Escape Room Enthusiasts Women's FITTED Tees
Do you spend your free time getting locked in rooms where you have to solve puzzles to get out? When you are at work, is your mind thinking through your last great escape or planning your next one? Then you are an Escape Room Enthusiast!
This Escape Room shirt is a word cloud of some of the most commonly used words in the titles of Escape Rooms. Show off your passion for escape rooms, and if you get bored, pick random words from the shirt and create your own new Escape Room!
The Escape Room Enthusiasts group is an international group of people who love escape rooms, and can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/escaperoomenthusiasts/.
It is the largest escape room community in the world, and was founded by Dr. Scott Nicholson in 2015 as part of his groundbreaking research about escape rooms, where he did a global survey of escape rooms and published several papers about the results. He took the English-language titles of escape rooms and created this word cloud, which inspired the logo for the Facebook group.
The Escape Room Enthusiasts logo is the copyright of Dr. Scott Nicholson and is used with permission.
Some shirt colours are only available in sizes up to 2X or 3X (see product availability when ordering). Size of design may appear bigger on our website to show you all the details and colours may differ from what you see on your screen.
Escape Room Enthusiasts Women's FITTED T-Shirts
- Gildan 6400L Softstyle™ Ladies Fitted T-Shirt
- 6.1 oz, 100% cotton
- Women's silhouette with side seam
- Taped neck and shoulders
- Seamless Double needle collar
- Double needle bottom hem and sleeves
::: Sizing (width x length & sleeve)
S 16" (chest) x 25.25" (length) & sleeve = 11.5"
M 17" (chest) x 26.25" (length) & sleeve = 12"
L 18.5" (chest) x 27.25" (length) & sleeve = 12.5"
XL 19.5" (chest) x 28" (length) & sleeve = 13.25"
2XL 22" (chest) x 28.5" (length) & sleeve = 14"
Chest is measured 1" down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). Length is measured from the highest point on shoulder to the hem. Sleeve is measured from where the center back meets the neck seam, over the shoulder to the end of the cuff.