We See Shells In Mammoth
We are heading to Mammoth this weekend, after getting a huge dump of snow, and look forward to some fresh corduroy and maybe even a powder dump, after working out the year end books and moving into our new spot.
So...what are you supposed to do if you want your embroidered jacket to resonate, whether in San Diego or on the slopes. Pick a universal option, the shell jacket. The shell jacket lacks insulation, making a great option for layering fleece in colder conditions, and using as a superior windbreaker in warmer conditions. While embroidery is generally preferred, we can also screen print these items for you.
The North Face
The North Face is a legendary brand, making durable garments that hold up in the toughest of conditions. If you don't know, now you know. The price is reflective of the products value, but is definitely for the hard core adventurer.
Dry Vent Rain Jacket - $125 MSRP (blank only)
Marmot (The Phun Favorite)
Marmot is a top of the line brand, selling shells, insulated jackets, fleece, soft shells, and other apparel at retail locations across the country. We decorate these beautifully with embroidery or screen printing, and even include a water proof backing to ensure that even the embroidery doesn't let in a drop. Pro-Note, this style has the Marmot branding lower on the jacket, so you can showcase your brand on the front left chest.
Men's Tempo Jacket in Black - $105.00 MSRP (blank only)
The Columbia waterproof shell comes with a slick mesh lining, and is a great looking piece. While not as fitted as the Marmot, Columbia is a long standing brand representing quality in craftsmanship and fabric selection. This is a fantastic piece to add to your collection.
Columbia Men's Watertight II Jacket - $86.00 MSRP (blank only)
We have plenty of options in the $40-$65 range, too, but these are the standouts we would suggest. Give us a ring, whether you want a great wind/waterproof option for the colder Southwest evenings, or the powder dumps of your local mountain.
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