One of the definitions of "crew" at Dictionary.com says: a company; crowd. Or slang: a clique or group of people.
Many folks around here, including myself, often use the word crew. For example:
A crew of people were at the beach the other day.
We had a crew over for drinks.
Our crew is going to the dance.
When I was doing concepts of some new Cape Breton designs, "Cape Breton Crew" paired with my Captain Cape Breton design became a quick favourite for most. When I'm in concept phase I write down and mockup anything and everything that comes to me. Actually, I keep a lot of notes (on my phone and paper), so I usually check back through those notes before designing. I guess I had written the line "Cape Breton Crew" in my notebook but it makes sense, because this is a phrase I used when I posted a photo of some of our (mini) Cape Breton crew on social media a while ago. My daughter, nephew and 2 god daughters were posed on and around a hammock with me at my daughter's birthday.
The idea behind this tee is to celebrate the social culture of Cape Breton Island. Not to generalize, but most of us are a fairly social bunch, enjoy the company of other people, have a visit... and whether you live in Cape Breton year round, part of the year, or visit once in a while, quite often there is a crew in Cape Breton to do your thing with. It's a pretty awesome feeling!
Adult tees - unisex
Ladies tanks, t-shirt hoodie (sold out) and vNecks
For those of you who prefer the original (Captain Cape Breton design) with no words on it, I will have some of those too : )
See you at Quincy Market POP UP
Thursday, August 3, 11 am to 3 pm
Quincy Street Market, Inverness, Nova Scotia
15876 Central Avenue (next to the NSLC)
Youth tees $20
A crew at Broad Cove concert 2017
crew tee $30 / Captain Cape Breton tee $25
A beer on Inverness Gathering Parade Day...the best. Amanda and Briagha were the first to get their Cape Breton Crew clothing. Supportive family 😀 Hooded tee $40 - sold out but you can order from me. Ladies Tank $25