By Taylor-Ann Smith Outlaw Partners Designer
To be an outlaw is far more than straying from the status quo or riding off into the sunset with a smoking gun. It’s about leading from a position of strength, fairness, and passion.
Outlaw Partners is proud to announce a full apparel line now available online, to allow those outside our office to ride for the Outlaw brand. We worked closely with Bozeman’s Lone Mountain Printing – the primary printer for Jackson, Wyo.’s Asymbol Gallery, ski maker Volkl, and Butte’s Headframe Spirits – to develop a high-quality apparel line that showcases our design with industry-leading print skills.
“We’ve had a lot of demand for apparel items we’ve produced as promotional items in the past, such as sunglasses, belt buckles and trucker hats,” said Outlaw Partners’ Creative Director Kelsey Dzintars. “Outlaw is excited to now offer quality products accessible to all, and share our ethos with our clients, friends and colleagues that have helped make our brand a success.”
The line features full-zip hooded sweatshirts, softshell jackets, T-shirts, flex-fit hats, and trucker hats to fit any style, in both men’s and women’s sizing.
“[I] love the Outlaw logo and gear,” said Michael Lockwood, founder of Ridegefield, Conn.’s Lock Capital Management, who purchased a softshell at the Big Sky PBR. “[The apparel] totally captures the spirit of the West, and especially Big Sky.”
Keeping comfort and quality in mind, the T-shirts are a sueded cotton, polyester blend that prevents shrinking and creates an ultra-soft feel. The hoodies are made of light fleece for warmth without the bulky weight, making them perfect for a morning trail hike. Our softshells are a waffle-printed fleece that keeps the jacket insulated while allowing plenty of breathability that’s ideal for a fall bike commute.
Whether you’re looking for your next favorite hat or a stylish softshell for the cooler temps approaching, Outlaw apparel will make it clear you ride for the brand.
Visit the online store at outlaw.partners/shop.
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