Barefoot Campus Outfitter was established in 2002 in the town of Stephenville, Texas. Stephenville has a population of about 20,000 and is located 60 miles southwest of Fort Worth. Since Barefoot's inception in 2002, we have grown and now have 8 stores throughout the United States, as well as our custom side that produces garments for public school districts and colleges across the U.S. Need a custom shirt for your sorority, fraternity, school, local club event? We've got you covered...literally! In addition to having our Campus stores, we have license agreements with 9 universities in Texas, 5 universities outside of Texas, and have national license agreements with 3 non-profit organizations. Barefoot produces 1,200,000 custom apparel items annually & has the highest quality in our industry. With stores opening all over the United States each year, be on the lookout for Barefoot to make its next home in your college town.
Barefoot Campus Outfitter has all of your apparel needs. We have collegiate long sleeve tees, collegiate short sleeve tees, collegiate pants, collegiate shorts, collegiate headwear, collegiate gift items, collegiate hats, Barefoot hats, Texas hats, Georgia hats, Iowa hats...anything you need, we got it! Our retail stores currently serve over 220,000 students. We also have a retail store located in Fredericksburg, Texas that focuses on our own apparel line and retro collegiate apparel.
Like the Barefoot brand? We also have our own custom Barefoot private label that launched in 2014. It includes, but isn't limited to Texas tees, Wine tees, Georgia Pride tees, Iowa Pride tees, and Barefoot Pride tees...which are our favorite...but we might be a little biased :) Why should you shop at Barefoot you ask? We specialize in imprinted garments and general campus wear. Our product is quality controlled and guaranteed to satisfy all university quality requirements. We set the standard in the printing industry and our quality standards are second to none..after all, we have been doing this for 10+ years.
In addition to our own Barefoot line, we also offer products from Nike, Under Armour, Adidas, Bella, Reef, Smith, Suncloud, Holloway, Columbia, American Apparel, Alternative Apparel, Augusta, 47 Brand, Legacy, Richardson, Pacific, etc...
Looking for that perfect college tee? Barefoot is currently licensed for apparel at these universities: Baylor University, Texas Tech University, Texas Woman's University, Tarleton State University, Sam Houston State University, Texas State University, Northwestern State University, Georgia Southern University, Iowa State University, Southern Methodist University, University of Central Arkansas, University of Texas at Arlington, University of North Texas, West Texas A&M University, and Appalachian State University. Want to visit one of our stores? We are located on these campuses: Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas located at 1296 W. Washington; Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas located at 1928 Sam Houston Avenue; Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas located at 300 N LBJ; Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Texas located at 1598 Chandler Rd; Baylor University in Waco, Texas located at 1508 Speight Avenue; Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina located at 494 W King St #1; and Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa located at 2306 Lincoln Way. We also have a location in Fredericksburg, Texas located at 108 E Main St #1.
Want to learn about our stores & the awesome things that are happening at that location?...Keep reading to find out!
Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas
In 1856, arguably the best small town in Texas was founded. Roughly 70 miles southwest of Fort Worth lies Stephenville, Texas. With a population of around 19,320, Stephenville manages to keep it’s rural feel. Agriculture is Stephenville’s pre-eminent industry and Erath County leads the state of Texas in milk production. Manufacturing firms, education, health care services & retail are all the leading employers. Between Stephenville Independent School District & Tarleton State University, Stephenville has become the "City of Champions".
Stephenville Independent School District has won a total of 8 State Championships in Football, Powerlifting, Volleyball & Girls Basketball...with many more anticipated for the future. Athletics isn’t the only thing the Yellow Jackets and Honeybees excel in...their Agriculture program is one of a kind!
