Based out of Kirkland (5/13/19 update: now Woodinville), Logo Unltd is a creative collective that produces customized promotional products and apparel. They offer a wide array of design techniques including embroidery, laser etching and engraving, heat transfer, dye sublimation, embossing, and progressive design services. The team at Logo Unltd can help you with projects of any size.

Over the past 119 years, Seattle-based Filson has worked with many significant industries and organizations, but one of its most cherished relationships has been with men and women who work in the woods. They have outfitted timber cruisers in the early 1900s and providing standard-issue uniforms for the U.S. Forest Service in the 1940s. This season, Filson celebrates this relationship with the introduction of a special line of limited edition products to help spread the message of one of its favorite outdoorsmen: Smokey Bear. 

Say goodbye to stinky synthetic clothing.

Ably’s 100% premium cotton shirts and hoodies shrug off water, stains, and odor so you can get into your dirtiest fun and still look and smell fresh. Go ahead, Nature Boy—camp for a week with only one shirt. Go for it, Gym Queen—work out for an hour on the elliptical and still smell like daisies. It’s time to think of all the stuff you can do with your time besides laundry.

Combatant Gentlemen, the vertically-integrated e-retailer is disrupting the menswear industry with 100% Italian wool suits starting at $160. Last month, they announced their partnership with Nordstrom for their newest Pop In@Nordstrom series, Heartbreakers II, led by the Seattle-based retailer’s VP of Creative Projects, Olivia Kim. The company will host an in-store event at the downtown Seattle Nordstrom on Friday and Saturday this week, March 4-5th. Additionally, the line will be available online at www.nordstrom.com/pop.

The owner of Windfall Lumber explains the importance of reclaimed wood.

All photos courtesy of Windfall Lumber.

Tumwater-based Windfall Lumber had been in business for nearly five years when Scott Royer, a Wisconsin-born transplant, purchased the company from its original owners in 2001. Under his leadership, Windfall has become one of the state’s leading providers of tables, countertops, wall