Welcome again to our passion project... Wild Routed! Our hand-drawn illustrations printed on super soft graphic tees, rad stickers and bandanas. Our latest video :-) Thanks for helping us give back to the National Parks! De & John
I enjoyed doing “tree” while in my tree tee! Love the thought of it!
Great tee, great cause. Fast delivery, good communication, smooth transaction.
The only caution is you need to buy one size larger than usual for comfortable fit.
My grandson loves his long sleeved tee- it is soft and cozy. Doesn’t get pilled up after washing.
Love these stickers - great for a coffee travel mug too!
Love the design great to wear under a zip-up jacket.
Great quality t-shirt and better people.
I LOVE the idea of a sweatshirt with pockets and no hood! Next to impossible to find, but found it here. Combined with how soft the shirt is and the message... I might not take it off! My favorite sweatshirt.
My first of many Wild Routed shirts. Like the colors and feel of the shirt. This is a great message too.
I spend many hours a week on Zoom calls for work. This T-shirt always gets the most comments and it’s a fun story to tell. Love supporting local!
I bought this shirt as a reminder that this is a very strong message. I love how well it’s made and it holds size after multiple wears. Super soft is a bonus.
Planted in community with wings to wander...
Growing up in the Midwest found us trekking through the woods, spending time in the garden with family, and of course, sharing stories around a cozy campfire. These are some of our fondest memories.
Each hand-drawn design is a visual reflection of precious time spent with the people we love and the beautiful outdoor places we wander...
It's the little things in life that make it rich.
One of our favorite past-times is canning and baking with family. It's a great way to "share stories," relax and learn to keep food and make treasured recipies.
What are some of your treasured memories?
The Badlands of South Dakota. What a wide-open and cavernous landscape. June 2019. The Lakota people dubbed this region “mako sica,” or “badlands,” long ago because its rocky terrain, lack of water, and extreme temperatures made it difficult to traverse....
In 2019, we were at one of the cross roads in life. And, when you are at a cross roads, you want to take some time to make sure your'e choosing the right path. So, we got in the truck and...
"In all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt."
- John Muir, "Father of the National Parks"