Designed to support a better future, this collection is for the athletes and advocates helping to make that future a reality. In a series of short films, we explore what these changemakers are doing to repair and protect our relationship with the landscapes we all enjoy.
In the opening episode, we meet Jordan Daniel. A fourth-generation Indigenous runner, she’s the founder of Rising Hearts, a grassroots organization committed to elevating Indigenous voices.
Through her running, Jordan is able to reconnect with the land of her ancestors — land that is increasingly threatened by climate change and public development — and champion its protection and preservation.
Jordan wears the Zero Jacket from our new apparel collection.
In the second episode, we catch up with Oslo native, Hiking Patrol editor and Skyblazers member Patrick Stangbye.
For Patrick, the outdoors is a place of solace, as well as a source of inspiration. Running is his way of affirming that relationship. And it’s this connection that has shaped his desire to reduce his impact on the spaces he values so highly.
Patrick wears the Breaker-T from our new apparel collection.
In the final episode, we explore the world of Kesang Ball and Sam Blenkinsopp. Fueled by their love of travel, they co-founded Trippin’, an independent media platform that focuses on connecting cultures and communities worldwide.
Driven by a desire to help people explore the world around them with more purpose, the pair strongly believe that tourism can, and should, be used as a force for good. Their goal? To broaden our mental and cultural horizons, whilst doing as little damage to the natural and social landscape as possible.
Kesang and Sam wear the Active Jacket from our new apparel collection.