Your Shopping Cart

It appears that your cart is currently empty!

CONTINUE SHOPPING

"Where's My Package?"

Before you find our "contact" link - please know that as a small business we have done everything in our power to ensure that all orders have been shipped in a timely manner, and in most cases, shipped on the same day. Like you, we are at the peril of the USPS and other delivery services and only have access to the same tracking information that we've provided you.

We are still in a pandemic and it has been well documented by USPS, UPS. Fedex, DHL and the news & media how delayed packages are this holiday season. Once we surrender packages to these carriers, we have no control (or say for that matter) on how quickly you'll receive your package. Just because tracking hasn't updated your package is not lost.

So before you contact us, please know we tried our best and we are equally as frustrated as you are if your goods haven't arrived on time but please know that they will still get there! We appreciate your kindness, patience, and understanding. We are eternally grateful for the support of our family and brand this holiday season!

as seen in

COMFORT FOOD

NACHOS CREWNECK

'Nachos' in felt sewn on a liquid gold colored vintage-inspired hemp / organic cotton crewneck sweatshirt.

Shop now

Free Shipping in the USA

We offer free standard USPS shipping on all domestic orders of $25 or more. Our mailer envelopes are biodegradable and our boxes are recyclable.

Eco-Friendly Options

Our tees are proudly printed in the USA with soft, eco-friendly inks. We offer sustainable hemp & organic cotton sweatshirts and hats.

Vintage Inspired

We love to make old things new again. We are a bit nostalgic and use soft, comfortable vintage-inspired fabrics and colors for our garments.

holiday best sellers

Death Before Decaf Sweater

$ 54.00

Lost in the Hot Sauce Tee

$ 29.00

Having a Meltdown Tee

$ 29.00

No Problemo Button-Up

$ 47.00

Nachos Crew

$ 50.00

Hope They Serve Tacos in Hell Tee

$ 29.00

“Life is uncertain. Eat dessert first.”

-Ernestine Ulmer

follow @pyknic