Fromme Tees in Store

Date Jul 5, 2013

That’s Fromme which rhymes with loam. We started riffing on shirt ideas and then got carried away and one shirt became two. The black shirt – Rolling – displays trail names that anyone who has ever ridden our favourite mountain will surely recognize. Just reading the shirt (or wearing it) makes us smile.

The grey shirt – we’re calling it Relics – boasts the names of trails that have become unrideable for one reason or another. Some started to decompose when the builder moved away, others were closed by decree and others still have died of natural causes. Some of us remember them fondly though and this shirt is an ode; a chance to memorialize the radness of the builders and riders who made the magic happen.

Two Fromme (rhymes with loam) shirts. Black = Rolling. These are trails you could ride tomorrow. Grey = Relics. These are trails that aren't currently tidy and rideable. Call them trails from the glory days of skinny and elevated.

Two Fromme (rhymes with loam) shirts made with American Apparel tees – $24.95. Black = Rolling. These are trails you could ride tomorrow. Grey = Relics. These are trails that aren’t currently tidy and rideable. Call them trails from the glory days of skinny and elevated.

We’re quite happy with the result and we’re sure you will be too. We’ve also got stock of the black Logo tee and the purple Spiral tee, as well as hats and socks.


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wa90
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wa90  - July 8, 2013, 5:02 p.m.

Cue Expresso/Espresso discussion.

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jimmiesfox
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jimmiesfox  - July 5, 2013, 8:54 p.m.

if you had mentioned 'leppard' in the old grey version, i would have had to buy one……..j.leppard

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morgman
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Morgan Taylor  - July 7, 2013, 1:49 p.m.

Leppard would have gone on the black shirt 🙂

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jimmiesfox
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jimmiesfox  - July 8, 2013, 3:37 p.m.

morgman, you are right. the trail fits the black description better. at 57, i just relate to 'relic' better. i guess seventh is there in black already, but the original leppard line incorporated more of seventh than currently signed and mapped, but its known as seventh. may need to get one of those tees anyway. great concept, and due recognition to those trails and builders back in the day.

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