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Show Your Local Pride With Wear Boise
Wear Boise, creators of iconic Idaho logos (parachuting beavers, anyone?), offers the perfect fit for showing off your local status. "Don't just love your city, wear it" is the company's tagline, and that says it all.
Stop by Wear Boise's recently opened retail store at 9th Street and Idaho Street to pick up a Boy-See tee. The downtown location is the perfect spot to bring visiting guests, and a tee from the store will remind those visitors how to correctly pronounce the name of our capitol city. Get yourself an Idaho Beard hat for hitting the Greenbelt or Bogus Basin's slopes.Even the kids can get in on the action, with t-shirts available in children sizes.
If you aren't interested in clothing, but still want to rep Boise - then check out Wear Boise's totes, koozies and stickers. While those products are available online, you can stop by the store to see the home items that are also for sale. You can find Wear Boise products at other retailers, including Paperie + Pen and The Record Exchange.
Or just buy a non-local friend a souvenir to remind them what a great time they had when visiting our favorite city. Wear Boise has everything your City of Tree loving heart needs. We suggest not wearing it all at once, unless that’s the look you’re going for. Thinking Boise understands what it is to be a big fan of this great city.
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