The Carhartt store in Seattle is located just a few blocks down the street from Pike Place Market, one of the oldest public farmer’s markets in the U.S. It’s an area full of history, farmers, and crafts people. When you walk in the Carhartt location, the old-timey feel of the neighborhood is continued in the lumber camp theme across the store. Beautiful reclaimed logs line the walls, door handles are made of axes, and the dressing rooms look like camping tents. Logging was Seattle’s first major industry, so it is a very fitting theme. I love how this store hints back to the history of the city. Old photographs of loggers past are hung on the back wall. It helps knowing that you came from a city of hard workers. I think it can only spur you on to continue the legacy.