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The pixel theme of the ski and snowboard shop is echoed inside and out at the Fremont Collective.
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Evo’s menswear occupies the front of the warehouse and offers up some of the warmest coats to keep ski-lift riders nice and toasty, and stylish.
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The second floor houses the store’s ski and snowboard fixings, including bindings, boots, and other gear to keep the snow out.
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A customer peruses one of evo’s several aisles of snowboards.
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Evo’s women’s section offers a number of good-looking snow boot options, including a selection of Sorels.
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Plush sweaters and woolen coats take the edge off the winter winds.
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Local artist Jeff “Weirdo” Jacobson tapes off sections of his contribution to evo’s art gallery, which is an installment the Fremont team is bringing in from their first store.
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When we visited, Evo folks were setting up for Carson Henley’s afternoon concert on one of the three music stages. Evo marketing manager Chris Dickerson said the company's goal is to function as a community center for the city.
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The roof of the revamped warehouse is reminiscent of a raw skate ramp. But it's in the building's basement that All Together Skate, an indoor skate park, will open, hopefully by early 2013.
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Skate shoes, ready for those basement skaters.
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