When it comes to economic stability, Tarleton State University provides just that; over 10,000 students & 844 employees call Tarleton home. Tarleton is rich with tradition, that’s what the Texans & TexAnns know best. The Purple Poo, May Fete, Oscar P, Homecoming Week, The Plowboys, Silver Bugle Hunt & Silver Taps are just a few of Tarleton’s claim to fame. Whether it’s Greek life, intramural sports, PANKUS, SGA, Texan Reps, TTM’s or degree specific organizations, there is a way for literally everyone to get involved. Over the years TSU has also been deemed “The Best Kept Secret in Texas” but with the growth rate, it’s looking like it’s not a secret anymore. Tarleton Texans & TexAnns are definitely here to spread the message, God blessed Stephenville, Texas.
Barefoot Campus Outfitter has Tarleton State long sleeve tees, Tarleton State short sleeve tees, Tarleton State pullovers, Tarleton State sweaters, Tarleton State hoodies, Tarleton State jackets...whatever you might need! Need a shirt for the Tarleton State baseball and softball games? We've got it. The basketball games at Wisdom Gym? Check. Gear for the Tarleton State Football games? Check. We also have Tarleton State polos, Tarleton State shorts, Tarleton State sweatpants, Tarleton State caps, Tarleton State gift items...literally anything you can think of! So shop on by and say hi. We look forward to meeting you and we will see you soon!
Fredericksburg or Fritztown as old-time German residents sometimes refer to it as, is one of the most popular getaways in Texas. It has so much to offer and you can never get enough of it. Fredericksburg is a German-based town that is full of traditions but is constantly growing and creating new traditions too. It's also home to Texas German, which is the dialect created by first generations of German settlers who refused to learn English. There are German influences everywhere in Fredericksburg. Restaurants like Islanders, Fredericksburg Brewery, and Der Lindenbaum, to name a few, along with all of the small town shopping on Main Street--E Candles, Zertz, Divinely Design, Eway Furniture, and our personal favorite...Barefoot Campus Outfitter ;) If shopping isn't really your style, there are plenty of wineries on the outside of Fredericksburg--Fredericksburg Winery,Grape Creek Vineyards on Main, Texas Grapes Wine Tours, Fiesta Winery, and Texas Vineyards & Beyond...to name a few. Some even have a small shop on Main Street where you can get a tasting. And yes...it's legal to walk on Main Street with a beer or a nice glass of wine. (Fun Fact: Barefoot even hands it out on Fridays and Saturdays!!)
Looking for something to do at night in Fredericksburg, Texas? The town has plenty of live music. Check out Silver Creek, The Coop, or take a ten minute drive to Luckenbach, Texas, which was made popular by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson with their song Luckenbach, Texas. Notable appearances in Luckenbach include Jennings, Nelson, Pat Green, Robert Earl Keene, and Lyle Lovett. Every weekend you can enjoy live music at a restaurant and who knows...you might catch a local celebrity or a certain star on the rise!
Looking for local Fred tees or that perfect Texas tee? Barefoot Campus Outfitter has your back! We've got Fred Brewery tees, wine tees, Hier Fur Das Bier (Here For The Beer) tees, Lone Star State Tees..or whatever kind of tees you're looking for! Don't want a tee? Grab a Fredericksburg mug or shot glass! Looking for a certain college tee but don't want to shop online? We're stocked with Baylor, Texas A&M, Sam Houston State, and Texas State tees to help you out! Looking for a hat or certain gift? Barefoot's got your perfect Texas or Fredericksburg hat to help you out!
Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas
Huntsville, Texas was founded in 1836 by Pleasant and Ephraim Gray. Huntsville is home to 7 prisons which are spread out over the city. Huntsville has many great attractions that draw in visitors from all over. The Huntsville State Park is great for camping, hiking, and has a great 210-acre lake. The Sam Houston Memorial Museum is another attraction that receives a lot of attention year round. Anyone can come visit for tours, they also hold many events (such as the Renaissance Festival), and is known for the beautiful scenery with a well-known duck pond. Many people make the drive to Huntsville to admire the statue of General Sam Houston and to also take pictures. Huntsville’s location makes it a prime living spot. It’s an easy drive down I-45 South to Houston, which takes about an hour and a half. It is also an easy drive up I-45 North to Dallas, taking about two and a half hours. Livingston and College Station are very easy drives that are under 45-minutes. Huntsville is a small town but growing very rapidly.
