Did someone say hats?

That's right, we've got headwear now!

  • 100% recycled cotton
  • Made in the Methow Valley
  • Classic 'dad hat' style
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Newly Added: Headwear

Inspired by nature, crafted for adventure, and built for comfort

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Quality Goods. Sustainably made.

At the heart of our business is the commitment to minimizing our carbon footprint. We produce and ship every product using recycled, recyclable, and plastic-free materials whenever possible. Our materials are carefully chosen, from using supertank printers to printing on paper made from 100% recycled cotton in the USA, and our production processes are designed to reduce waste. We also ship all orders carbon neutral via our partnership with Shopify Planet.

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6% Back to Organizations that Matter

We prioritize environmental preservation and sustainable living by supporting these non-profits:

  • Washington's National Park Fund conserves and improves our state's national parks
  • National Forest Foundation works to restore and enhance our national forests and grasslands
  • Methow Valley Citizens Council advocates for responsible land use in the Methow Valley (our home)
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    "The cards were crisp, clean and colorful with evergreen designs that you could customize and feels artisanal." (5/5)


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    "Functional and looks nice in the pot. Beautifully packaged and love that the seller has sustainability in mind. Purchasing more as holiday gifts!" (5/5)


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    "These cards are beautifully crafted, well made and classic, love them!" (5/5)


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New Glassware

The Peaks of Washington

Each 16oz glass showcases the state’s ten tallest mountains, and are listed in the native languages of their respective peoples. They’re screen printed with white ceramic enamel, ensuring your glass stays looking new even after years of dishwasher abuse.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What sets Alpenglow apart in eco-friendliness?

Our commitment to the environment is woven into every step of the production and shipping process; utilizing recycled, recyclable, and plant-based materials wherever possible to ensure a smaller carbon footprint. Likewise, we ship all orders carbon neutral through our partnership with Shopify Planet.

Does Alpenglow provide special packaging for gifts?

Absolutely! We're able to wrap up your gift in eco-friendly paper or tissue and include a handwritten note. This is currently a free service. Please leave us a comment in the Special Instructions box when you're checking out. We may reach out via email for further clarity.

How does Alpenglow manage shipping and delivery?

All orders are shipped by our team directly from our HQ in University Place, WA.

Shipping cost is based on weight, size, and type of product. We do our best to keep these prices as low as possible while making sure they are well protected during transit.

Carbon-neutral shipping is powered by Shopify Planet.

How can I best care for my Alpenglow products?

Each product has specific care instructions. You may find care instructions under the More Details section on the product page.

What is alpenglow?

Capturing Nature's Radiant Beauty

Ever seen the mountains at sunrise or sunset, glowing with a warm, rosy light? That's alpenglow – a moment of simple, breathtaking beauty.

We want to bring that same kind of natural, everyday beauty into everything we make at Alpenglow. From the colors we choose to the designs we dream up, it's all about adding a bit of that mountain glow to your life.

Spencer stands behind his Alpenglow booth at Mistletoe Madness in Twisp, 2023.

Hey there!

I'm Spencer, the creator behind Alpenglow, where my passion for the outdoors and design converge. From exploring the Pacific Northwest's trails to studying physics in college, I found my true calling in crafting eco-friendly, outdoor-inspired art.

While my current workshop buzzes near Tacoma, Washington, my heart is set on the Methow Valley where I plan to deepen my roots and continue my craft in Twisp by late 2024.