BELIEVE IN STYLE® &
ELEVATE YOUR CRAFT®
SAUCER aims to advance mankind through the development of innovative products for ufology and space enthusiasts. Much like the performance of a flying saucer, we embrace the ability to move in any direction, at any speed, and at any altitude in pursuit of self-enrichment. "Elevate Your Craft®" holds significance with both the concept of a flying spacecraft and the notion of taking what one desires to the next level.
MADE IN THE U.S.A.
With our commitment to offer only the finest and most durable products, we strive to keep all production within the United States. The fabric for the vast majority of our t-shirts and sweatshirts is sustainably dyed and cut in California. All SAUCER products are conceptualized, embroidered, pressed, stitched, packaged, and shipped out of Los Angeles, California. By keeping the majority of our production within the U.S.A., we ensure that an everlasting unmatched quality goes into every single piece that we release.
An Exclusive Interview
The Origins of SAUCER
Learn about the Origins of SAUCER through this exclusive and in-depth 40-minute interview conducted by world-renowned filmmaker and investigative journalist Jeremy Corbell.
For the first time ever, SAUCER’s founders, David, Nick, and Faye, discuss how the now-iconic SAUCER logo was created, how the company was formed, and much more. This is the first filmed interview to feature all three founders of SAUCER delving into the company's origins.
"It's an amazing collection!"
"I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!"
"I am honored to collaborate with Saucer. Great people, great products and so importantly supportive of the UFO study."
"Just the packaging, it's like this, it looks like the Roswell craft material, it's iridescent, I mean I'm telling you. I’m telling you when I receive a product from SAUCER, I know you can tell it's hand-done, and then every choice, even from just the packaging it really reminds me of the Flying Saucer stuff. And look, I think people need to, they'll see that when you give them a product but also just your passion for the details, that's what is so cool. You're continuously creating new product lines but all around the same idea of like elevating your craft. I think that's so important. You are doing that, not just saying that."