Even if you don't own one of our awesome Sasquatopus Water Bottles, you've probably encountered a Liberty Bottleworks water bottle at some point. Among the abundant water bottle manufacturers, you think it would be hard to stand out, especially in such a niche market. Liberty Bottleworks does just that.
This week's edition of Cascadian Now Store Spotlight features Olympia-based shop, Cascadian Craft. With many original designs, Cascadian Craft boasts a number of hand-printed (with environmentally friendly water-based inks!) shirts and bandanas.
Welcome to the first edition of our CascadiaNow! Store Spotlight! First up: Seattle Flag Makers. Carol Anderson, owner of Seattle Flag Makers, has been in the flag making business for 35 years (before the conception of the Doug flag itself!) so it is safe to say we trusted her when she told us our flags are being made by one of the top printers in the country.
After a several years of searching, we are thrilled to announce our first run of USA-made Doug flags.
The Cascadia Landscape socks are lightweight and snug, making them perfect for everyday wear or for your next hiking adventure.
Are you partaking in the annual Seattle-to-Portland ride July 15th-16th? Or simply hoping to sport some Cascadia gear riding your bike around the bioregion?
We are excited to announce our annual Bicycle Jersey pre-order and several new items available for purchase in the store - just in time for summer!
Available for pre-order now, CascadiaNow! is excited to offer our first ever run of Cascadia Rainbow Doug flags, just in time for LGBTQ events around the region, and screened here in Seattle, one of the hearts of Cascadia.
Finally, we are excited to have shirts and sweatshirts back in stock! We have just received our latest shipment of Doug Flag t-shirts and hoodies. We are now fully stocked in XS, S, M, L, XL, & XXL in.