Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Hockey Gift Guide Part Three: Apparel and Things
By Lisa Ovens
In part three of my suggestions, I went looking for some hockey inspired apparel, and came across some fun new looks for the hockey fan and/or player in your life.
But first, to briefly recap the guides...
Part One highlighted two artisans: Michelle Reaney of Thunderpeep Designs (the designer responsible for the look of my two hockey books) and her Polar Nights line of paper and fabric products imprinted with her original designs. And the other Artisan, Ann Carney, jewelry designer and creator of the FanBangle sports bracelets. To get the full story and see their work please click here for Gift Guide Part One.
Part Two covered the items available from my own Hockey & High Heels Collection, including the Two Book Set, VIP Badges and Hockey themed blank greeting cards. To see it all and do a little online shopping, please click here for Gift Guide Part Two. Please note, both hockey books are only available from the shop @ Hockeyandhighheels.com.
Fans of Vancouver Canuck/Team USA member, Ryan Kesler should know he has a line of sporty clothing, developed with a local Vancouver company, First Star. These aren't just clothes: they are wearable technology that happen to look pretty good.
Model RK-204 $59.99
Well, don't just buy him one pair!
Model RK 201 $21.99
For the complete Ryan Kesler RK17 line visit firststarsports.com. First Star Sports also has a local retail store in downtown Vancouver: 851 Hornby Street, 604-681-6828
Click here to check out She Plays Hockey online store
Granato's Gold $84
Choose red or blue
Girls Can't What? hockey player ornament $22.45
available online at girlscantwhat.com
So, now I'm hear to remind everyone that Girls Can Play Sports. They don't have to sit on the sidelines or be content with waving the pom poms. Girls, get busy and get into the game!! Okay, I'm off of my soap box. Thanks for listening :o)
Happy Holiday Hockey Shoppin'!