Coloradical Gets a Brick and Mortar Location and New Line of Shirts

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Coloradical, the original clothing brand of the Colorado lifestyle, opened its first brick and mortar shop on October 12 in the city where it all started —t he local business' hometown.

The four-year-old company ,created by Denver resident Adam Sikorski, offers a line of American made and locally produced, Colorado-inspired T-shirts, hats and accessories that has generated a noteworthy following around the state and country. What began wholly as a DIY start-up has grown into a Denver mainstay that demanded the need for a permanent location.

The store will join established creative residents The Shoppe, Big Hairy Monster and GroundSwell Gallery on the 3100 block of East Colfax Avenue at the corner of St. Paul Street. Among other goodies, you can find a fresh line of shirts recently run by A Small Print Shop.


Love it. So refreshing to see things like this that don't just rely on cliché or just slap that dumb red blue and yellow c on a shirt.


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