Bart Bridge is not an affiliate of the NFL, NCAA, NBA, MLB, NHL or any other sports organization. 

None of these products are themselves licensed by the team or league. We go to great lengths to avoid explicitly using the images and logos of players and teams.  As for items with the team logos, these are made with re-purposed shirts and patches.

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Sonoma County resident's ‘Bart Bridge’ fills niche in unique sports gear

February 9, 2019

Longtime Sonoma County resident Luke Fraser didn’t set out to be a Bay Area sports attire designer...

Bart Bridge Taos Camo Warriors

Turning vintage Warriors gear into hot fashion items

May 22, 2018

You never know when a business opportunity will hit you. For Luke Fraser, it all started about a decade ago...

Bart Bridge Taos Camo Warriors

Crafting a Future

May 2018

 

Luke Fraser was a mad scientist up on the mountain, turning thriftstore overalls and camo jackets and old...

Bart Bridge Taos Camo Warriors

Post Fire, Local Designer Bart Bridge Is Back with the Freshest Game-Day Attire

March 29, 2018

I never thought I could look sexy in sports attire until I saw the jacket: a vintage camo button-up with Matisse...

R|Label pops up on Hayes, cool AF Warriors gear + more style news

March 01, 2018

For Berkeley resident Luke Fraser, designing cool gear supporting the Warriors, A's, Raiders and other local...

Bart Bridge designer, and his business, emerge from the ashes

January 26, 2018

On the afternoon of Oct. 8, Bart Bridge designer Luke Fraser was at his Glen Ellen home studio with friends...

Best Local Sports Gear Made by Local Sports Fans

June 2017

In the Bay Area, residents like to rep their teams with the pride of champions. But have you ever considered that...

What to Shop at Oakland's First Fridays

August 03, 2016

Designer Luke Fraser is reinventing the wheel — at least where sports fan gear is concerned. His brand Bart...