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    The first blog post of every month is design inspo. We give you a little behind-the-scenes look at our tee of the month and share some of our thought processes. As you may have seen already, we’ve chosen the Vor Text t-shirt for June. With a modern approach to branding, we think this tee will …

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    June tends to be one of our busiest months. A lot of tourists in Cornwall are missing the big summer rush, but it’s also the start of our events season. We’re going to two this June, as we have done for the past few years, and would love to see some of you there! We …

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    Our Favourite Beaches: Fistral

    Following our Newquay blog post last week, we thought we’d give a little more love to Fistral. It’s not a beach we head to much, partly because of our affinity for Godrevy, but it’s definitely one we need to go to more. A true surfers beach, it’s no surprise that Fistral remains one of the …

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    Why We Still Love Newquay

    When people mention Newquay, a few thoughts come to mind. “The beaches are great, but the town doesn’t offer much.” “It’s filled with the wrong groups of people in the summer.” We‘ve heard it all. But, we’re happy to overlook all of that. We think Newquay is getting some undue negativity. It’s no surprise that …

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    Why we Love a Good T-shirt

    At Hager-vor, we love a good t-shirt. Long sleeved or short sleeved; subtle text design or colourful graphics. It doesn’t matter. We love them all. And with Cornwall quickly warming up, we’re confident t-shirt season is very nearly upon us. But we’re not the only ones. In the past few weeks, we’ve been seeing more …

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    Design Inspiration: Glide

    It’s time for another behind-the-scenes look into our inspiration at Hager-vor again! This month, we’ll be looking at the Glide tee — an all-new design for us and our current tee of the month. As always, Cornwall and the nature around us have heavily influenced the design. The design features three identical lines inside a …

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  • Our Favourite Beaches: Perranporth

    Over the past few weeks, we’ve been talking about some of our favourite beaches around Cornwall. And, as surfers, the north coast of the county is where we naturally gravitate. However, Perranporth offers much more than just fantastic waves.  The beach and, by extension, the town have been slowly transforming themselves into a fully-fledged venue. …

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  • Our Favourite Beaches: Porthtowan

    In our post last week, we started a series revolving around our favourite Cornish beaches. This week, we’re going to continue this and take a look at Porthtowan: a small village on the north coast of Cornwall. Similar to Godrevy, Porthtowan is one of those beaches that holds a lot of sentimental value for us.  …

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  • Our Favourite Beaches: Godrevy

    With the Easter holidays unofficially starting the tourist rush into Cornwall, we thought we’d start a mini-blog series of our favourite beaches around the county. Whether you’re a long-time resident of Cornwall or a first-time visitor, the beaches of Cornwall never lose their appeal. But with the over 300 to choose from, where do you …

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  • Design Inspiration: From The Sea

    For our first blog post of April, we’re going to talk inspiration again! Similar to our previous design inspiration post, we’re going to be looking at the tee of the month: From The Sea. From The Sea is inspired by a couple of distinctly Cornish sources. Although it doesn’t require much searching to find a mining house …

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  • Why we love St. Ives

    St. Ives is integral to the Hager-vor story. It’s where we have our first and, at the moment, only store but the town ran through our brand DNA before a brick-and-mortar store was even a consideration. Similar to Godrevy in our previous blog post, I have a lot of family connections to St. Ives and …

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  • Godrevy: A Home Away From Home

    Living in Cornwall provides me with more inspiration than I’ll ever need. With Godrevy acting as my back garden and my social space growing up, I’ve had my fair share of envious looks whenever I recall the stories. My family store, Clotworthy’s, has operated in Cornwall and it’s where I’ve chosen to spend the majority …

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