Our customers have discerning taste that changes constantly. So we make changes each season to make sure we have what you’re looking for. What’s trending now, and newly available at Shep’s? These and more:
Founded in the Pacific Northwest in 1993, KAVU has been around. We figure that if you’re going to do something for 20+ years you better love it. Fortunately, we do. Our wide range of men’s and women’s clothing, hats, bags, sunglasses, and accessories are crafted for what we call a KAVU Day - your version of the perfect outing, whatever it is that leaves you exhilarated and fully alive. We weave this feeling into everything we do. Durability and comfort is a big part of it, of course. Our gear is made to match your powerhouse pace. But we know all about style, too, and our outdoor-ready clothing brilliantly blends function and fashion so you can rough it up all day, then wash out the trail grit and wear it to your favorite watering hole that night – and look good doing it.
In 1990, Kühl® introduced the Jacquard jacket, our signature Euro-styled Polartec® fleece top that featured the first – the original – innovative thumb-loop cuff system and lightweight underarm gussets for comfort and optimal climate control. This top gained cult status in the outdoor community and went on to win the Polartec® Apex Award. More awards and devotees would follow as Kühl® continued to pioneer and produce. Kühl® is independently owned and financed and its ideas are inspired by the founders’ intrepid lifestyle and those with whom they share it. Kühl® currently designs and manufactures top-selling pants, shirts, and more found in the best outdoor retailers nationwide.
Pendleton has a long, colorful history in their well known shirts and blankets. You can see and feel the Pendleton passion for quality. See it in the intricate patterns of blankets inspired by Native American designs and legends. Feel it in the softness of the lightweight, luxurious 100% pure virgin wool clothing we produce. We’ve been a family-owned business for 150 years, and for 104 of those years we’ve been weaving world class woolens in our Northwest Mills. Our expertise and technology have grown over the years, and we have translated that experience into a host of other luxury fabrics. But our legacy of quality will never change. You can rely on a Pendleton for a lifetime of comfort and beauty.
Remember the green bottle your dad or grandpa always carried on fishing trips or on his way to work? It probably had a few scratches on it, may have even been dropped once or twice, yet despite the abuse, it always kept coffee hot… for hours. That’s the legendary Stanley bottle.
Today, the Stanley brand offers a wide range of superior food and beverage gear that fuels your adventures from work to play. Committed to our core pillars of durability, relevance and heritage, just as we have been for the past 100 years, we build products that are built to last. Designed to outperform and outlast even in the toughest conditions, we’re dedicated to a simple promise, buy Stanley products, and get quality gear, built for life.
The Stanley brand is headquartered in Seattle, WA, home of Mt Rainier and the birthplace of Jimi Hendrix. Surrounded by mountains, evergreens, and the Puget Sound, we live and breathe the outdoors and interlock our passion for the environment and community in everything we do. Our products are designed in Seattle, WA where research and development pioneers our innovative designs. Globally distributed, our products are ethically manufactured with our partner factories in Asia.
To learn more about Stanley’s parent company, Seattle-based Pacific Market International (PMI), click here.
The extraordinary journey of two friends, Jim Stott and Jonathan King, who were waiters, cooks and avid gardeners, has captured the interest of many and the loyalty of every employee. From the beginning, the company was based on ideals born out of Maine: unspoiled beauty, wholesomeness, a sense of community. It is a testament to the art of preserve making and the growing public interest in wholesome, quality and tasty ingredients. “If you really produce a high quality item, you’ll be successful.” That’s the secret according to Jim and Jonathan.
The demand soon outpaced the production capacity of the small cottage kitchen, so they purchased an old 1700s barn in Kittery, Maine which they renovated to become the company’s “headquarters” for a short couple years before they moved to an even larger space in York and renovated an old community grocery store. A buzzer announced customers in the retail area of the facility. All day long it would clamor: “buzz, buzz, buzz,” while Jim and Jonathan were busy mixing and pouring ingredients out back, packing boxes, and answering phones. Then someone mentioned they should attend the Fancy Food Show in NYC. Having never been to New York City, they literally were two fish out of the [Maine] water when they made their first appearance at the 1995 Fancy Food Show — a tradeshow that attracts 1,100 exhibitors and 36,000 buyers, the Oscars of the specialty food industry. But low and behold, Stonewall Kitchen brought home an unprecedented award for first time attendees: Outstanding Jam for Roasted Garlic Onion Jam and a second highest honor award, for Outstanding Product Line. They left NYC with 500 orders from retailers across the country.
Today, Stonewall Kitchen boasts more than 6,000 wholesale accounts nationwide, thriving catalog and web divisions, 11 retail Company Stores along the East Coast and a staff growing into the hundreds. The entire Stonewall Kitchen product line continues to be one of the most awarded in the industry year after year. Since 1995, Stonewall Kitchen has received 28 prestigious awards from the National Association of the Specialty Food Trade and has been awarded the coveted Outstanding Product Line Honors three times. The company continues to evolve ensuring its role as one of the country’s most acclaimed specialty food producers.
Chandler 4 Corners: Every day, I weigh what we do here at Chandler 4 Corners and whether we are holding fast to our core beliefs. And every day, I come to the same conclusion: Chandler 4 Corners is about life… and life styles. We accent homes with items loved in a quick moment then destined to become honored heirlooms. I believe this works because we are true to our own hearts. We all here at C4C live the lifestyles portrayed in our designs. We hike, ski, fish. We spend sunny afternoons on the lake (as often as we can!). We delight in families, dream of Santa, and of course, cherish our dogs. We celebrate the tender moment. We remember the past with a bit of nostalgia, but also a gigantic smile. We rejoice in the small, and the familiar
Saga winter outerwear: