FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS $100+

0

Your Cart is Empty

5 Things You MUST Do Before Summer Ends

5 Things You MUST Do Before Summer Ends

August is wrapping up, which means we’re looking towards fall, football, and pumpkin spice. Even though we recently came out with a new fall collection, we are not quite ready for summer to end. In the spirit of cramming all of our summer bucket list to do’s into these last few weeks of the summer sizzle, here are 5 things you must do before summer ends:

1. Host a cookout (or BBQ).

Is it called a cookout or a barbeque? Whichever you refer to it as, this is one summer tradition that is a MUST before we move into fall. Grab some burgers and your favorite brand of hot dogs and fire up the grill! Make it a party with all your family and friends, but don’t forget to have Aunt Sally make her famous pasta salad! September is creeping near, but it’s still grilling season as far as we’re concerned.

2. Explore the city on a scooter.

By now if you are not familiar with the rideshare electric scooters that are available for rent in just about every major city, you probably don’t live anywhere close to one. We use these scooters to ride to different lunch spots around the office… it’s a quick and fun way to get around! Despite one incident that involved a front flip over the handlebars on our way to Taco Tuesday, these are our go-to method of transportation.

Scooters are the perfect way to explore a city with family and friends. You can see so much more than if you walk, and there is no stress of circling the block for a parking spot. We definitely recommend exploring your local city by electric scooter before the temperatures drop… it’s a summer MUST!

3. Beach trip!



No summer is complete without at least one beach trip! Grab those beach chairs and that same umbrella you’ve had for years and head to your nearest beach! Need a comfortable shirt to help you get into beach modeWe’ve got you covered. Just don’t forget to pack some sunscreen… or your fun in the sun will later turn into some painful regrets. 

4. Check out your nearest amusement park.

 

The amusement parks will be closed for the winter in the not-so-distant future, so make sure you squeeze at least one day trip in before they close! Whether you love roller coasters or are too scared to ride them, amusement parks always provide a day full of thrills, laughs, and good eats meant for your cheat day (like yummy funnel cakes). Need some magical castle attire for your trip? We have an entire collection full of it!

5. Take a hike up your nearest mountain or nature trails.

Enjoy the beauty of nature while the weather is still warm with a hike up your nearest mountain or nature trails! This is the perfect way to get your steps in while having fun and enjoying the relaxing calmness of Mother Nature. Make sure you wear a soft, comfortable t-shirt for your expedition, like one of these in our hike collection.

We still have a few weeks left of summer, so go make the most of it! 




Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.

SIZING

The Home T is a ultra-soft, ultra-comfy unisex T-shirt that will be one of the most comfortable shirts you've ever owned. Exchanges are no fun for anyone involved, so we’ve created this page to try and help you get the perfect size.

Find your chest size below to help you get the right fit.

ADULT SHIRT SIZING

Chest width:

    • XS: 30 – 32 inches
    • S: 34 – 36 inches
    • M: 38 – 40 inches
    • L: 42 – 44 inches
    • XL: 46 – 48 inches
    • XXL: 48 – 50 inches

Feel free to review the photos below of a man and woman trying on their correct size, as well as one size too large. He is 5′ 10″ and weighs 175 lbs, and she is 5′ 7″ and weighs 130 lbs.

Man in Medium (correct size)

Woman in Extra Small (correct size)

Man in Large (too big)

Woman in Small (too big)

ADULT HOODIE SIZING

Chest width:

  • XS: 31" - 34"
  • S: 34" -37"
  • M: 38" - 41"
  • L: 42" - 45"
  • XL: 46" - 49"

YOUTH SIZES

The following description is not an approximate view of a child's size, but is meant to provide you with some direction. If the 10 year old size appears to be too small, go with an adult extra small.

2 Year Old

31 - 34 pounds, 32 - 36 inches tall, 21 inch chest (Measure under arms around the fullest part of the chest.)

4 year Old

35 - 41 pounds, 36 - 40 inches tall, 22 inch chest (Measure under arms around the fullest part of the chest.)

6 Year Old

42 - 45 pounds, 40 - 43 inches tall, 23 inch chest (Measure under arms around the fullest part of the chest.)

8 Year Old

49 - 52 pounds, 48 - 50 inches tall, 26 inch chest (Measure under arms around the fullest part of the chest.)

10 Year Old

54 - 62 pounds, 51 - 54 inches tall, 27 inch chest (Measure under arms around the fullest part of the chest.)