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007: Tees Now Available!


Thanks to you! Tees now available!

Organic cotton - Made in Los Angeles, CA


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006: A Moment with Ryan Abernathy

Every once and awhile you meet someone that really stands out from the crowd, is authentic and passionate, a true family man and really strives to make an impact in the world. Those words don’t even begin to describe how good of a person he is. He also happens to be one of the funniest dudes we know. We have been super fortunate (and really lucky) to be able to work with Ryan Abernathy – also known as @cruiserlifestyle. We’ve only known him a few short months, but he’s become one of our good friends and is an unbelievable addition to the Amōs family.
He’s been a major part in helping us get our brand into people’s hands. He’s also worked with many start-up companies, really bringing them to a whole new level. He has been an amazing ambassador for our brand and what we believe in. We can’t thank him enough.
If you aren’t following him on Instagram you’re not only missing out on his incredible daily photos, but his insanely encouraging quotes and stories he posts as well. Give him a follow and let him take you on all his crazy adventures.  He's also going to launch his website soon: Oh yeah, he’s a 30 year old that still acts like a kid, and we think it’s cool as hell.
We recently had a chance to ask him a few questions and go behind the scenes.  Read on to get a glimpse into Ryan’s life.  We also have some cool collaborations in the works so stay tuned!  All photos featured below were taken by him.

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005: A moment with Taylor Burk

Meet Taylor Burk. He’s super talented, super outgoing, and an insanely creative photographer that we’ve been lucky enough to work with. He’s taken our goods all over the Canadian Rockies, flipped a kayak, and snapped some really sick photos along the way.
Be sure to follow him on Instagram to check out all his inspiring work. He also just launched his website:  All photos shown here were taken by the man himself.

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