Here's a little snippet from the Jan. 7 isue of Christian Retailing:
Christian apologist Anthony Horvath and his brother, Brian, have launched a line of T-shirts with an apologetics emphasis. The two want to "educate Christians about essential Christian teachings" as well as "create apologetic opportunities for those wearing the shirts."
The company's name, Apologia315, comes from the root Greek word for apologetics (a "defense"), and I Peter 3:15, which urges Christian to be prepared to give reasons for what they believe.
So far there are four designs. Shirts come in men's sizes, small to large, and retail for $15. Each shirt comes with a brochure that give the wearer info about how to intelligently discuss the thought on his/her shirt.