Socks! Look good! Feel awesome! Help animals!

This from teammate and sock-guru Andrew (thanks fella!):

English Cycles and Handlebar Mustache have collaborated on a limited edition run of socks with all profits benefiting the Willamette Animal Guild (W.A.G.).  This nonprofit organization provides low cost or free veterinary services in Lane County, Oregon. Look great, feel great and help save the animals.

These limited edition socks will be released on Black Friday, November 24th, 2017 on www.hbstache.com and retail for $17.

The owners of both companies are passionate about animals and vegan to boot, so this collaboration was a natural fit. These impeccably designed socks are made in the U.S.A., and the profits go directly to helping animals. It’s the best $17 you can spend.  If you buy 2 pairs, HBStache will donate an additional pair to a homeless shelter.

English Cycles, owned by Rob English, specializes in custom steel bicycle frames.  Located in Eugene, Oregon, English Cycles focuses on precision engineering to meet the needs of each customer. His work gained accolades from the North American Handbuilt Bike Show, and the Bespoke UK bicycle show. He and his wife Misha are vegan, and their property serves as an animal sanctuary for chickens, cows, ducks, dogs, cats, guinea pigs and whoever else needs a forever or foster home. Their unabiding love for animals is reflected in everything they do.

Brett and his wife Ashley brought a deep passion for cycling with them when they started Handlebar Mustache (HBStache).  The company combines design, premium quality and a love for cycling at any level. They have created a unique brand of socks and t-shirts that will very quickly become the only item of importance in your closet. On top of being vegan, adopting dogs from shelters, and riding copious amounts of bicycles, Brett and Ashley believe it is a moral obligation to help others.  HBStache brings a uniqueness to your cycling kit not only in premium quality and design, but your purchase gives back to our community; and that is an inarguably good thing.

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