Your direct connection to the hearts and minds of the Evercave-dwellers. We are a sometimes playful, sometimes thoughtful, always passionate people. Our interests are many, though superheroes and sports top the list, of course. Use the tags to find what YOU like best!
We love hearing from our customers. It's one thing to sell a product, but when you see the smiles and fun that our customers are having with our products, it just makes us happy. As you all continue to share your super photos with us, we can't help but brag and share with the world. Over the past few months we have outfitted super readers, teachers, runners, valet parking attendants, and even a mayor!
In 2009, moms of children battling congenital heart defects wanted to empower their children throughout their journey. They learned by wrapping their child in the simple idea of a superhero cape, their children felt invincible while visiting their cardiologists. In many cases, the children found comfort in their cape amidst a crowd of medical professionals, especially if they couldn’t have the comfort of their parents’ arms during some procedures.
One of our mottos around the office is - Life is more fun with a cape! We enjoy what we do because we get to interact with real superheroes everyday - YOU! You wear the capes and we are always elated to receive photos that prove our motto is right.
It is finally here! We have waited weeks for it to arrive in the Evercave and it sure does make a beautiful sound. We like to think of it as a power tool with thread. Our embroidery machine is our newest superhero weapon and it deserves a cape.
As Everfan continues to grow we are constantly getting request for unique, "One-of-A-Kind" orders. While we offer the ability to customize any cape of your choice, we wanted to expand our offerings and meet our customer's requests.
“Diagnosed with Spina Bifida before he was born, Hunter has had more than 15 surgeries and can understand more medical terms than most adults. But he is like any other kid: he wants to have friends and as much fun as possible. Having a pair of Peach’s Neet Feet has helped him open up to other people when they ask about his shoes. He is also learning the importance of helping others and now sponsors shoes for other kids with his own money.”
I, unfortunately, have needed an MRI at a point in my life. There were 1,000,000 things I would have rather been doing. A confined space, not being allowed to move and a cold environment made for an unpleasant and somewhat fearful moment ... and I was 18.