We’re stoked to announce our most recent collection ‘Forever 4 Wheels’ available on our web store and at select retailers. Launching in segments starting with tees and accessories then fleece and lastly a jacket project that we think everyone will be really hyped on. We’ll get more on that once we get all the sampling and photos wrapped up. Thanks for the support and stay tuned for more details.
Our main ideology here at The Foundry Clothing Co is to create unique products that have purpose and serve the needs of the creative lifestyle. This means working outside the boarders of the conventional and finding new ways to fashion the things that we surround ourselves with. This spring will mark our fifth year and we wanted to start it off by launching something special. The Compass Jacket is 100% construct at The Foundry headquarters using US made materials. The shell is comprised of a 10.10 oz water resistant waxed canvas that’s tough as nails. We used a 2-way YKK zipper for lifetime durability and finished with full metal hardware. This jacket is built to outlast and endure the elements that surround its user, to back that up we are including repairs for the lifetime of the garment. Every unit ships with a limited edition hoody commemorating the release.
Available in size S-XL in colors Black, Olive and Khaki.
We’ll have a full size run available for fit sampling at The Foundry Print Shop in Greenwood.
They’re going for $350.00 each with free shipping to anywhere in the US.
Employee Trevor Schy and friends rolled to Mission Ridge to check out the rail park. Filmed a little edit here, give it a watch.
Video by Garrett Read and Ford Sorita
We love beer here at The Foundry, we also like making things so what would come next other than making beer. Grab a Floundry IPA, kick back and let your ambitions settle to the bottom. Thanks Picobrew for letting us use your beer robot.
Check out Austin Fischer and friends most recent skate video for some fine Northwest ripping.
Good times at The Foundry booth this past weekend, we sold some samples and printed some collectable shirts to help raise money for the Zakes Foundation. The School of Rock students played a few covers from Epitaph Records, Quincy Quigg was on some live painting, team skater Anakin Senn rolled out in the street jam and Jason Rodriguez held it down at the booth. Big thanks to everyone for coming out in support! Looking forward to next year!
Learn more about the Zakes Foundation at Ezrocks.org
The Zakes Foundation was created by Brad and Nancy Zakes in memory of their son, Ethan Zakes who lost his life in 2011 to ALD at the age of 10. In his memory the Seattle/Bellevue skate community and it’s supporters will be hosting this event to benefit the establishment of state-sponsored newborn screening programs used to detect rare childhood diseases. The Foundry will be in support of this event all three days with a booth full of giveaways and good times. We will also be printing the collectable event tees available for sale at the information booth. Learn more about the event here – http://www.ezrocks.org/
The First Annual Tactics Am Jam took place this past weekend at the new WJ skatepark in eugene. We printed the shirts for the event and Foundry team skater Anakin Senn took 3rd place so we’re stoked!
Reid Edwards and Aaron Collins hold it down at the Loretta Nationals with a 2 place in Vet BC division.
Check out the article here
We wanted to take a second to introduce our new sewing set-up. The machine you see on the left is a post-bed, it’s ideal for sewing patches onto hats and relabeling small items. Another advantage to this piece of equipment is the top and bottom roller feed that allows for technical sewing on a variety of heavy fabrics including leather and laminated materials. The machine on the right is a flatbed sewing machine used for general commercial sewing applications. We’ll be using these machines to assemble The Foundry Clothing line as well as offering contract work to our customers. Stay tuned for more information as we get this portion of our operation up and rolling.