Show your Richmond District pride with a t-shirt, sweatshirt, mug… even a doggie snuggie!
The The Western Neighborhoods Project sells fun Richmond District logo’d gear on their website. They’ve got an assortment of t-shirts (men’s & women’s), sweatshirts, bags and the ubiquitous coffee mug. The logo design is a vintage picture of 18th & Geary – you can see the Alexandria movie sign and the trolley car in it (click here for a closeup). The back side includes the WNP name and website address, http://www.outsidelands.org.
Prices range from $15.99 for a mug to $39.99 for the hooded sweatshirt. And the profits go back into the Western Neighborhoods Project whose mission is to preserve the history of San Francisco’s west side.
Gear is available for several other western neighborhoods and landmarks as well: Playland, Sunset District, Sunnyside, Westwood Park, OMI (Ocean View, Merced Heights and Ingleside), and Clement Street 1907 (vintage photo of 6th & Clement). See all the items available in the Outsidelands shop.
Wear a bit of Richmond District history around the neighborhood with these fun graphic tees from Gangs of San Francisco, a one man operation out of the Outer Richmond. The site features t-shirts for Richmond District landmarks of the past like Sutro Baths, Playland-at-the-Beach amusement park, and Beer Town (plus other city history). All designs are silkscreened on 100% cotton American Apparel t-shirts. T-shirts start at $30 and are available in both men’s and women’s sizes.
Show your pride by wearing your favorite Richmond District Muni line! Designed by San Franciscan Walter Koning. Visit munishirts.info to pick up shirts for the 1 California, 2 Clement and 31 Balboa. Shirts are $20 each. The designer also offers tees for the 18-46th Avenue and 38 Geary lines in his cafepress.com store.