It’s no secret, Coloradans love to wear as many state flags, Manning jerseys, and mountain-themed apparel items as possible. 303 Day, an unofficial state holiday to celebrate all the things we love about this state of ours, is the perfect day to bust out all of our favorite Colorado gear. We have partnered with Channel 93.3 and Illegal Pete’s to make sure you get the most out of this holiday by giving out free chips and queso or a cup of Pablo’s coffee to everyone who shows up at Illegal Pete’s on March 3 wearing Colorado gear. Channel 93.3 will be airing live from the University of Denver location with great music, food, comedians and more whereas 303 Magazine will post up at the South Broadway location. For the full lineup of performers, go here.

This 303 Day, we are looking beyond the standard Colorado wear to find the top locally-sourced clothing items to best show our state pride. Here, we have a list of 10 of our favorite pieces to help you show your die-hard love for Colorado with as much style as possible:

Hail Peyton tee

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Abstract, Indy Ink. Photo by Romeo Fernandez. Models: Drew Hartley (left), Jordyn St. Vrain (right).

Where: Abstract, the newly established boutique at Indy Ink, is all about bringing edgy Colorado wear to its customers. Shop the look online or visit the store at 84 S. Broadway. 

What: Hail Peyton tee and Mile High jersey tee. Go here to see a video of the 303 Magazine photo shoot.

Sopapillas tee

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Local Standard Co tee. Photo by Romeo Fernandez.

Where: Abstract boutique at Indy Ink. Shop the look online or visit the store at 84 S. Broadway. 

What: Who doesn’t love a night at Casa Bonita? This Sopapillas Only tee reminds us to stay away from everything but the sopapillas at Casa Bonita— no truer words have ever been spoken.

Stay Outta Denver Hoodie + Denver Skyline Hat

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Abstract, Indy Ink. Photo by Romeo Fernandez.

Where: Abstract  boutique at Indy Ink. Shop the look online or visit the store at 84 S. Broadway. 

What: For all of us born and bred locals, this hoodie is a perfect statement piece for those days when you are stuck remembering when the traffic was lighter and rent was cheaper.

Colorado Against the World Hat + Coordinates Jacket

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Abstract, Indy Ink. Photo by Romeo Fernandez.

Where: Abstract  boutique at Indy Ink. Shop the look online or visit the store at 84 S. Broadway. 

What: One of our favorite brands, Colorado Against the World, produces clothing items that declare the wearer’s love and pride for the CO. Their hats, as seen here, are a perfect way to shade the sun and add some attitude to your look. The jacket has Denver’s coordinates across the back is a simple statement piece keeping you connected to this incredible city of ours.

Pro Tip: Head to our Instagram to enter to win this hat on 303 Day (March 3).

Belong Designs’ Snow Jacket

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Belong Designs

Where: Belong Designs. Shop the look here

What: Remind all the vacationers at the slopes who really runs these mountains with this Colorado flag snow jacket.

Coloradical Beanie

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Coloradical hat, photo by Kyle Cooper.

Where: Coloradical, 3109 E Colfax Ave, Denver, Shop the look here.

What: Stay cozy during the next snowfall with Coloradical’s colorful line of knitted beanies and other colorful Colorado clothes. 

Denver Bear Raglan 

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Fancy Tiger Clothing. Design by Matthew Brown for Colo Fkng Rado.

Where: Fancy Tiger Clothing,55 Broadway, Denver. Shop the look online here

What: Fancy Tiger Clothing carries an assortment of local designers throughout the year. Here, we have a Kate Wingrove look that describes our Colorado mountains in a way that is short, sweet, and to the point.

Broncos NFL Varsity Trucker Jacket

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Levi’s

Where: Levi’s. Shop the look online here.

What: Being Super Bowl champions has never looked as good as it does with Levi’s line of Broncos jackets. See the full collection at Levi’s online and read more about it here at 303 Magazine.

I <3 MTNS Sweater

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Mile High Clothing Co.

