Star Wars AT-AT, X-wing & TIE Fighter Schematic Tees

Star Wars Schematic T-Shirts

Remember the TIE Advanced Starfighter Schematic T-Shirt from a few months ago? It must have been a big hit because now there are a slew of new Star Wars Schematic T-Shirts available. You can choose between the AT-AT Imperial Walker Schematic, Imperial TIE Fighter Schematic, or the T-65 X-wing Starfighter Schematic. Buy them all for a big boost to your geek cred.

AT-AT Imperial Walker Schematic T-Shirt

AT-AT Imperial Walker Schematic T-Shirt

The All Terrain Armored Transport. The Imperial Walker. Just the name is intimidating. Schematics for the AT-AT Imperial Walker in black, grey and white on a royal blue, 100% cotton t-shirt. This shirt is softer and slightly more fitted than our normal shirts.

Imperial TIE Fighter Schematic T-Shirt

Imperial TIE Fighter Schematic T-Shirt

Schematics for the Imperial TIE Fighter in black, red and white on a charcoal grey, 100% cotton t-shirt. This shirt is softer and slightly more fitted than our normal shirts.

T-65 X-wing Starfighter Schematic T-Shirt

T-65 X-wing Starfighter Schematic T-Shirt

Be sure to zoom in on this design to get the full effect. All sorts of bits are called out. We’re particularly fond of the diagram of the S-foil wing assembly at the bottom right of the design (left of the shirt), shown folded out with arrows and fainter lines for the locked configuration. Well, that and the line indicating proper placement of your “astromech droid.” Schematics for the Incom T-65 X-wing starfighter in white, grey and blue on a black, 100% cotton t-shirt. This shirt is softer and slightly more fitted than our normal shirts.

Choose from the AT-AT T-Shirt, TIE Fighter T-Shirt, and the X-Wing T-Shirt from ThinkGeek.com. The price is $19.99 for small, medium, large, and XL, while XXL sizes run one dollar more.

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Originally from Chicago, Ryan currently lives in San Diego, California. He has a Computer Engineering degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has worked at a range of high-tech companies from research powerhouse Bell Laboratories to leading semiconductor companies and Silicon Valley startups.

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