Longshot in the news
Seattle Magazine. January, 2012.
For designer Mark Tindall, the “big and tall” section in menswear only works halfway...(full story)
KING 5 New Day Northwest. December 22, 2011.
See Longshot standing tall on New Day Northwest with host Margaret Larson.
KOMO 4 News. November 28, 2011.
Check out our own Sally Bjornsen talking tall on Seattle's KOMO4 News with two of our favorite models; Jacob Galloway and Christopher Vaughan.
Slam. September 21, 2011.
Height has always been at the heart of basketball. It’s something that teams always want and players always hope for, all for a simple reason: being tall makes it easier to play basketball. But as easy as on-the-court life can be for a 6-8 man, it can be just as difficult off...(full story)
Playboy. June 17, 2011
Being tall sometimes isn’t easy. Standing out in a crowd, being mistaken for a NBA player, having to duck before entryways, not being able to hear what your shorter friends are saying, struggling to find clothes that not only fit but are stylish—these things happen when you’re tall... (full story)
Seattle Times. March 4, 2011
Local company Longshot Apparel has the perfect fit for the long and lanky guy. The mission statement on the new Longshot Apparel website reads like a love letter to the long and lanky: “We believe a guy doesn’t have to be big to be tall..." (full story)
Springwise. February 9, 2011
"Clothing and shoe sizing is notorious for targeting averages, leaving consumers with less-than-standard proportions to fend for themselves..' (full story)
Seattle Magazine. February 4, 2011
Standing tall in Seattle. Great to get noted by our local Seattle Magazine.
Thrillist. February 2, 2011
"Started by generously heighted former execs from Microsoft, Nike, and Adidas, this Seattle-based gear co. is slinging actually good-looking tailored button downs for dudes that are tall..." (full story)
PSFK. January 18, 2011
"Everyone knows one. It might be the younger brother whose growth spurt just won’t finish, the boss who stands almost intimidatingly high, or the best friend with minor pro-basketball aspirations..." (full story)