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Moondust Apparel Kittenpacking Adventure Squad Tee Puts a Cat in a (Bike) Basket

Moonshine apperal kittenpacking adventure squad(Photo/Monnshine Apperal)
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If you’re into basket bikes and kittens, Moondust Apparel could be your jam. I stumbled across the store when I went to grab a Kittenpacking Adventure Squad t-shirt that I saw on Instagram that I felt I really needed.

Kittenpacking Adventure Squad T-shirt

Retail: $28

Colors: Mushroom and Mineral

Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2X, and 3X

Regular fit, mid-weight, 5.3 oz, 100% cotton, neck ribbing, side seamed, shoulder to shoulder tape, double needle hems, and preshrunk.

The lil’ shop cat’s name is Stevie and if you follow Jarrod on Instagram, you’ve seen Stevie’s face before… doing something ridiculously cute in Jarrod’s Wald Basket.

Moondust Socks

Retail: $18

Sizes: S, M, L, XL

There are also a plethora of socks to be had as well. Like the Get Lost and Go Wild pairs… or the Speak Out socks (Love is Love). The socks come in regular weight, super light, and even seconds.

Odds & Ends


  • No Drama Camp Mug: $16
  • Bandanas: $18
  • CREAM Sticker: $2
  • Willoughby Hat: $32
  • Lugs patch: $7

The site’s “Odds & Ends” section is particularly fun, as it’s where you find the stickers and patches as well as caps, bandanas, beverage holders, coffee mugs, etc.

Moondust carries a lot of neat things so be sure to check them out.

A lil’ About Jarrod and Hope Cyclery

Jarrod Bunk is the founder/co-owner of Pennsylvania’s Hope Cyclery. He’s also a photographer for hire and a contributor at The Radavist, he is a co-founder of Camp and Go Slow, and runs the Higher Ground Hundy, a non-UCI semi-competitive cycling event. Needless to say, he’s a busy guy.

About Hope Cyclery

Opened in 2019 by Jarrod Bunk, Hope Cyclery was created out of a vision for what a bike shop should be, but what many aren’t: a welcoming place for everyone no matter their age, size, race, or gender expression. Hope Cyclery is both a space and idea for people to connect over bikes being a positive tool for change. In early 2020, David Lane moved to Johnstown to become a co-owner of the shop, helping to contribute to Jarrod’s vision for the shop and the community.

Specializing in custom builds with quality parts–many made by talented friends in the bicycle industry–Hope Cyclery creates bicycles that ride beautifully and support good people. Also, shop staff are highly skilled mechanics who will gladly service your regular repair needs“.



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