at 133 E City Place Dr, Santa Ana, 92705 United States
An Orange County boutique retailer of quality apparel, accessories and other goods.
Started by Chhun Tang, East Fork Supply Company is a boutique retailer of quality apparel, accessories and other goods. We're committed to high quality products and a unique customer experience. We carry stuff we would want to own ourselves, stuff we like, well made stuff. Our collection is selected from all the things we love that we come across ranging from vintage or classic, motorcycle or outdoor inspired. Come in any time and you'll find a friendly smile, refreshments being served and a record playing from our random collection. Proud stockist of: Imperial Barber Products, The Last Match Co., Iron & Resin, Timber!, Herschel Supply Co, Komono, Richer Poorer, Tankfarm, Pommes Frites, Topo Designs, Roland Sands Design, Jeremiah Clothing, Wheelmen & Co., 1.61 Soft Goods, Prospector Co., Focused Space and Couch. We're located in the Orange County city of Santa Ana, California. Stop by for a visit!
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Just got in EFSCo. stickers. You know you want one.
This week's promo: 20% phone cases by Focused Space and Recover.
Friday! Some of you have a three day weekend, hope you get out and enjoy it! A few things going on this weekend: Saturday 6-10 - Ontario Art Walk and Vintage Bike Meet - 211 W. Emporia St. Ontario, CA Saturday 7-11 - Quality Control Helmet Show + Moto Lady 4th Anniversary Party - Signal Hill, CA http://themotolady.com/quality-control/ Saturday and Sunday - Return to Del Mar Race and Motorcycle show - Del Mar, CA (see previous post for flyer) And of course, the mountains are open. That's where we'll be on Sunday and Monday!
To clarify, we WILL BE OPEN this Saturday the 17th.
We'll be closed this coming Saturday, January 17th, for a trip and photoshoot. Be back at our usual day, Tuesday! Hold that...We'll be open Saturday. Plans changed but still getting some mountain time this weekend.
Restocked on Black Top Society spiced cold brew!
Coffee + Donuts still going on despite the rain. We're hanging out in the shop!
Happy Friday! Have a great weekend everyone! And remember our first Coffee + Donuts of the year is tomorrow from 11-3!
Not doing a weekly promo this week, instead we're starting to clear out some things to make room for spring stuff coming in early February. Come in to see what we're clearing out starting tomorrow!
Your favorite candle makers, P.F. Candle Co, is working with us to create a custom candle. It's going to be released at our 2 year anniversary coming up soon. You'll have to keep it here for more details later.
This week's promo: 20% off all previous season apparel. We're clearing out some leftover stuff to make room for fall collections.
TIMBER! and EFSCo.? Yup, we're doing a shirt with Chad Eaton of Timber!. Details to come!
Coffee + Donuts next week! Be here, 11-3 suckas! Haven't decided on doing DK's Donuts again or go back to Sidecar for this one. Anyone have a preference?
Happy Friday! Labor Day weekend, hope you all get out and enjoy the extra day off!
Happy to announce that we're officially a retailer for Tom Harrison maps. For those that aren't familiar, they are a company that makes great water and tear proof maps for trails. We'll have a lot of local hiking areas covered as well as some of the other popular areas to travel to like Yosemite. Full list of maps available here when we get them.
Next Coffee + Donuts coming up on September 6th! It's a week earlier than usual but that's because VVMC will be held the next weekend and we'll be out of town also. Mark your calendars!
Happy Friday everyone!
Heads up! We'll be closed this Saturday for a short backpacking trip. We're prepping to do the Yosemite to Mammoth section of the John Muir Trail and working on some kinks this weekend. Be back open on Tuesday!
Thanks for coming by Paul! That Imperial Classic will serve you well. Great chatting about hiking and backpacking, and I'm going to look into that Grand Canyon hike you talked about!