Show your pride in our elusive local mascot with some fun finds with local ties.

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There is, of course, a music festival at the Gorge every May, and the Honobia Bigfoot Festival in Oklahoma begins next week. But in the Pacific Northwest, we celebrate Sasquatch year-round.

Show your pride in our elusive local mascot with some fun finds with local ties.

Sock It to Me Sasquatch Valentine Socks ($11 at Retroactive Kids, Columbia City). As with Sasquatch, these Bigfoot-printed socks will remain mostly hidden, with glimpses seen by only the most astute hunter. The red color and love theme make them perfect for the upcoming winter holidays.

Liberty BottleWorks Sasquatch Aluminum Water Bottle ($24 at Bartell Drugs). The Union Gap company’s light, aluminum water bottles can be had in many fun styles, but the Bigfoot bottle is a Northwest classic, and is perfect to take on camping trips in the deep, dark woods.

Careful It Bites Woolly Sasquatch Plush ($38 at etsy.com/shop/carefulitbites). Handmade in Seattle, this soft lovey will be your child’s best friend — as long as she can find him! Customize your Sasquatch with four eye colors, or opt for fabric eyes for the youngest set.

Liberty BottleWorks Sasquatch Water Bottle, $24; Archie McPhee Yeti Ornament, $15
Liberty BottleWorks Sasquatch Water Bottle, $24; Archie McPhee Yeti Ornament, $15

Orange Twist Sasquatch and Balloons Organic Cotton Baby Romper ($28 at Venue, Ballard, and orangetwistcards.com). Screen-printed in Seattle with water-based ink, this sweet onesie shows Squatch’s softer side.

Archie McPhee Yeti Ornament ($15 at Archie McPhee, Wallingford). Archie McPhee is loaded with Bigfoot-themed gear, but let’s not forget the creature’s mountain-dwelling cousin, the Yeti. The white glass will glow on your tree and bring some snowy spirit to your holidays.