It's officially warm sock weather, and for us that means our favorite styles of Richer Poorer and NBA socks are in stock. Seasonal colors for work and always classic Blue and Gold for Warrior's games. Check them out in-store!
Before the game begins the Warrior's now-famous shoot around is always fun to watch. Back in the day the pre-game was also a fun way to watch your favorite players goof around. The best part though was the shooting shirts, a little more dressy and less performance oriented than a jersey. Check out our latest vintage piece, based on the Warriors 1970's shooting shirts, available in-store only. .
Another one of our local tees, this time featuring the Saints! The Saints were part of the upstart competitor to the NBA: the ABL. They eventually left San Francisco to become the Oakland Oaks . Unfortunately the ABL folded after one year, but it left one of the greatest legacies to basketball, the three point line. I can only imagine Oakland Oaks players dreaming of shooting threes like Steph.
If you know our stores, we stick with what guys like. Blue and grey have always been staples so we've been updating our best graphics to be on navy and light navy tees, printed locally on super soft Alternative Apparel tees. Check them out at the online shop!
Check out the finished product of our latest obsession. The Oakland Oaks Basketball team was a short lived ABL team that moved from San Francisco to Oakland in hopes of escaping competition from the NBA's San Francisco Warriors. With the Warrior's latest jerseys paying tribute to The Town, we though we'd give Oakland some love as well. Check it out at our Online Shop!
Escaping competition with the San Francisco Warriors (Golden State now) the San Francisco Saints, moved to Oakland and changed their name to the Oakland Oaks. Similar to the Seals Baseball team when the Giants came to town. Unfortunately the league folded after one year, but it left one of the greatest legacies to basketball, the three point line. I can only imagine Oakland Oaks players dreaming of shooting threes like Steph.
We can't stop printing bear shirts. This is our third this year, a simple bear on a navy tee. Can't get more classic than that. Check it our at our online shop, and see that we are doing all of our Jack's Collection tees with local printers on sustainable tees from Alternative Apparel.
1946 was a bad year to start a Negro league team, but for one year, San Francisco was home to the Sea Lions. Their story starts with free uniforms from a amateur team that had a bear cub as their logo, then being led by a kick-ass woman player, and ends with the integration of MLB. African American players were joining professional teams and the Negro American League was defunct by 1949. A very cool piece of San Francisco baseball history, check them out at our online shop!
We're trying out some new colors of our favorite tees. Because when we look out at the sea of logos and graphics we always come back to our classics. Printed locally on super soft alternative apparel tees. Check them out at the online shop!
Funky socks have gone from cool gift, to must have, to wardrobe classic. Here are some of our favorite styles from our favorite sock purveyor: Richer Poorer.
JACK'S @ North Beach
1422 Grant Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94133
11 AM to 6:30 PM
JACK'S @ Chestnut Street
2275 Chestnut Street
San Francisco, CA 94123
10:30 AM to 6:30 PM