At Happitude we believe that a place is defined not only by its location but also by the emotions and feelings that it inspires in the people who visit there. Whether it is a favorite performance place, an awe inspiring view, the location of a peak experience or simply fond memories, the common thread is a feeling of happiness. With our novel approach, technology (GPS Coordinates) meets emotion in a design that lets the wearer feel as though they are a part of a community that truly understands the essence of a place.
This is why we call the point where longitude, latitude and happiness connect “Happitude”. Our GPS hats (and momentarily, t-shirts) serve as a reference point for the memories created there. So where’s your hat?
The Original And Authentic GPS Hat.read on
There is nothing like time spent on the dock and this year we all got new hats!. This all too brief pause in our busy lives brings generations together, puts life in perspective and reminds us how good it is to laugh every day.read on
Thank you for being here. A simple idea that I had based on my affection for our family cottage and the memories that four generations have created there has struck a chord with people around the world. As we struggle with today’s many uncertainties it turns out that Happitude is a great reminder of how important the simple things in life are…family and friends and the places that bring us together. Happitude has been fortunate to receiveread on
Happitude is where you find it. The locations are limitless and each is truly unique. The family homestead, a vacation cottage, your wedding place, a favorite performing arts center or the school you attended. These hats are a gift or souvenir like no other, literally. Let the staff at Happituderead on
In 1943 my grandfather purchased a cottage on a small lake in Michigan. My father and his brother spent their summers there and I visited for the first time when I was eight months old. The heart of Franklin’s Folly, as it is called, is not actually the cottage but a twelve by twelve foot dock that sitsread on
The Beckwith and Barrow Gallery, lofted above Bistro Zinc in Lenox, looks at a glance like any other art gallery. Prints and paintings — the work of landscape photographer Scott Barrow and his wife, Karen Beckwith, respectively — hang throughout the well-lit interior and lie canted against the walls.read on
DestinationBride.com by Katie O’Malley
When we discovered Happitude hats we were, well, I guess you could say… happy! This unique and incredibly personal product is perfect for the bride and groom who want to remember their wedding location now and forever in clever style.
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