Proof Eyewear

February 16th, 2015 by

The three brothers from Idaho create hand-crafted eyewear from the most sustainable woods out there. They have eco-friendly frames and their family has been in the wood business for a very long time. Since no two trees are exactly alike, no two pairs of Proof glasses are either. They have $433k in sales over 12 months and they predict doubling it. People like Snoop Dogg and Beyonce have worn their glasses. They have a big order from Pacific Sunwear.


Robert and Kevin bicker about the differences in their offers as the brothers make a phone call to their dad. The guys ask if either shark would be able to up their money offer. They ask Robert for $200k for 20% of the company, but Robert wants to stick with his original offer. That’s not something the brothers can do. Robert is disappointed, but the brothers are proud that they stayed true to their vision.

Hip Chixs

February 16th, 2015 by

These two sorority sisters from the great state of Texas have created a fun, sexy denim line. Their jeans stop unsightly images like “whale tale” and “muffin top.” You’ll have to watch the episode if you want to know what those phrases mean. Anyway, the girls have $12,000 in sales in a year.

         Kevin says the ladies aren’t making any money due to their problematic profit margin. Robert doesn’t believe the one store they are in is enough for him to invest. He’s out. Daymond believes they ladies should partner up with a female celebrity that may bite on their product, but he can’t invest in them at this point in time. Lori thinks the ladies should design something unique and different, but jeans aren’t it. She’s out. Mark doesn’t believe the ladies should stop what they are doing, but he can’t help them. Kevin disagrees with Mark. He believes there is no chance they’ll ever make it in the jeans business. He’s out, too.

Muddy Water Camo

February 16th, 2015 by

Steve believes they have created a new kind of camouflage that he feels will revolutionize the hunting industry. Steven has been a professional wildlife photographer for over 30 years. He knows how important proper camouflage is in his line of work. The guys teamed up to create a product that helps them truly become part of the great outdoors. They have $150k in sales so far in the year.

Addison’s Wonderland

February 16th, 2015 by

The ladies have created a unique, versatile line of children’s bedding. Brittany didn’t like what was out there as far as decorative patterns when it came time to do up her daughter Addison’s room. So she created her own line and partnered with Brooke. They have a website where customers can build an entire collection. They’ve sold $130k in a year. The average order size is between $800 and $1,200.