They say if you want something done right, you've gotta do it yourself, and they aren't just talking about HJs. Proving said axiom also applies to clothing: Casual Industrees.
Conceived by two brothers snowboarding at Baker who decided to make their own gear because everybody else's looked the same, Casual's latest is a colorful all-graphic-tee drop that aggressively reps Washington, and takes its cues from a senior thesis one of its founders wrote claiming you could succeed by pushing uniquely local products, as evidenced by Seattle's Best Coffee's success selling Seattle's sixth best coffee. The core of the spring line's inspired by Seatown sports, including a Pilots joint aping the winged nautical-wheel logo of Seattle's first pro team, another that turns the Mariners old-school trident into the latter half of NW; plus there's Sonics numbers like Robbed, which replaces the team name under their old-school skyline/basketball logo, and Hoops Burglar that pastes the Hamburglar's hat and mask onto a particularly unflattering picture of Clay Bennett (just kidding, they're all unflattering). More generically NW-inspired pieces range from Johnny Tree, featuring a silhouette of the city over the outline of a plaid evergreen tree, to two takes on their signature WA Brah design that rocks an outline of the state and rays of light emanating from a ninja in Walla Walla who, having spent time there, won't be assassinating anyone but himself.
Casual's also taking on local politics with the Jay-Z-referencing 99 Problems where the number 99's superimposed over a picture of the highway's Alaskan Way Viaduct, which you'd probably fix if you didn't already have enough problems to handle yourself and a bridge ain't one.