Sauce Headwear Kicks Off the Spring with a Free Logo Promotion

FasterSkierMay 25, 2010

Sauce Headquarters, Canmore, AB & Bozeman, MT – Sauce, the headwear provider for many ski teams and clubs across North America, is offering a free logo promotion on all custom orders placed before June 30th.

Founded Canadian x-c skiers, Sauce Headwear has gone against the grain of conventional winter headwear, combining function, comfort and style, into four essential pieces for the winter/cold weather athlete.

“I know that the winter is a long season, and people don’t usually want to think about their team uniforms until they’ve had a break,” acknowledges Shayla Swanson, of Sauce headwear, “but with early orders we can guarantee product availability.  We hope that by offering a promotion on logos we can get people to think about their team headwear now.”

Although Sauce headwear originated in the nordic ski world, their ‘Hot Toppings for Cold Weather’ have received rave reviews from cyclists, backcountry skiers, runners and rowers, to name a few.

“We would like to increase our presence in these other sporting communities and would welcome team orders from sports other than skiing.” says Swanson.  “We know that nordic skiers usually take part in other sports in the off season and hope that people who love our product will spread the word!”

Sauce Headwear can apply a full color logo to any of their available products and offers discounted Team/Club pricing with low minimum quantities.

Visit their website for more information about Sauce products and the logo promotion. New colors and prints will be available for the 10/11Season.  Contact Sauce to see a catalog and pricing information.

Sauce Headwear (formerly SOS Headwear) was founded in 2003 by Canadian x-c ski racers.  Frustrated with other headwear they had have worn in the past, Sauce founders set out to make products that weren’t too hot, too itchy or too ugly.  Sauce Headwear specializes in Hot Toppings for Cold Weather TM.


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