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There are many sensations in the world, but few like the Headband Cannabis strain. Known to transport your dome straight to cloud 9; this strain isn’t for the faint of heart. A truly heady experience that leaves one filled with wonder. This Snapback celebrates this staple strain with a classic monogram. Simple, subtle, and timeless. A good headband doesn’t need much, just a heady head to call home.
is a small Colorado-based company that started with a passion project: to design and craft some comfortable shirts that discreetly celebrate the cannabis community.
The imaginative names of the various strains – legends and new hybrids alike – were just asking to be depicted graphically, but we wanted something that didn’t scream, “Hey world, I smoke weed!” or “420”. We wanted shirts that were comfortable. We wanted shirts that were stylish. Basically, we wanted to create cannabis shirts that we would happily wear ourselves – at the grocery store, bar, or family dinner – without reservation.
We went through a long design phase before finding the right look: vintage, subtle, and with all strain references likely to be recognized only by those “in the know.” We spent just as much time on development, testing different materials and production methods to produce clothing of the highest quality. Our fitted T-shirts are soft to the touch, and our method of discharge printing – setting the pigment IN the fabric, resulting in a shirt with no raised ink – prevents the design from chipping or cracking, even after multiple washes.
When we say we are Colorado-based, we mean it – each shirt is hand screened with a craftsman’s care and precision in Rifle, Colorado, at 5,348 ft.
Black, Black & Grey, Blue, Grey, Navy & Red
We are a Colorado original with a passion to make your new favorite shirt. Offering classic and discreet style for those in the know. Each Strain Printed item is made using the age old technique of ink, silk screens and a steady-handed artisan.