Sam Houston State University is the reason for the rapid growth in this city. SHSU was founded in 1879 and was previously called “Sam Houston Normal Institute”. The school helped give special training/instruction to all teachers and began to shape education in Texas for generations to come. In 1923, it became Sam Houston State Teachers College due to their expansion of the curriculum. The institution became Sam Houston State University in 1965, when they decided to offer courses in other subjects. SHSU’s motto is “The measure of life is its service”. SHSU was named after Texas’ greatest hero, General Sam Houston. Located off I-45 North, you will see the largest statue in Texas of General Sam Houston and the university built a replica that is homed in the center of campus. The university covers 316 acres and has a lot of new renovations in the making. The student body on campus represents over 60 countries. They offer over 80 undergraduate degree programs, 50 master’s programs, 6 doctoral programs, and 20 online degree programs.
Sam Houston State has a lot of pride in their athletic programs. Their football team has grown and achieved so many things since their first team was created in 1912. The Bearkats games are held at Bowers Stadium, which seats 12,593 people. The team started off in the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association (TIAA) in 1924, then joined the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), then went onto the NCAA Division II, then to NCAA Division I-AA (now FCS). The Bearkats have 12 conference championships and have made the NCAA FCS Division Championship Playoffs 4 times since 2011; they made it to both the finals and the semifinals twice. SHSU hired their current coach K.C. Keeler in 2014 and he has grown the team with the ultimate goal of winning the NCAA FCS National Championship game.
Barefoot Campus Outfitter has Sam Houston State long sleeve tees, Sam Houston State short sleeve tees, Sam Houston State pullovers, Sam Houston State sweaters, Sam Houston State hoodies, Sam Houston State jackets...whatever you might need! Need a shirt for the Sam Houston State baseball and softball games? We've got it. The basketball games at the Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum? Check. Gear for the Sam Houston State Football games? Check. We also have Sam Houston State polos, Sam Houston State shorts, Sam Houston State sweatpants, Sam Houston State caps, Sam Houston State gift items...literally anything you can think of! So shop on by and say hi. We look forward to meeting you and we will see you soon!
Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas
Nestled off IH-35 in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, you will find the breathtaking Texas State University campus located in the rapidly growing city of San Marcos, Texas. Once you take exit 206 and drive down Aquarena Springs into town, you will notice that the city has kept most of its small town charm and you will instantly feel like you are home. Most students say that seeing the tops of Old Main, one of the oldest buildings on campus, when they drive in from the highway towards campus is what called them to attend this university. Also seeing the San Marcos River flow right through the campus is a pretty big seller for Texas State students. You heard right – the San Marcos river flows from the Edwards Aquifer, one of the world’s most fertile artesian aquifers, along Sewell Park and through our scenic campus. Sewell Park is a popular hangout spot among students: offering luscious grass to lay out on, also known as “Bikini Hill”; free Frisbee throwing lessons from Frisbee Dan; basketball and sand volleyball courts; kayaking and tubing in the San Marcos River – for a quick 45 minute trip you can glide along the water down to Rio Vista, also a popular hangout spot by the river for students and residents. If you want to take a longer float down the river (and I suggest you do) head just five minutes out of town toward Martindale and hit up Texas State Tubes – the best float along the San Marcos River, guaranteed.
