Monday, October 22, 2012
On October 19th, the BC Lions rocked out the dome in some awesome pink gear and, in the process, clinched first place in the Western Conference with a win over the Edmonton Eskimos. The pink gloves, shoes, and clothing are all part of a CFL initiative to raise awareness for Breast Cancer. The Lions looked especially dapper on the sidelines with the stylish LC-produced tees below. You can get you hands on some great pink merchandise at an upcoming home game or by visiting the Lions official on-line store. Go pink and go Lions go!!!
Posted by Lower Case HQ at 11:20 AM
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Tomorrow night, Canadian musician Jesse Giddings kicks of a stretch of tour dates with Marianas Trench and Down with Webster. Not only will the BC native be showcasing some catchy new tunes, he'll also have some stylish new LC-produced merch on display. Be sure to check out the sales booth at one of his upcoming shows (visit his website for the complete list of tour dates) and, when you do, tell them we sent ya (because we find concert merchandise staff usually love that sort of thing).
Posted by Lower Case HQ at 9:48 AM
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
This fall, Canadian pop stars Hey Ocean! are on the road spreading some great tunes and equally fantastic merch. We're especially fond of the latest LC-produced tee that features a reverse mermaid (you know, fish upper body and human lower body), a catchy Hey Ocean! logo, and the ever-popular german phrase, "HAST DU DEINE BADEHOSEN MITGEBRCHT" (which loosely translates to: have you brought your swim trunks). When it comes our turn to be asked that question, we will emphatically reply, "yes, yes we have brought them". And, of course, we will have.
Posted by Lower Case HQ at 12:39 PM
Monday, October 1, 2012
This month, our friends at Grouse Mountain are sporting some new arrivals from LC. In plenty of time for the coming ski & snowboard season, the stylish tees are now available in the Grouse Mountain Outfitters store. Although it might go without saying, we think nothing will get you ready for the season better than a new T-shirt. The only thing that will get you more prepared, perhaps, is buying two.
Posted by Lower Case HQ at 2:01 PM