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Our surf monkey logo is pretty darn cute so we thought why save it all for the adults? Why didn’t we think of this earlier? Our new baby onsies are adorable with the iconic green surf monkey on them. Even better yet? They are printed on organic cotton! They make perfect baby shower gifts or are sturdy enough for everyday wear and tear.
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They’re back! Who knew our trucker hats were so popular? We listened to what our customers had to say so we have stocked up on the mesh hats to keep the sun off your face yet keep your head nice and cool. Find them at the farmers’ markets or give our office a call and we will make sure to get you outfitted in style.
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Rainbow chard makes a gorgeous prop doesn’t it? The Generic Culture image is a classic old logo of ours that we wanted to keep around in one form or another. What better way than on a t-shirt! The graphics are printed on an organic cotton t-shirt that gets softer with each washing. There’s nothing like a soft, well love t.
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The Cows in the Mist logo is another brand of ours that is still in use today. It’s a great image and conveys a certain feel that is familiar to those who live on the Central Coast of California. The image is printed on an organic cotton t-shirt.
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Same as the t-shirt but in a soft and plush hoodie version. The images are printed on an organic cotton sweatshirt that is a joy to wear. Our old school Generic Culture logo on the back with our Route 1 logo on the front.
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Ditch the plastic! Why not use an organic cotton tote bag that you can use a million times. Our bag is nice and big with lots of room for farmers’ market veggies or anything else you need to carry around with you. Recognize the artwork? It’s none other than local artist, educator, surfer and veggie hawker, Dave Gardner. These bags have even made their way down to Ecuador and Guatemala!