When students aren’t outside enjoying the beautiful weather and scenery Texas State has to offer (okay, who are we kidding – everyone is outside pretty much all of the time!) then you will probably find them hanging out in The Quad on campus. There is nothing that makes class more enjoyable than a quad filled with booths giving away free items, vendors selling delicious in between class snacks, and getting to catch up with friends under the shade of the award winning trees on campus (seriously, in 2011 Texas State was recognized as “Tree Campus USA”). On campus you will also find students attending class in state of the art classrooms and lecture halls (McCoy College and UAC to name a couple), searching for the albino squirrels that bring good luck to anyone who sees one, rubbing the Fighting Stallions statue on campus for good luck before turning in that term paper, and wearing Maroon and Gold on “Spirit Fridays”. The school’s colors were inspired by the native wildflower, Gaillardia, also known as an “Indian Blanket”. You can also find students volunteering around campus and attending university sporting events. Bobcat Build is the biggest annual volunteer event on campus and the second biggest volunteer event in the state. Bobcat Build provides students with the opportunity to give back to their university and town by beautifying areas on campus and throughout San Marcos. During the fall you will find Texas State students tailgating throughout Bobcat Alley and then heading into Jim Whacker Field to cheer on the Bobcats! Be sure to learn the correct hand sings before you join in on the cheering – right hand: make a claw, for “eat ‘em up, cats” and left hand: make the shape of Texas, notice your ring and pinky finger point to “the heart of Texas”! Also be sure you know the correct chant, it’s simple but really powerful when done right – when you hear TEXAS, you yell STATE… TEXAS! STATE! See? It is sure to pump up the players and fill the stadium with undeniable school pride.
Now that classes are winding down for the day and the students have finished their homework, chances are they are heading down to The Square for some shopping and happy hour cocktails. Within walking distance from campus, The Square is home to many unique shops and restaurants full of traditions. You will find Barefoot Campus Outfitter, a fairly new shop in town that has been student/resident tested, and student/resident approved! We carry apparel for everyone – students, alumni, family, and even if you’re here just to bask in the spectacular vibe of the town, we carry San Marcos apparel as well. After the students stop by to get their school spirited outfit for the day, they will hit up other popular stops along The Square, including but not limited to: Gil’s Broiler: famous for the Manske Roll – LBJ graduated from known then as Southwest Texas State Teachers College in 1930 and ate at Gil’s all of the time. When he was elected as president, LBJ actually had Gil’s ship Manske Rolls to the White House. You must try one, you won’t be disappointed, I promise. There is also a LBJ museum located on the square that provides very interesting and interactive exhibits, also another essential stop; Root Cellar: a town favorite with their farm to table distinctive meals and their quaint winery located right in the restaurant – celebrating, date night, or just because, this restaurant is sure to impress; Palmers: one of the oldest restaurants in town has kept up with the changing times quite nicely – a favorite spot for weekend brunch and their happy hour Mexican Martini’s, this place will transport you out of San Marcos into your movie scene day dream; Chimy’s: the typical first stop for students before they bar hop for the night - famous for their house margaritas and Dr. Pepper Shootouts; Stonewall: the first and only LGBT club on the square; Zelick’s: known for its well-crafted cocktails and hand-picked craft beers, dog-friendly, and cozy atmosphere, it is definitely “the best little icehouse in Texas”; The Marc: formerly Texas Music Theather, this night club and music venue hosts various music artists from Wade Bowen to Blue October to Cake, this bar is always sure to provide entertainment any night of the week. These bars are open until the town shuts down at 2a.m. every night, so bored is not a very familiar feeling with San Marcos’s thriving night life.
Every now and then students will decide to venture off of the Square and go explore other enticing parts of San Marcos. Cheatham Street Warehouse is very popular among the country music lovin’ students. CSW was founded by the godfather of country music, Kent Finlay and has provided a home for singer-songwriters encompassed with a nurturing manner that has developed some pretty big names in country music – George Strait, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and Randy Rogers Band, just to name a few ;). The infamous Outlet Malls are also very close by, just take IH-35 south to exit 200 – but be sure to eat lunch at Centerpoint Station before you get lost in the abundance of deals the outlet mall has to offer. Into nature? San Marcos is home to tons of natural preserves full of hiking and bike trails, lakes, and beautiful scenery. A day at Purgatory Creek or Springlake Preserve is sure to fill your lungs with fresh air and your mind with sheer accomplishment.
