Detroit football fans who're among The Resistance can wear a call to action on their torsos and a surprisingly diverse choice of other surfaces -- incuding a blanket, stickers and coasters.
A four-year-old online apparel and novelties shop called The DLine, which has a Cass Corridor office on Second Avenue, introduces an array of merchandise for those seeing a 3-7-1 football team as cruel and unusual punishment. "Sell the Team" items priced at $3 to $166 are a way to reinforce calls from columnists, talk radio hosts and ticket buyers who want the Ford family to unload the Lions.
Here are 16 "Sell the Team" products from the web merchant, which casts itself as a "lifestyle brand supporting Detroit:"
- T-shirts: $18
- Hoodies: $35-$41
- Phone case: $21.50-$26
- MacBook skin: $26
- MacBook sleeve: $37
- Poster: $14-$30 (three sizes)
- Photo print: $7-$31 (four sizes)
- Art print: $17-$58
- Framed print: $87-$135 (three sizes)
- Metal print: $49-166 (four sizes)
- Wall banner: $32-$66 (three sizes)
- Throw blanket: $25-$53 (three sizes)
- Coasters: $14 (set of four)
- Zipper pouch: $12-$19 (three sizes)
- Greeting card: $3-$4.45 (two sizes)
- Sticker: $2.70-$15.20 (four sizes)
-- Alan Stamm