Climbing Gear Guide
Sustainability is a journey, and supporting companies that travel this path will encourage them and others to do the same, raising the bar for all. Some links may be affiliates, and please support your local retailers when possible!
Corporate environmental and social activism, innovation renewable materials, efforts to reduce consumerism and repair instead of buying new, materials traceability, environmental grants, organic cotton, traceable down, Fair Trade Certified, animal welfare for wool supply, pays employees to take time off and volunteer,
Rewear program to promote recycling and reselling clothing, focus on durability to promote long-term usage, Worldwide Responsible Apparel Program, bluesign, Camber Outdoors commitment to leadership opportunities for women,
Fair Wear Foundation Leader Status, Responsible Down Standard, No-mulesing wool, Solar panels on headquarters and warehouse produce all energy needed and rest is fed back into the grid, e-bike charging station, efficient LED lighting, carbon footprint analysis with SGS, emissions compensation through myclimate, in-house childcare, extended maternity leave, free company gym, over 75% of fabrics are either bluesign or OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified, PFC reduction, Restricted Substances Policy for harmful chemicals in products, Klimahaus Work & Life Sustainability Seal, Living Green Roof on headquarters, thermal energy storage system, on-site organic garden tended by refugees, Sherpa Women Project to train Nepali women as mountain guides, school/medical facility constructed in Bolivia, emphasis and research on microfiber plastic reduction, care & repair workshop,