- Pit+Paddock’s online shop launched in July 2022 with a warm reception and has continued to be an avenue for enthusiasts to support our brand’s ascent.
- The store launch was highlighted by a trio of t-shirts that borrowed artwork from Pit+Paddock’s popular poster series social media giveaways.
- With car season in full bloom, we are discounting our signature and poster series lines to allow more fans the opportunity to grab Pit+Paddock gear and make room for a Fall 2023 refresh.
From coast to coast, the warmer months mean one very important thing: it’s finally car season for all of us. For all of us who live in states with four seasons, this is a momentous occasion. We cram a year’s worth of cars and coffees, track days, garage hangs, and cruises into this narrow window. Regardless of where you live, the summer months mean our social media feeds are chock full of car-centric events every weekend. To celebrate, Pit+Paddock has put both its signature and poster series merch collections on sale for a limited time.
Our signature series is comprised of Pit+Paddock’s staples — a stacked logo t-shirt, a long-sleeve “bracket” t-shirt, and our logo hoodie. The lineup makes sure that, even when summer starts to cool off, you’ll be able to represent Pit+Paddock’s motorsport spirit with pride.
These staple offerings are far from basic; each of them are screened with Pit+Paddock’s commitment to detail in mind. The unisex logo crewneck is made from 100% combed cotton, features our logo mark on the back, and touts printed tags for warm weather comfort in mind. The unisex long sleeve t-shirt fits like a well-loved favorite and has our aforementioned logo mark emblazoned on front with smaller, Pit+Paddock logos on each arm.
The mid-weight hoodie takes everything up a notch with proud, Pit+Paddock branding across the chest area, a tonal drawcord, a subtle bracket logo on the right-arm, and a woven Pit+Paddock label on the kangaroo pocket.
This trio of direct-to-garment printed t-shirts lift some of our most popular, limited edition poster subjects — Brandon Miller’s RB-swapped 300ZX, Kenji Sumino’s turbocharged EF9, and Jonathan Grunwald’s FD RX7 — and put them front and center where they belong. Each colorful example allows enthusiasts to properly celebrate JDM car culture and the photographers behind the lens of each.
Just like the summer season, this sale won’t last forever. Be sure to snag yours before they’re all gone! Fall will usher in a brand new collection, so once these are sold out, they’re gone for good. Thank you to everyone for your support thus far. It’s been amazing to see us blossom from an online magazine into the taste-making, automotive marketing agency that we are today. More to come soon.