Thursday, July 19, 2012

The Wild Eagle Myachi: A Pakisack First

by Crazy Ivan

We knew they were coming and we knew that they'd be pretty sweet, but even our most optimistic hopes underestimated the new customs we got in for Dollywood this summer.

As our regular readers know, Dollywood opened a sick new winged coaster this year called the "Wild Eagle".  It's all the buzz among the roller coaster enthusiasts, so Dollywood came to us to see if we could help them out with some exclusive branded merch for the new ride.  We were happy to oblige for several reasons.

So we ended up making 12 new sacks altogether.  We did 3 "Dollywood" branded sacks in Pink, Blue and White.  That's something we've been wanting to do for a while anyway as a way of commemorating all of our history with Dollywood and the Dollywood brand.  It's been a big part of Myachi history and it seems only right to have their logo emblazoned on a sick Pakisack.

But the Wild Eagle ones dwarf the Dollywood sacks in sheer awesomeness.  We did them in 9 color combos including 3 different camouflage sacks, a White, a Black, two Blues, a Pink and an Orange.  All of them our proudly decorated with the "Wild Eagle" logo and all of them are sick jammers immediately.  Two of the cammos are a fabric type we've never used from Pakistan and though it doesn't have the quintessential grip of the traditional soft suedes, it does have the characteristic instant yumminess that we've come to expect out of Pakisacks.

But there's also something we don't usually expect out of Pakisacks: Keychain loops.

That's right, for the first time in the history of Pakisacks, the Keychain Loop is making a comeback.  This will probably be a temporary thing (don't expect all Pakisacks to have KCLs all of a sudden), but it certainly makes a cool addition to this summer's exclusive offerings.  Not only are these sacks all 1 of 100, but their value goes through the roof by adding something never seen before in that type of sack.

Right now these Myachis are exclusively available at our booth in Dollywood and many of the most popular colors will no doubt sell out there.  At only $8, it's a spectacular way to own a piece of Myachi history at a fantastic price.  Of course, this also assumes that you're near enough to Dollywood to make that happen.  If you have to buy a plane ticket from Switzerland to pick one up, the price doesn't seem as affordable I'll admit.

But if you miss out on them this summer, keep a close eye on this blog.  We may have a few leftovers after the summer ends that will wind up as prizes for a few of the "Back to School" contests we've got in mind for Fall 2012.

Oh, and sorry that I didn't include pictures.  They'll be up on our FB page soon.

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Dollywood 2012

by Crazy Ivan

Sorry it's been so long since I updated this thing.  I've been out in Pigeon Forge with Bones orchestrating Myachi's triumphant return to Dollywood.  They've added a new (and extremely awesome) roller coaster, given us a better set up and invited us back to rock it once more.

I know there are quite a few or our regular readers who are in driving distance of Dollywood so I hope to see all (or at least most) of them at one of our upcoming contests.  If nothing else, you have to stop by and meet Digit, Myth, Sticks and Beast, the new Myachi Masters in Training that are accompanying us on this little adventure.

Not enough to entice you?  Keep in mind that Lucky will be showing up in a couple of weeks and we hope to have Hard Kore back and rocking it out shortly after the Fourth of July.  And if that's not enough to get you out to see us, perhaps this POV video of Dollywood's new coaster will do the trick: