Saturday Party Downtown: Bring Back the Brown SD!

Welp, if you don’t have plans for this Saturday…you do now. Our buddies over at Bring Back the Brown SD have outdone themselves yet again. Clean, classy, brown. These shades are sick. The kicker? Only $35. No brainer decision. I will be getting a pair for sure. Don’t have the spare cash? Man up and don’t got to Starbucks for about a week, and you’re set. We support this event not because we are getting paid to, we support it because these are good dudes, with good product, and an amazing cause. The San Diego Padres need an identity, and the blue, white, grey crap just isn’t cutting it. We want brown, bring it back. Here are the details for the festivities this Saturday.

We’re stoked to finally reveal the collaborative set we’ll be releasing with our San Diego friends over at Knockaround.

Each set is a numbered edition of 400, which includes a pair of the Bring Back The Brown Fort Knocks (frosted-brown frames with golden-yellow reflective lenses), an embroidered patch, custom-brown protective pouch, a numbered edition card, together with a couple other inserts making each individual set unique. All is packaged in a hand-screenprinted box, retailing for $35 per set.

Don’t miss out on the release party this Saturday, with our other good SD friends over at 5&A Dime (details below). We’ll be releasing the set in the PRDTetc™ eStore on Monday, August 1st at 3pm.

Knockaround x PRDTetc™ — Bring Back The Brown Fort Knocks Release Party
• Saturday, July 30th at 5&A Dime
• 1:30pm to 4:30 pm
• DJ, Drinks, Product
• Drink donations to benefit Williams Syndrome Association.

Post-Event Padres vs. Rockies Viewing Party at Level 9 Rooftop Bar & Lounge
• 5pm to close
• Free welcome shot or Karl Strauss beer between 5pm and 7pm if you’re wearing your Bring Back The Brown Fort Knocks.
• Located on the 9th floor of Hotel Indigo, San Diego

5&A Dime — 8th & G Street, San Diego
Hotel Indigo — 9th & Island, San Diego

For more information please visit: bringbackthebrown.com

Drink donations go to charity? That’s just unnecessary encouragement. Trouble is brewing downtown this Saturday. Time to get after it.

-bp

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