Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Small Shop Brands You Should Rep

The internet is a pretty interesting place and just one of the things that it's really cool is helping artists and small shop apparel companies get a start and sometimes in a big way.  Each of these companies have a growing website and social media presence that make them worth following for their latest offerings, discounts, and occasional giveaways as well. 

Here's a quick breakdown of eight small shop brands that you should be representing right now.

CROOKED CREEK HOLLER
Asheville tattoo artist Danny Reed turn hunter and angler apparel company entrepreneur with some designs that are an interesting departure from everything else that is out there.
  

DEAD WEIGHT FLY
Artist Ryan Sharpe is Dead Weight Fly and he recently made the jump into apparel with a mix of t-shirts, hoodies, Doo Rags, and more on his revamped website.


FLOOD TIDE CO.
Artist Paul Puckett and company are doing big things in Charleston (and beyond) and their fall line up includes some interesting offerings including a collared shirt which is the winner of the line up for me.

Oh yeah...and their Ambassadors kick total ass too.


H&H OUTFITTERS
These brothers continue to rock and the designs get cleaner and cleaner.  The fall line is available now and worth checking out.  STLHD anyone?


MARSH WEAR
Another reason why Charleston rocks and frontman Logan Roberts is handpicking some high quality fabrics and designs in their offerings.


REP YOUR WATER
More than just caps and it's been really cool to see this husband and wife company spread it's wings over the past couple years.  Remember to use discount code "TFMFREESHIP" on your online orders.


SKINNY WATER CULTURE
El Presidente Vince Stegura of S.W.C. recently quit his job to take this company to the next level.  Keep an eye on this one and take advantage of a 30% off discount using code "FB30OFF" which is good through October 31st.



THE FLY TROUT
This is another one man show and Joe Pino always has something cool up his sleeve.  His latest design, TROUTSET, is a neat play on that one thing you never want to get caught doing.


That's eight brands on my radar but who did I miss?  I know that there are a few more out there that I should be tracking on.

2 comments:

Howard Levett said...

Hexfishing, the brainchild of blogger and artist Joel Dejong. Joel does beautiful art and fishy shirts.

Cameron Mortenson said...

Howard...good call on Joel.