Posted by Adam on December 10, 2013 at 11:23 PM CST
First made available yesterday, TeeFury are giving you a second chance to pick up, not one, but two awesome Star Wars t-shirts as part of their new After Hours feature.

"Training We Are" and "Despicable Rebels", both by artist DJKopet, battled it out in TwoFury, and while the latter proved to be the winner, both are still available to order. But don't delay, as there is less than 9 hours remaining at the time of this post!

Thanks to Rebelscum reader John D. for letting us know about this!
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