Dark Cycle Clothing- Adam and Coryn Enfinger
I got to spend a lunch break with Adam and Coryn Enfinger, owners of Dark Cycle Clothing, a clothing brand based out of Tampa, FL inspired by Adam thinking up quirky animals on bike designs while making his 17-mile bike ride to work. Eventually, he screenprinted the designs on some extra t-shirts and they generated quite a bit of interest every time they were worn. Now with over 100k happy customers and with their shirts in over 100 small shops worldwide, each shirt is still hand screen printed with care by Adam. Dark Cycle Clothing's mission is to provide ethical and quality clothing while promoting alternative transportation and raising animal awareness.
I spoke to Adam and Coryn about how they came up with the name and the concept. Coryn told me about they started with an Etsy shop and how it blew up and then they did a .com shop. We spoke about how they handle inventory when doing Wholesale, Events, Etsy, and DarkCycleClothing.com. Adam spoke about how they hand-print each shirt. We spoke about how they balance their business and also caring for their 8 children. We spoke about what it takes to be a successful clothing brand, as well as, discussed how many different animals they have created on bikes. Was great to also hear about how they discussed some of their previous designs coming back.
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