If you’re feeling like a quick out-of-town getaway, San Marcos is close to many cities with lots to offer. A quick 30 minute drive up north puts you in downtown Austin, Texas. A 45 minute drive down south puts you on the Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas. And a beautiful scenic 20 minute drive along Ranch Road 12 puts you in the whimsical town of Wimberley, Texas. No matter what your quest might be the enamoring, not-so hidden gem of San Marcos really provides it all.
Barefoot Campus Outfitter has Texas State long sleeve tees, Texas State short sleeve tees, Texas State pullovers, Texas State sweaters, Texas State hoodies, Texas State jackets...whatever you might need! Need a shirt for the Texas State baseball and softball games? We've got it. The basketball games at the Strahan Coliseum? Check. Gear for the Texas State Football games? Check. We also have Texas State polos, Texas State shorts, Texas State sweatpants, Texas State caps, Texas State gift items...literally anything you can think of! So shop on by and say hi. We look forward to meeting you and we will see you soon! We’re excited for you to visit, and we’ll welcome you as a friend when you decide to stay just a little longer.
Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia
Barefoot Campus Outfitter came from Texas and touched down in the heart of Statesboro, Georgia. Better known as “The Boro”. We’re located on Chandler road, across from campus and share our parking lot with one of Statesboro’s most known bars, Dingus Magees. We carry college approved tops, bottoms, and accessories for men women and children! You can wear our stuff to class or to a football game, we have it all. Chances are, if you walk in to Barefoot you will leave feeling welcomed and want to come back “One More Time!”
Georgia Southern is a small-feel college with a big atmosphere. We love students who show school spirit and that’s what you find with Eagle fans- Whose House? Our House! Once you come to Statesboro you’ll leave True Blue forever, you’ll be a life time supporter of Georgia Southern University. Each school year is started with Day One, a new event but popular to say the least. It is a pep rally that help the new students learn the chants and traditions that Georgia Southern is built off. Tradition is what makes Georgia Southern so unique. Our football team practices on the banks of Beautiful Eagle Creek- which is said to be a source of magical waters and they take the traditional yellow school buses to every home game. Whether you’re hanging out at Sweetheart Circle or hitting up the RAC you’ll be looking good as long as you’re wearing Barefoot!
Barefoot Campus Outfitter has Georgia Southern long sleeve tees, Georgia Southern short sleeve tees, Georgia Southern pullovers, Georgia Southern sweaters, Georgia Southern hoodies, Georgia Southern jackets...whatever you might need! Need a shirt for the Georgia Southern baseball and softball games? We've got it. The basketball games at the Hanner Fieldhouse? Check. Gear for the Georgia Southern Football games? Check. We also have Georgia Southern polos, Georgia Southern shorts, Georgia Southern sweatpants, Georgia Southern caps, Georgia Southern gift items...literally anything you can think of! So shop on by and say hi. We look forward to meeting you and we will see you soon!
“I’m gonna get out of here while I’m still alive, and I’m gonna say it one more time- We are Georgia Southern. Our colors are blue and white. We call ourselves the bald eagles. We call our offense the Georgia Power Company… and that’s a terrific name for an offense. Our snap count is “rate, hike.” We practice on the banks of beautiful Eagle Creek and that’s in Statesboro, Georgia– the gnat capital of America. Our weekends begin on Thursday. The co-eds outnumber the men 3 to 2. They’re all good looking and they’re all rich. And folks, you just can’t beat that.. and you just can’t beat Georgia Southern. And you ain’t seen nothin’ yet!”
– Erk Russell
Baylor University in Waco, Texas
Barefoot Campus Outfitter started about 90 miles northwest of Waco in Stephenville, a small Texas town, better known as “The ‘Ville.” Our Waco store opened in August 2014 and is located right across the street from Vitek’s BBQ and just a few blocks down from Baylor University. Vitek’s started in 1915 as a family owned and operated meat market and is now famous for their amazing BBQ. If you haven’t tried the “GUT PACK” yet, you’re definitely missing out. If you’re in the mood for a burger, we would recommend Health Camp or Twisted Root. For some of the best Mexican food around, stop by Ninfa’s, which is located downtown. Have you ever listened to Texas Country or heard of Pat Green? There’s a reason he wrote a song about George’s. Be sure to stop there for a “Big O.”
