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One of the coolest shops in Seattle just got a facelift and we helped hook up the makeover. evo, whose name is inspired by the idea of constantly evolving in both product and identity, recently opened up their new flagship store in Seattle, ushering in a new era for the retailer who sells ski, snowboard, wakeboard, skateboard and outerwear among other items. The new space features a bigger and yes, better selection of the all goods found in the previous location.
Check out evo Founder Bryce Phillips talking about the new Seattle store, the opening party, and what's next.
We at Skullcandy can relate to an evolving brand. From the original Skullcrusher and Ink'd to the Navigator and Aviator, like evo, we have come a long way and are proud to partner with shops that embody our ideals. So with the space in need of some sound effects, we pimped it out with a state of the art sound system throughout the entire store, giving evo the ability to host all types of events including movie premieres, dance parties and art shows.
The shop’s new location is so much more than just a store; it’s an art gallery, music venue, movie theatre and sanctuary for anyone looking for the “exception” in what a retailer should be. Conveniently located between Fremont and Wallingford in Seattle, it is home to a trained, passionate team of individuals there to make everyone’s experience unique and unforgettable. evo is a leading multi-channel brand that addresses the lifestyle and product needs for the urban, action sports enthusiast.
Home to two great local restaurants and Seattle’s only indoor skate park, a visit to the evo store has something for everyone. So after many years, a few different offices, lots of coffee, countless late nights, 100’s of powder days, and early morning sessions on the lake, they’ve recently opened a truly unique flagship space. Skullcandy is stoked to support evo's new hub with the supreme sound expereince. Congrats on the new digs guys!
For more info on upcoming events, rants and industry information visit their blog: culture.evo.com