Our humble abode has been featured in OregonLive as one of Portland's best new shops of 2017. We take pride in this because we're hyper local with everything we do. Our t-shirts are designed and printed in Portland, the store fixtures, paint, and lighting we're completed by area contractors. Writers, photographers, and models are all locally based. I think you get the gist we're happy to be here and being acknowledged feels good!
The start of basketball season in Portland is a big deal, and this year we wanted to come correct by making a collection for the whole fam. We restocked classics like the PDX Carpet, 77 Championship, and City Caps. The People's Choice Tee has been updated in black, white, and red. A new design, the Portland Retro, is a customized Bauhause typeface that's a nod to the 1970's era of basketball. It's available in a men's long sleeve tee, women's 3/4 tee, women's short sleeve tee, sweatshirt, and youth tee. The collection is capped off by the Seating Chart tee, so it'll be easier to find your seat at the game.
Maryland is where I'm from, I go back to visit a few times a year. During this recent trip back I returned to learn the Gorge was on fire. Immediately my heart sank. When I moved to Portland seven years ago I drove through the Gorge for the first time. I'd never seen anything like it. I remember the word magestic coming to mind. Before my dog Zeke passed away, our favorite place to visit was Hood River. So much in fact that I spread his ashes in the Columbia River. Since then I've made what feels like monthly trips through the Gorge to Hood River and Mt. Hood with my family. That hour long drive has been a refuge. When I learned of the Eagle Creek fire I wanted to do my part to give back by offering 100% of the proceeds from our Mt. Hood Cap - Solar Eclipse Edition to Friends of the Columbia Gorge.
The Friends of the Columbia Gorge are a local non-profit dedicated to the preservation of and education around the gorge since 2005. We hope to do our part with your help.