Common Grounds, located across the street from Baylor, is a great place to grab a cup of coffee and the atmosphere is like one you’ve never experienced before. The Waco Downtown Farmer’s Market is a year-round riverside market, located at 400 South University Parks Drive. Since November 2011, the Market has been and will continue to be open every Saturday from 9:00am to 1:00pm, and Tuesdays from 3:00pm-7:00pm seasonally. It features the best local agricultural producers and artisan vendors within 150 miles of Waco. And of course, Magnolia Market at the Silos located in the heart of downtown Waco is a must. If you’re lucky, you might just run into Chip and Joanna Gaines.
Baylor University, the oldest university in Texas, has many traditions, but there are several that make it one-of-a-kind. One of the students’ favorite is an annual holiday called Dia Del Oso, meaning “The Day of the Bear.” Each spring since 1932, students at Baylor have been given a day off from classes so that they can enjoy the outdoors with their friends and classmates at this annual event. The day's schedule is filled with fun and games along with many booths sponsored by various student organizations. The day will include tournaments like tug-of-war, sand volleyball, ultimate frisbee, bowling, and basketball.
Pigskin Revue is an annual Homecoming tradition showcasing the winning acts from the previous spring's All University Sing Competition. The performances, two on Friday night and one on Saturday, are musical, Broadway-style acts prepared and performed by campus organizations, complete with costumes, elaborate backdrops and props, and complex choreography.
One tradition called the Baylor Line is unique because it doesn’t take place at any other university. The Baylor Line consists of all freshmen, wearing yellow line jerseys, who run out on the field before all home football games. Each one has a special nickname on the back of their jersey. Before the last home game of the season, the seniors get to run out in their jersey for one last hurrah.
Among Baylor's many rich traditions is an event that has had a lasting impact on the University and its athletic department. This is the story of the Immortal Ten, one of America's first sports tragedies. On Jan. 22, 1927, Coach Ralph Wolf was taking his first Baylor basketball team to play a game in Austin against the University of Texas. Rain hampered the vision of the chartered bus driver as debris from the road sprayed the windshield of the bus. In Round Rock, Texas, just miles from the team's arrival in Austin, a speeding train rammed into the side of the bus at a railway crossing near the center of the city. Ten of the 21 players, coaches, and fans in the Baylor party that traveled on the bus that day were killed. The Immortal Ten are honored each year during Homecoming when freshmen listen to the tragic story and participate in a candlelight remembrance ceremony in their honor. In 2007, a monument was placed on Baylor’s campus in honor of those who lost their lives on that tragic day.
Barefoot Campus Outfitter has Baylor long sleeve tees, Baylor short sleeve tees, Baylor pullovers, Baylor sweaters, Baylor hoodies, Baylor jackets...whatever you might need! Need a shirt for the Baylor Equestrian match? We've got it. The basketball games at the Ferrell Center? Check. Gear for the Baylor Football games? Check. We also have Baylor polos, Baylor shorts, Baylor sweatpants, Baylor caps, Baylor gift items...literally anything you can think of! So shop on by and say hi. We look forward to meeting you and we will see you soon!
There are many things that make Waco and Baylor University unique. Barefoot has definitely made a great impact on the community and fits in well with the huge school spirit and small town vibe. We are THE #1 stop shop for all your Baylor game day fan gear and the “go to” headquarters for all your collegiate game day gear, as well as novelty items and gifts. SIC ‘EM!
Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa
We're a small town in the middle of Iowa that houses Iowa State University: known for it's innovation in science and technology. But we have so much more to offer than corn and pigs. For starters, if it wasn't for Iowa State College, which is what it was originally called, you may not be reading this on the type of computer you are today. John Vincent Atanasoff was the person who invented the first electronic digital computer in the 1930's. Nicknamed the "ABC", it still holds its presence on the main floor in Durham Hall. Iowa State University has many interesting facts that not many people may be aware of. For example, they had a hand in the making of the Atomic Bomb, hold the Guinness World record for the biggest rice krispy, and created the first tornado simulator for wind engineering research.
In addition to all of that, Ames has been voted the No. 1 College Town, No. 8 Best Places to Live in America, Best Small Places for Business and Careers, and Best Places for New College Grads. For the sixth consecutive year, Iowa State has grown in enrollment and Iowa State was just ranked No. 5 most Beautiful College Campuses Around the World.
Despite not having any professional athletic teams in the state of Iowa, we still have produced some amazing athletes from this Midwestern town. Harrison Barnes who currently plays for the Golden State Warriors, is an Ames High alumni. Cael Sanderson graduated from Iowa State and during his tenure here, went undefeated in wrestling. He won four consecutive NCAA titles and he is the only wrestler in NCAA Division 1 history to go undefeated in official matches with more than 100 wins. He also won gold in the 2004 Summer Olympics in the 184.8lb weight class. Sanderson is currently the wrestling coach at Penn State University. Fred Hoiberg, "The Mayor" of Ames, has deep roots in the community. He is an Ames High and Iowa State University alumni. During his time here, he played basketball and went on to play professionally for the Indiana Pacers, Chicago Bulls, and Minnesota Timberwolves. In 2010 Hoiberg took the Iowa State Men’s basketball coaching job, and during his time here was the fastest coach in ISU history to get 100 wins. He left in 2015 and currently is the head coach for the Chicago Bulls.
Loyal, Forever, True is something to describe Cyclone fans and Ames as a whole. You may have heard it over and over, but Iowa State’s fan base is one of the most loyal in the country. Whether it's cheering on our football team in a blizzard, standing in line for consecutive days in freezing weather to watch our basketball team, or traveling across the country to watch our favorite athletes compete in championships- we will be there with bells on!
Hilton Magic is something that the nation is slowly catching on to, while everyone in Ames has seen for years. It all started with the beloved Johnny Orr and has been revived within the last few years. It is an indescribable experience that no one has been able to put into words until you are able to witness it for yourself. We have overcome massive deficits, beaten No. 1 ranked teams, and have only lost a handful of games at home in the last six seasons. We also have won the NCAA Men's Basketball Big 12 Championship two years in a row (2014 & 2015) and if you’re in Ames during a home basketball game, it is something you don’t want to pass up.
Despite our amazing university that we have in town, Ames is great on its own. The high school is ranked in the Top 5 in the state of Iowa. We also have the cleanest water in the area. Our small knit community makes this town a great place for families to live and an even better place to be during your college years.
Whether your visiting Ames or plan to make it your home for years to come...Barefoot Campus Outfitter is the place to shop. Whether you're an Iowa State fan...or just simply love the state of Iowa, Barefoot has the product just for you! We opened in August of 2015 and have started to make a name for ourselves. We were just selected as a top 3 finalist in the 2016 student choice category, "Best Place To Buy ISU Gear", voted on by ISU students, staff, and Ames residents and conducted by the Iowa State Daily Student Choice. We love the people in Ames and can't wait to continue to build relationships with the people.
Barefoot Campus Outfitter has Iowa State long sleeve tees, Iowa State short sleeve tees, Iowa State pullovers, Iowa State sweaters, Iowa State hoodies, Iowa State jackets...whatever you might need! Need a shirt for the Iowa State Wrestling match? We've got it. The basketball games at the Hilton Magic? Check. Gear for the Iowa State Football games? Check. We also have Iowa State Polos, Iowa State shorts, Iowa State sweatpants, Iowa State caps, Iowa State gift items...literally anything you can think of! So shop on by and say hi. We look forward to meeting you and we will see you soon!
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