Deso Supply has partnered with Huckberry an online shop and journal that inspires adventurous, outdoor lives, and introduced a capsule collection to its members
Online PR News – 23-August-2018 – Were humbled to announce that Deso Supply has officially teamed up with Huckberry, currently showcasing a capsule collection at a stand out price for the Huckberry loyalists.
With Huckberrys origins taking place on an infamous chairlift in Squaw Valley and Desos creative roots buried deep in Lake Tahoes surrounding wilderness, its only natural that the two companys paths collided.
Desos design process starts in Desolation Wilderness, visible from Squaws peaks, and eventually making its way right in Huckberrys backyard at the San Francisco based factory. Deso opted to support American made manufacturing to help lead the industry towards ethically produced apparel and chose San Francisco to accommodate a high level of visibility into the making of its semi-technical garments.
The 100% California made garments leave the hands of skilled sewers and seamstresses and travel the mere blocks to the new Huckberry headquarters where theyll start their journeys into the city streets and the wild backcountry.
The independent online retail site features both the Tamarack shirt featuring a heavyweight micro double-knit fabric in a tailored fitting button down and the and the Gefo Half-Zip Hoodie with it's super lightweight single-sided fleece in a variety of colors. These performance pieces were built to withstand the most spontaneous of excursions and were curated in small batches to guarantee authenticity in every thread. Whether your 5 oclock comes in the form of a draft beer at your local bar or an aluminum tumbler of whiskey around a campfire, these garments are designed to get you way there.
Be sure to check out the sale before its gone.
“With Huckberrys origins taking place on an infamous chairlift in Squaw Valley and Desos creative roots buried deep in Lake Tahoes surrounding wilderness, its only natural that the two companys paths collided.”