Hiking Clothing, Climbing Clothing, and Outdoor Clothing
Clothing dates back to the early stone ages when female dinosaurs wore women's athletic shirts, women's pants and sometimes even men's casual clothing. We're not judging lady-dinosaur.
When the weather started changing, so did the dinosaurs' imagination and clothing and apparel style. Soon, the dinosaurs were wearing men's athletic pullovers, women's cardigans, women's long sleeves and men's hoodies. Who would've thunk that dinosaurs would revolutionize the weird little loin cloths pre-historic men and women wore?
The trend continued to spread all over the world. Men's and women's apparel by brands like the North Face, Patagonia, Marmot and Arc'Teryx were selling like hot cakes! Everyone wanted to be wearing clothes for men and clothes for women. Cotton shirts, polyester pullovers and rain resistant shorts –– men's and women's athletic apparel was a drug and the nation was addicted.
Enter Moosejaw, caught up in the hoopla, grabbing everything we can get our hands on. No women's tops, women's bottoms or women's underwear will be left behind.
I'm really sorry about that incredibly fictional story. I really like dinosaurs, especially the stegosaurus, and men's, women's and kids' clothing. One thing led to the other, and, well you saw. Please don't say anything. I will tell you one thing, these are the clothing brands I like 2nd best after the stegosaurus.