The next day as we followed the trail out again it was even more harrowing than the day before. We returned to the distraction of Sasquatch. We began to wonder aloud which Sasquatch niche hadn’t been filled yet. We discussed many possibilities, ruling out those we thought we’d already seen, and the one that stuck was the idea of a Sasquatch in the classic trucker mud flap pose. We discussed it around the fire that night and some of the brothers and nephews were interested in pursuing the idea. After doing our research, we realized no one had yet marketed the image. We had a couple of our more talented family members sketch the male and female sasquatch in repose and Sassy-Squatch was born.
My wife likes the idea of a lumpy, hairy sex symbol. “It’s far more relatable to see Sassy with her paunch and Sass with his big forehead striking a sexy pose. In an era where everything is photoshopped and the media sets an unattainable goal for us, Sassy-Squatch is an image I can get behind. It’s the ultimate “I believe in you” statement. It became important to me to see Sassy-Squatch released.”
Sassy-Squatch has been a family collaboration. We plan to continue to expand our product line as we grow and we hope that you will join us on the journey and get your Squatch on!