 Where: Mile High Clothing Company. Shop the look here.

What: Mile High Clothing Co. is all about Colorado-themed looks that are versatile for our both indoor and outdoor life. The shop encourages exploration and adventure by featuring people who are exploring this big ol’ world of ours on their Explorer Series.  Check out the stories and start planning your next adventure!

BONUS: 303 tee

303 Magazine Tee.

303 Magazine Tee. Photo by Romeo Fernandez.

Where: 303 Magazine at Illegal Pete’s South Broadway (270 S. Broadway) from 3, 6 to 9 p.m. 

What: Here we have an exclusive 303 Magazine shirt that you can purchase at the South Broadway Illegal Pete’s this 303 Day!

We want to know what you are wearing this 303 Day! Follow and tag us 303’s Fashion desk on Instagram (@303_fashion) and hashtag #303Day for a chance to be featured!

10 Responses

  1. coltrane

    It’s a shame you don’t give the artists credit. Corey Doney created the Sopapillas Only shirt. It’s rad and he deserves the shout out.

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  2. Zebulon Croll

    The “Stay Out of Denver” hoody is offensive at best. An attempt at being clever? I’m from CO. I was in South Central recording, and as I finished telling everyone in the studio how great Denver is and how Denver is really coming into “it’s own” culturally, this hoody came up on my Facebook feed… Not a good situation to say the least. I felt very ashamed. One of the producers told me it felt like rich white kids with ski’s saying, “Whites only! Black people not welcome.” Denver finally has a real opportunity to become a substantial cultural hub. Unfortunately this kind of, “Stay out of Denver,” and, “Denver against the world,” rhetoric makes us look like intellectual back water hillbillies. I’m sure that the designers weren’t overtly trying to be racist but this not a good look. We are extremely lucky and privileged to be from a place like CO, and we should be excited about the influx of people from other places AND the diversity and creativity that will bring. First off, designers step up your game… None of these designs would compete in the nation market. Secondly, think about the message you’re sending. CO is dope. These designs are not good enough.

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      • Zebulon Croll

        Thanks for the reply. I thought you wouldn’t post or reply. Disregard my second post. I love CO and I hope we can start being a force to be reckoned with in terms of art and culture. #BornAMileHigh 🙂

    • Coltrane

      Interesting take. Denver/Colorado is not the only city to use these type of designs. California does it. Austin does it like no other. My subjective opinion is that it’s humorous and more power to the people that want to sport this. Stating “None of these designs would compete in the nation market” is a pretty subjective statement in itself. The “Sopapillas Only” shirt is not only clever, but well designed. Even if you are a designer/artist, it is simply your opinion. Which you are fully entitled to, but it’s a pretty broad blanket statement. I love that these are local Denver folks showing their pride in their own way

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      • Zebulon Croll

        The Sopapillas tee is cleverish… but it’s not crack. The design is college project at best. I would go way bigger on the graphic. And you have to admit they mailed it in on the fonts. Both fonts are super run of the mill, but again the “stay out” vibe is my main concern which really only applies to the, “stay out of Denver,” hoodie and the “Colorado against the world,” cap. Hopefully all these designers keep coming out with better and better stuff. But I have to say If it’s not as good or better than Akomplice step it up. California has many really doing it Primitive, The Hundreds, HUF the list goes on.. CO should have more dope bands than just Akomplice.. and this is the time to get it! Let’s go. And yo “Coltrane??” you don’t need to tell people that they are entitled to their opinion they know.

      • "Coltrane"

        I’d love to see some of your stuff “Zebulon”. For as critical as you are of every design. I’m very well aware of what you take issue with. You made that abundantly clear. You don’t have to tell me again.

  3. Zebulon Croll

    Censorship>dialogue not a very progressive basis for a magazine. #Weaktea #Whack

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    • Zebulon Croll

      Please disregard this post. Thank you 303 for the posting and replay to my original comment.

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