Our goal is to become a sustainable company in the coming years without losing the performance of our gloves. As of today, we have implemented the environmental footprint of our products, introducing new materials, changing design techniques and removing plastics from shipping and packaging.
Junior's Animal Mitten Made of 100% recycled materials
For this season, we developed our first green model. The Animal Junior is designed with only recycled materials, making it a milestone and the perfect green choice for many young skiers. Now, we are working on several new models to upscale the range of fully recycled products.
We want to share this adventure with you
We are aware of our ecological footprint, and we want to help the environment with small daily actions. We organized clean-up sessions to keep our own backyards in the best possible way for the next generations. We partnered with ski schools in Bormio, San Sicario and Kaprun and inspired young people to care for their local space. These activities are meant to be not only useful and educational, but also a fun way to come together with friends and family. We want to raise awareness among young skiers and motivate them to respect and cherish our beautiful mountains.
We are now partnering with Save Soil
Conscious Planet is an effort to raise human consciousness and bring a sense of inclusiveness such that multifarious activities of our societies move into a conscious mode. An effort to align human activity to be supportive of nature and all life on our planet. Our work is towards creating a planet where a large number of Human Beings act consciously, governments are elected consciously, where ecological issues become election issues in the world. The Save Soil Movement will work toward this by: Turning the world attention to our dying soil. Inspiring about 4 billion people (60% of the world’s electorate of 5.26 billion) to support policy redirections to safeguard, nurture and sustain soils. Driving national policy changes in 193 nations toward raising and maintaining the organic content of soils to a minimum of 3-6%.