Our own spin on the new “classic” trucker! Each hand-drawn design showcases the beauty of the great outdoors and provides groovy inspiration for all of your adventures. Ventilation? Sure. Wicking? Absolutely. But don’t try to go incognito—our Artist Series Truckers are wearable art sure to turn heads.
A patented chemical-free technology, Coolcore® is designed to keep you cool and comfortable in any temperature or condition, rapidly cooling and wicking moisture through regulated evaporation. Best of all, it won’t wash out over time.
Our patent pending StrechBack Sizing™ system combines classic snapback sizing adjustment with a little extra give that provides the perfect head-hugging experience. Try it on, we think you’ll love it.
MEET THE ARTISTS
Aya Morton is an illustrator who appreciates the multiple perspectives gained by different cultures and landscapes. A lover of travel and bygone eras, Aya’s work illuminates the romantic relationship between people and their environments.
Fueled by travel, music, coffee, fashion, and action sports, Jordan Ballard is a multidisciplinary designer and illustrator who resides and creates in the Pacific Northwest. Inspired by the intricate shadows of the imagination, Jordan spends late nights honing his craft and developing his unique style.
Inspired by outdoor adventures west of the Mississippi, Mimi Williams is a printmaker who works exclusively with linoleum cut block prints. After drawing and carving each print by hand, Mimi uses the back of a wooden spoon to make each impression.
CARLOS DEL RIO
Hailing from Mexico City, Carlos del Rio was formally trained in graphic design and illustration. Combining techniques of pointillism, ink, and watercolor, Carlos brings an unconventional approach to art and life.
Combining her childhood memories and love of nature with ideas from the kids in her neighborhood, Acacia Lacy’s designs evoke the boundless imagination and wonder of youth.
With flow as his guiding principle, Chris Herbst shares his love of the outdoors through his designs, teaching art, and creating surf and stand-up paddle boards in Southern Oregon.