Multisport Journeys Adds to its "Kids" Artwork Collection with Baby Backpack Images from Consumer Contest

New customer inspired artwork is now available for imprint on MSJ’s casual and performance apparel line. Following a contest held on MSJ’s Facebook page, the Company has added new “moms with kids” images. Joining its boy on a balance bike artwork is baby and toddler backpack hiking images, rounding out MSJ’s ever-expanding sports and travel t-shirt, fleece and hat designs to include more young kids.

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Multisport Journeys Mom & Kids Hiking Gear

MSJ Baby Backpack & Toddler Hiking Designs

What better way to introduce your kids or grandkids to a healthy lifestyle then to include them with you while you hike, bike, ski or whatever your sports passion is

Ridgway, CO (PRWEB) October 08, 2012

Multisport Journeys (MSJ) has partnered with family blogger Tales of a Mountain Mama to find the best “kids playing sports” images to draw for its new kids artwork collection. Fans of both companies posted photos of themselves or loved ones carrying young kids outdoors on MSJ’s Facebook page. The submissions were so varied and great that MSJ selected two to draw in its unique style - a baby backpack and a toddler carrier from hiking fans.

“MSJ’s mission is to encourage everyone to be outdoors and active. What better way to introduce your kids or grandkids to a healthy lifestyle then to include them with you while you hike, bike, ski or whatever your sports passion is. Kids learn from example. We want to inspire moms, dads and grandparents to spend together time outdoors with their kids and grandkids through our gear,” MSJ founder and CEO Sue Field commented.

Tales of a Mountain Mama blog owner Amelia Mayer added, “we met MSJ at the Outdoor Retailer tradeshow and were immediately drawn to their message, artwork, customization options and the quality of their apparel line and gift items. By partnering, we were able to find great authentic family images and create new artwork to reward our fans.”

MSJ's website lets consumers create custom wearable art and accessories by mixing and matching single, triple or quadruple groupings of its sports and travel images. Your unique choice of images and words can be added to a garment in one of 3 ways: printed, laser etched or embroidered. The company offers over 250 products including casual wear, organic and high performance options. The finished result is uniquely your own! MSJ sells cotton and wicking short and long-sleeve t-shirts, hoodies, fleeces, hats, bibs and mugs that are available in men’s, women’s, youth, toddler and baby sizes.

About Tales of a Mountain Mama: A family blogger, Tales of a Mountain Mama aims to help families get outside and be active, even with their very young children. The blog includes lessons from the trail, tips and tricks, inspiration, gear reviews and plenty of giveaways. Tales is an online community that welcomes all adventurers - even the ones just looking for a reason to get out there. Amelia lives with her husband and two young boys at the gateway to Yellowstone National Park. They love to hike, bike, ski, run, get dirty and make memories while out exploring.

About Multisport Journeys: Anyone looking for fun and engaging ways to spend time outdoors, can be inspired by Multisport Journeys! Our new baby and toddler designs are now part of our art collection, which features female athletes. In addition to promoting “get active” ideas through our soon to be released e-books, we also offer original custom apparel and gifts that can commemorate any outing. With over 400 original sports and travel designs MSJ’s custom gear includes everything from mainstream sports (hiking, biking, skiing) to niche adventures (rock climbing, mountaineering) to team sports (soccer, lacrosse) to fitness (running, yoga), paddle (SUP, kayak) and travel (jeeping, ATVing) activities. MSJ’s artwork can be laser etched into high quality fleece jackets or vests, printed on casual cotton or technical wicking apparel and embroidered onto baseball caps, sun hats and snow beanies. To learn more about Multisport Journeys visit our website http://www.multisportjourneys.com