Head on over to Sunday River Sports and shop with the environment in mind, whether it’s buying holiday gifts or choosing your new ski outfit for the 2020/21 season:
Patagonia has been leading the charge in sustainability for years and with a mission statement “build the best product, cause no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis,” they are setting the bar high. All of their cotton clothing is certified organic, they have a full-fledged repair center, most materials are made from recycled fabrics, and they belong to both the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, and 1% For the Planet. This is just a shortlist of all that they do.
Working hard to protect our playground, Burton has released their 2020 Sustainability Goals for not only their products, but their events, their people, and their practices. They are working towards 100% sustainable cotton, 100% PFC-Free DWR, utilizing more recycled materials, and much more. They are a Certified B Corporation and have been working with bluesign® since 2011 to work towards 100% approval on all products.
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New to Sunday River Sports, this stylish brand designs eco-friendly, organic, and recycled apparel and products for the outdoors. The brand reuses all its offcuts to minimize textile waste and is a member of the Fair Wear Foundation, working to ensure good working conditions for its workers. Starting in Fall 2020, they added a Lifetime Repair Warranty to all of their outerwear.
You can’t miss this “Sportswear for Girls by Girls” brand in the shop. Their base layers and outerwear have the best patterns and styles for a winter on the slopes. Kari Traa’s clothing is mostly made from wool, which is super eco-friendly, but when other materials are needed, they do their best to make them 100% free from bad chemicals through REACH, random testings, and phasing out antifungal and antibacterial treatments.