Mariners' fans are the best and deserve quality apparel and swag. Last year, I wrote about what types of items you could get everyone on your list.
Lots of good items over at Foco, not just for Mariners fans but for all sports fans. We focus on Mariners stuff today though. We start with Mariners Reversible Team Color Camo Hoodeez BIg, fluffy, comfy, and dual looks... what more could you want?
We follow that up with a way to rep your favorite team while staying warm in the mornings with a Lazy Day Mariners robe as you relax and enjoy your favorite show or team on tv.
Looking for something to build? Check out this Mariners Moose Seattle Mariners BRXLZ Mascot, which you can put together either on your own or help someone younger in your family do it, gracing your workspace or desk with the best mascot in sports!
If you want something for your desk but don't want to build it, check out the Mariner Moose Seattle Mariners 2023 MLB All-Star Game Team Beans Commemorative Mascot Embroidered Bear. He's an adorable little Mariners bear that is individually numbered, making a great piece for your Mariners collection.
If jewelery is more your thing, then we've got just the thing for you. It's a Seattle Mariners 3 Pack Friendship bracelet, with I love Mariners, Mariners Moose, and Sea Us Rise as options on each one.
If all of this is a little outside your comfort zone, and you want a more regular item, we finish off just for you. This Seattle Mariners Gray Woven Hoodie will keep you plenty warm while still rocking Mariners gear. Warm, soft, comfy, and Mariners? Sounds like a great combo!
This site is for all baseball fans, but you may find something perfect for someone who follows the Mariners or another team, Be aware that most of their apparel is for adult men so if you are looking for someone else, you may not want to find that out the hard way.
This site has several interesting collections such as one about Ken Griffey, Jr., a series related to "Field of Dreams," and one for Roberto Clemente. They also have a USA Baseball series that never goes out of style! I am interested in getting a "Field of Dreams" shirt, having recently rewatched this classic. One of them has a great monologue in full by Terrence Mann, a central character, on the back.
I saw a cute shirt featuring the Savannah Bananas on it for kids. If truly interested in Savannah Banana-wear, however, go to this site.
I would love to know how many items are on this site - without having to count them myself. They have items for everyone: men, women, children. This is a far better site for women and youth.
Home and Office
This is the official MLB store for the Mariners. Surprises included a Christmas tree skirt with the "S" logo on it; a wireless keyboard, Ms branded ping pong balls as well as salt and pepper shakers. I did see a pint glass that I liked called "Full Wrap Pint Glass." They have every type of drinking container possible.
I noticed some new items since last holiday season such as City Connect jerseys, hats, and t-shirts as well as some other items in the bright blue and yellow. They also had jerseys that were used by the American League players at the All-Star game.
The Tiny Turnip tops are still there with shirts featuring dinosaurs, unicorns, teddy bears, and other similar creatures. There was one shirt with a Navy Medical Star that reminded me of the Astros logo but you might not have that problem.
I looked more carefully at the section called "Collectibles." Under that section, there are sub-categories such as balls, bats, plaques, and photos. There were some items signed by Ken Griffey, Jr. that were over a thousand dollars. Most items were signed by Griffey, Julio Rodriguez, or Cal Raleigh. They also offered ways that you could display a bat or a ball that you had previously purchased or caught (if you were lucky!).
There is a nice wide-angle photo of T. Mobile Park that is attractive. The photos and trading cards also caught my attention. Unsigned photos are available for most players and are reasonable. I also liked that there were items for some former players that we miss including Kyle Seager, Mitch Haniger, Shed Long, Kyle Lewis, and Yusei Kikuchi.
The Mariners Team Stores
Do not forget that you can shop in person at one of the Mariners Team Stores! I think I get so accustomed to online shopping that I forget the regular in-store experience which, of course, allows you to check out a shirt's actual size, for example. The stadium store is at 1250 1st Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134. Call (206) 346-4287 to verify hours. The downtown store is at 1800 4th Ave. Seattle, WA 98101. Call (206) 346-4327 to verify hours.
For the Mariners' Fan Who Already Has Everything
If you are shopping for a fan who already has lots of swag and memorabilia or if you just want to give someone a gift that helps others, consider donating to the Mariners Care Foundation. This organization gives a great deal to the local community. Learn more about the Mariners Care Foundation here.
Happy shopping and Go Mariners!