Warstic's one of a kind concept store is now open! We got a tour recently and whether you’re into baseball or not, it’s a super cool space to check out…and there’s a coffee shop to enjoy!
Updated January 2022
What do musician Jack White, graphic designer Ben Jenkins, and former Texas Rangers player Ian Kinsler have in common? They all founded Warstic, a sporting goods maker and apparel brand! It’s foremost known for craft wood baseball bats, but they also have a cool brand that combines sports, great design and the love of music!
HQ + STORE
The 8,000 sq ft space includes their HQ, store, a custom baseball and softball bat making studio, a wood bat factor, a coffee shop, and a private speakeasy!
Multiple types of woods, colors and more allow you to customize a bat, or choose a premade one and test it out at the batting cage located behind the coffee shop. Invite your friends to watch from the baseball dug out style patio. Jack White even hinted at future concerts in the patio parking lot space!
Warstic also makes fishing, hunting, lacrosse, hockey, surf and snowboard gear. They also have a line of apparel from T-shirt’s to hats, all with a hipster look to them.
LATHE & STAIN ROOM
The Warstic Lathe & Stain Room is a wood bat factory and stain development lab with a custom crafted baseball and softball making machine. If you visit the store while the room is in use, make sure to watch the bat making process.
DBLHAWK Coffee is their coffee bar with a modern Southwestern atmosphere. Whites, leathers and imagery of wildlife make it a great spot to stop by for a cup of coffee while you shop!
And last but not least, there’s an underground speakeasy, The Woodmen’s Lounge with a stage, 1940s-era bar, vintage baseball games and lots of memorabilia! It’s not open to the public, at least yet. It’s meant for traveling baseball teams, the Warstic sandlot team and other invited guests. But maybe one day it’ll be more open to the public, because it’s pretty darn cool!