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We’re living in a more enlightened time, with nerd culture now a whole aesthetic and the things people used to mock – Star Trek, Star Wars, comic books – define pop culture. With geek the new chic, there’s no better time to shop EMP’s collection of Star Trek t-shirts.
We’ve got Star Trek t-shirts that’ll have you feeling like you’re one of the crew. When it comes to finding the right Star Trek t shirt, we’ve got plenty of variety, from classic Star Trek logo designs to shirts inspired by the latest motion picture adaptations. All of our shirts are designed for comfort and durability – not that we’ll be expecting you to do battle with alien races, but still, better safe than sorry. You can rest assured these t-shirts will stay fresh and cool, whether you’re being grilled by your own Captain Kirk at work or you’re hitting the town with your friends.
Other Star Trek t-shirts include lieutenant inspired prints and a design that will have you looking like you’re ready to graduate from the Starfleet Academy. Our Star Trek t-shirts pair perfectly with Star Trek accessories and other gifts, many of which are exclusive to EMP. Try as you want, not even a Vulcan death grip could get you a pair of our exclusives from anywhere else.
If straight-up replicas aren’t really your thing, we’ve got plenty of humorous Star Trek t-shirts that merge meme culture with iconic moments from the show. Take your Pic(ard) from the likes of Patrick Stewart’s facepalm immortalised in graphic prints or the introduction of cats to the Enterprise – because, truly, everyone today loves cats.
It's not just Star Trek t-shirts we’re beaming up across our online store, we’ve got a whole range of Star Trek merchandise. Fully licenced, authentic goods, it’s truly out of this world (sorry for the space pun, but we could’ve gone with a ‘live long and prosper’ and that’s just not (kling)on…)