The Stuff Store Is Stuffed – The New Vintage Cushion Series Is Here

The New WHAT KNOT? Shirt

Love Vintage Boat Cushions? Now you can wear one everywhere you go. You can mix and match them. Combine them with real cushions. These shirts sold out in Lake Dora in two days. We added one more to the series, and will be developing others as we find worthy designs.

The Cushion that inspired it.

See, they go together. Our model doesn’t wave BTW.

The inspiration

The shirt

A WoodyBoater classic.Flotation Device Shirt

In short sleave

They match your boat perfectly, and fun art on their own. They have several colors and we only use quality t shirts, so they wear great and last. So jump in one now.


We also have some great FLAT HEAD shirts left from Florida and will sell whats left. This item will not be remade.

All the Woody 6 Volters are with Jim Staib and FineWoodBoats, for a special t fer deal. Buy a 6 volt pump, get the T shirt for $1. WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!  Some sizes are already gone. Must mention WoodyBoater deal to Jim.

Cushions are great

They add a certain something

Dave Botner from Freedom Boat Service has a wonderful collection.

Lots of styles

Sometimes a simple color can be all you need


6 replies
  1. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P )
    Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P ) says:

    Man you can tell its Monday. Its 10 o’clock and I’m the 1st comment. The shirts look good, I have been a T shirt collector for 42 years. I hate to admit it but I still have 90% of them. I am now deciding which of these cool shirts I will buy.

  2. Floyd r turbo
    Floyd r turbo says:

    What is it about the vinyl composition that makes those older cushions so cool? You just can’t get that same patina in a new one.

  3. Floyd r turbo
    Floyd r turbo says:

    I think you should’ve put the “what knot diagram” on the lower front of the T-shirt for reference purposes for us to look down at while tying up. That or I’ll have to buy one in each size and have it handy for each guest to wear while in the boat, assuming I’ll ever get mine running and in the water.

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