The ExPo Shirts and Howlers Are Back!

Winter is coming, and that means the holidays are right around the corner. Whether that means purchasing gifts for yourself or others, or just celebrating the approach of many great snow runs, this new shirt and howler are perfect for the occasion.

Our new design features a lightweight 50/50 blend of polyester and cotton that is both soft and durable. Wear it during summer for a cool alternative to heavier shirts, or use it in winter for a comfortable bottom layer beneath your jacket.

Quantities are limited, and our last batch sold out in 24 hours, so be sure to grab yours soon before they’re gone for good! Shirts are still available in large and extra large sizes, and are currently selling for $26 each in our store here.

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For road trips of all kinds, the Howler will quickly become your go to bottle. With enough room for several cups of liquid, you can easily load the howler up with hot cocoa for trail rides and winter fun, or fill it with your favorite beer or cider for some much needed warmth on cool nights. With vacuum insulation you’ll be able to share your supply with friends, or just keep it to yourself with the ability to keep things warm or cool for hours on end.

The MIIR howler is priced at $40 and is available here on our store. 

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