Paskho Apparel Update | Shark Tank Season 13

After finding success in the fashion world, Patrick Robinson entered Shark Tank Season 13 to pitch his new brand, Paskho Apparel. With a focus on community-made clothing, Patrick is seeking to create a high-quality fashion brand while providing livable wages to low-income areas. Find out if Patrick was able to patch together a deal and the company’s post-show journey with our Paskho update.

If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to Paskho after Shark Tank!

Patrick Robinson appeared on Shark Tank Season 13 and left without a deal. In terms of a Paskho update, the company is still in business since appearing on Shark Tank and had an estimated $5 million in revenue in 2022. Further, Patrick has entered new business ventures including a shoe collaboration with Allen Edmonds, and founded AwareMade, a project to establish workshops that boost job creation in underserved communities.

Shark:  Result: 
Mark Cuban No offer
Barbara Corcoran No offer
Lori Greiner No offer
Kevin O’Leary No offer
Emma Grede No offer

Shark Tank Paskho Update

Pashko Update Shark Tank

  • Entrepreneur: Patrick Robinson
  • Business: Community-made clothing and fashion line
  • Ask: $500,000 for 2.5% equity
  • Result: No deal
  • Shark: None

It’s always a good sign when you walk into the Shark Tank and one of the sharks instantly says that they recognize you. That was the case for Patrick Robinson, who is a legendary designer in the fashion world. After years of building brands for other companies, Patrick decided it was time to launch his own — Paskho Apparel.

4-Way Stretch Fabric
Paskho Serene Womens Ultra Comfortable Pants

These masterfully tailored pants have an elasticated moisture-wicking waistband with an interior drawcord for a personalized fit.

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The goal of the company is to create quality clothing while providing new opportunities for underserved communities. Part of this commitment includes creating Maker Pods and providing living wage jobs for skilled craftspeople in the United States.

However, despite an admirable social mission and high fashion pedigree, Patrick tells the sharks that he’s having supply chain issues and has a massive customer acquisition cost of $95.

Despite doing $6.7 million in sales in 2019, the company wasn’t able to turn a profit. He states that he believes they’ll be profitable once they cross the $7 million mark.

Guest shark Emma Grede cuts right to the chase, asking why revenue dropped during Covid when the upscale athleisure style of his garments were top sellers for every other clothing company.

Mark Cuban and Emma then join forces to dig deeper into the problems Patrick is facing, suggesting either the customers aren’t there or they aren’t resonating with his story.

Jumping in to say he only invests in proven businesses, Kevin O’Leary is the first to go out.

Barbara Corcoran connected emotionally with the presentation but notes that Patrick’s lack of clarity in his business operations and finances take her out.

Emma Grede takes a moment to fangirl over following Patrick’s fashion career before declining due to his lack of customer connection.

Lori cites her lack of knowledge in the clothing industry as why she goes out as well.

Mark Cuban declines to invest because he doesn’t think Patrick has figured out the “how” when it comes to current selling trends, leaving Paskho without a shark investor.

This just goes to show that even if you’re a well-known creator, it doesn’t mean you’ll get a deal with the sharks.

What’s the most recent Paskho update since their Season 13 appearance?

Paskho has been fairly quiet on social media this past year. Despite having $5 million in revenue in 2022, the Paskho website is currently having a final sale of all inventory, alongside a note about delayed shipping dates.

While it’s unclear if the Paskho brand will continue in its current form, the designer recently announced a shoe collaboration with Allen Edmonds and a new project called AwareMade that establishes workshops in underserved communities with a focus on sustainable sourcing.

So, it appears that Patrick will be keeping busy while continuing to use his platform as a champion for economic and social equality.

If we get more news on a Paskho update, we will be sure to let you know. In the meantime, be sure to check out more company updates from Shark Tank Season 13 Episode 1:

For more on Shark Tank Season 13, be sure to check out our Season 13 products page.

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