OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) --Whether you're in San Jose Sharks territory or on Golden State Warriors ground, it's never been a better time to be a sports fan in the Bay Area.
It's also never been a better time to sell Sharks and Warriors gear. Adam Mayberry has been sporting his Splash Brothers t-shirt started by The Die Hards Company back in 2010 in San Jose.
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It is dedicated to the die-hard Bay Area sports fans.
You won't see any official logos on the t-shirts, hats and sweatshirts, but it's clear all the professional Bay Area teams are represented. "It's easy enough for us to create something that represents a team or something fan oriented that fans can understand, that still supports their team in a unique way," Die Hard Company's Adam Mayberry said.
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Recently, the Warriors and Sharks gear have been flying off their shelves.
Mayberry said he's seeing triple the business during the NBA Finals and Stanley Cup Final. "The Fin City logo is one of our most popular designs. A buddy of mine kind of proto-typed the chomp sleeves for the power play. I was reluctant for that, but it's been one of our most popular sellers," he said.
We even saw one Sharks fan wearing a Fin City sweatshirt while working at a coffee shop.
The Die Hards Company does most of its business online, but they occasionally do pop up shops during special events.
And there's hope for a couple of special events soon. "Our main goal is to do a championship pop up for one of the two teams and hopefully both of them," Mayberry said.
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