Last year we brought you the Homefield 12th Man Sweatshirt. Last week, Nube9's eco-friendly Beast Tank. But after Sunday's truly unbelievable game, we figured it's time to go all-in on getting Seahawk'd.
Here are five more ways to shop local and score with Super Bowl–ready wares from around town.
Oh, Richard Sherman. We can only hope for another year of watching his impassioned post-win rants on repeat. Root on Sherm and the Legion of Boom with this supersoft sweatshirt or tee ($24–$52) designed by local artist Derek Erdman, available at Cairo starting this Saturday. Enjoy free shipping on pre-orders through Sunday, January 25, and receive your top before the Big Game.
The Laura Britt Shoes unisex 'Stadium' sneakers ($64) are festive, comfortable, and designed in Leavenworth. You'll see them on the Hawk's Nest staff, and can pick up a pair at Clementine. Most importantly, though, a percentage of sales goes to benefit research for fibromuscular dysplasia, a vascular disease suffered by Laura Britt founder (and one of the nicest people you'll ever meet), Helen Little.
Continuing the theme of charitable fandom, Glassybaby introduced two limited-edition Seahawks votives ($75 each). As a bonus, these pieces aren't so in-your-face sportsmanly that they can't live on the bookshelf in the offseason as well. Ten percent of sales benefit the Seahawks Women's Association, working to support area women and children.
(Don't forget, Glassybaby's Seconds Sale is this weekend at the new SoDo warehouse.)
One time I actually Googled, “what does one wear with a sports jersey?” Luckily, local designer Masha Osoianu has solved that search in the form of her 'Champions' double-cuff bracelet ($130). The piece is currently 12 percent off in celebration of the Super Bowl; order online to have it shipped or meet up with Masha for local pickup.
Locally made tote bags from Glittersweet are a great Hawk-mom accessory. Crafted from sturdy upholstery vinyl, the shimmery totes ($58–$92) wipe clean for easy bag maintenance after the kids' football practice, summer beach visit, or the occasional celebratory beer spill.