Tees (Not Ties) For Your Southern Dad

June 7, 2015 | By | Comments (0)

No tie can compete with these tees.

The Landmark Project t-shirts, designed and produced by South Carolina printhouse DAPPER INK, are burning a path to southern retailers. They are instant wardrobe staples, beloved by dads of all ages.

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Owners Matt and Jen Moreau (and their team at DAPPER INK) design around places they love– near them– like the Appalachian Trail, the Great Smokey Mountains, Pisgah National Forest, Table Rock, Lake Jocassee, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Jones Gap.

 

Each design starts as a hand drawn story of time well spent in the wilderness. The classic illustrations offer a modern take on the golden age of travel. 946253 10151712047144443 1627464560 n e1433698413442 Tees (Not Ties) For Your Southern Dad

Pliable, ring-spun cotton creates a perfectly draped tee that’s not too short nor overly boxy, making Dad one dapper guy (couldn’t resist the pun).

Find The Landmark Project tees at specialty retailIMG_2800ers such as Mast General Stores and Half Moon Outfitters or order one direct from the website: thelandmarkproject.com.

“Designed and printed by outdoor enthusiasts” at $25 it’s a steal of a gift for husbands, sons or an in-law this Father’s Day.

And, if Dad’s got a sardonic streak consider DAPPER INK’s top selling tee, affectionately called The Bear around Greenville.

 

1017383 10152194460854443 611700196 n Tees (Not Ties) For Your Southern DadVisiting Upstate, SC this summer? Make a stop at DAPPER INK located in the trendy Stone-Hampton neighborhood of downtown Greenville: 207 Wade Hampton Blvd.

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