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Our sustainable series features graphics printed locally on a buttery soft Organic Cotton + Bamboo blend. More eco-friendly, and softer than ever. Read why we chose to explore Bamboo.
Every day, nearly 23 million gallons of oil flow through two aging pipelines in the heart of the Great Lakes.
Music for your ears + soul. We upload a new playlist each week. You in?
It's all love baby. This playlist is dedicated to all the fellow queer babies out there, allies and friends too! We'll be over here listening all June. Mixed by Amanda Jones and Erica Lang.
It's 2023 baby, and Woosah Wavelength is back! This year we will be launching a new playlist every month. January's mix is by our friend, our bud, Brit Finkbeiner. She sent us one song that hit us so hard we said, whoa, we GOTTA bring back the wavelength. Enjoy these tunes ya'll!
We asked our Woo-crew member, Jess, to put together a little ditty for your ears. Inspired by that feeling she gets while driving down the California One, when the time passes nice and breezy.
Featuring Spud, our beloved 1979 VW Bus. Hitch a ride with us and follow along as we spread the Woosah!
We had just purchased our bus, a 1979 Volkswagen Campmobile. Little did Kelly know it was all part of a bigger plan.
See what’s cookin’ in our home town and state! Find events, tips on local trails, campgrounds and stories here.
Residing just a few blocks from our shop is local artist, art educator and now author, Megan Altieri. We're pretty lucky to call Megan one of our closest pals, and if I had to sum her up in one word, I think I would choose "complex". She's inherently curious about the complex lives we all live, and to her surprise a few years back she discovered a word for this feeling, Sonder and has now published a book of her work surrounding it.
Based in Grand Rapids MI is one of our favorite bands, The Skinny Limbs. This probably comes as no surprise to those who frequent our seasonal parties usually graced by a Skinny Limbs set. We chatted a bit with them to learn more about their music, life, and inspiration.