You asked for got it!

The first ever official Codebearers "Author's Writ" T-Shirts is available for pre-order at Catch a sneak peek, pick your favorite color and let us know which size to order for you on the Miller Brothers' website or by simply >> CLICKING HERE . 

1. We're placing our order for shirts on June 1st.
2. We can order a variety of shirt colors with our first order. After that, we'll be limiting the selection of shirt colors to 1 or possibly 2 to cut down on inventory we need to carry on an ongoing basis.
3. This presents a LIMITED TIME opportunity for you. Sooooo...if you have a special color that we currently show on the website and you want to get it. NOW IS THE TIME! Pre-orders are guaranteed to get their favorite color.

TELL YOUR FRIENDS! Place your pre-order online before June 1st. 

Have an idea for another design? Let us know and we'll see what we can do. As soon as we get 12 pre-orders of a design we can order it on any color shirt for $19.99 + shipping.

Have fun picking your favorite color...

For the Way of Truth and Life!

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I'm a blue man myself! Good choice. But there are many shades of blue there. Which one?

Metro blue.

You should do a shirt with the eye of ends on it

That would be awesome! 


need my boss to pay me!!!!!!!!!

summer classes wiped out my last paycheck!!!

love the purple and black combos!!!!

absolutely adore the blue and dark blue knight on horse one!

gonna get it when i get the funds!

Awsome! I'll count you as 1 pre-order. 11 more until I can place the order. :-)

Oh dear! Is there anyway to get it soemwhere that's not FB? I can't get one

I'll be posting it on website tomorrow. Sorry for the wait. :-) Below is one of the 15 colors.

This brownish red one is my fav! Count me as a pre order for this one!

i say it looks best like this, but that's just me.

Just realized the link above is broken. Try This LINK


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