

  21. 21 2Low Dec 14th, 2010 at 6:24 am

    Superb designs. But I need a couple of hoodies. When?

  22. 22 Greg Rhodes Dec 14th, 2010 at 10:41 am

    2Low, the women’s hoodies (Fusion Fleece) will be available in the next few weeks. Any other questions, you can email me at greg@uhstudios.com. Thanks, Greg

  23. 23 Bigsky Dec 17th, 2010 at 2:33 pm

    LOL, Truth! But ya know? its about ridin, not wearin. Too bad pictures don’t do it justice, cause they are very cool. I think pictures don’t do me justice either… hah!

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