Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Hoodies for the Holidays!

This year, surprise that powderhound or weather fan in the family with an authentic, top quality zip-up or pullover from Foot's Forecast!

  • Top quality: 50/50 Heavy Blend GILDAN Brand
  • Equal pricing: $26 for all adult sizes (XS up to 4XL)
  • Kid prices: $20 for children's sizes (Youth S, M, L)
  • Team colors: Epic BlueClassic BluePowderhound Purple
  • New options:  Field GreenForest Green, Chocolate, Black

26% discount for an approved photo of you or your family in a hoody purchased previously from our team! Contact us for details:

14% auto-discount if ordering 4 or more items.

How to buy: Place a quick order here via PayPal, or look over our online store at and purchase later when the store opens on Friday 11/29. All our products are locally screen-printed by our forecasters working at our East Baltimore partner Just Extreme Graphics. 

Giving Tuesday To support the "Bmore Gives More" movement for Giving Tuesday, we will donate $4 from each sale to two local volunteer service organizations that build civil society and improve life quality for all. 
  • Gather Baltimore: A Baltimore City based service organization that repurposes unsold fresh produce from the City Farmer's market (at the Jones Falls expressway) to local populations lacking access to healthy food choices. Learn more at
  • Decent Life VolunteersA Lancaster City based non-profit that helps coordinate and connect faith-based volunteers with existing disaster relief projects in the U.S., and also partners with global charities to develop life necessity services for communities in rural Kenya. Learn more at

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Revenue generated is directed to expenses of our website, for liability and legal needs, and to lend support to civil society organizations and charities.


Andy, Southern York County Pa said...

Happy "White" Thanksgiving from the hinterlands on the outskirts of civilization and at 1000 feet elevation! We may not have many neighbors, manners, or culture but we have snow and a pantry full of cases of Manwich from previous storms that never materialized.

After watching Man vs wild and other survival shows I felt that I was qualified to catch my own Thanksgiving dinner with my bare hands. After 20 minutes in the woods I got cold and hung it up deciding to go over good old moms house for Thanksgiving dinner.

Here is to a Happy Thanksgiving and a pantry emptying snow season.

ravensbbr said...

Don't feel bad, we struck out goose hunting both mornings. Sounded like they landed everywhere else both days...

Andy, Southern York County Pa said...

Hmmmm. First plowable snow next weekend? 4 plus inches with some frozen glaze to jump start the holiday spirit? Or maybe just spirits over ice? Time will tell.

ravensbbr said...

GFS showing it as two storms...need 'em both to track more coastal IMAAO (In My Absolutely Amateur Opinion)