These brands and products have run through a GRV Transparency Tool version of either last year (2018) or this year (2019).
This process is a voluntary procedure, which results in a comprehensive overview on topics concerning the environment and social practice.
The innovative German brand is run by people, who all love action sports like skateboarding, surfing, mountain-biking and snowboarding.
Since all of these activities are depending on nature being intact, it is so important for them to save the environment from unnecessary harm. The name „bleed“ ...(find out more)
Re:Down® commits to deliver an alternative down product to the outdoor industry with clear sustainability advantages. Due to its unmatched qualities, down is a very desirable ingredient for outdoor products and creates an increasing demand. Recycled down helps to lighten the pressure on the production of virgin down.
In all ...(find out more)
Like it’s founders, Early Bird Skis carry the values of sustainability in their core. Made of FSC certified wood and by using 100% natural flax fibres and bio-based epoxy, the scenario for a lower environmental impact and strong technical performance is optimised.
Of course skis don’t biodegrade- ...(find out more)
Lundhags is a brand with traditions and a strong focus on quality first. Due to its size and focussed product portfolio, the staff has a good insight into supply chain transparency with personal relationships to their manufacturing facilities. The annual product portfolio is relatively compact, focusing on ...(find out more)
Vaude has a strong vision of corporate responsibility in the outdoor industry. It is defined with clear-cut guidelines and communicated openly. There is a CSR team with members from all company divisions as a driving force ensuring that sustainability issues are anchored throughout the company. One of the ...(find out more)
Bergans is a family owned business with a strong Scandinavian mindset: reduced design, clear guidelines and innovative quality oriented material choices. The last five years, they have successfully focussed their sustainability achievements according to a roadmap called “Expedition 2020”. They continue ...(find out more)
Salewa, the all-round Mountain Outfitter, is a family owned business and part of the Oberalp Group, headquartered in Bolzano in the heart of the Dolomites. Thanks to their really engaged and heart driven staff, CSR subjects are implemented into all operational ...(find out more)
This relatively young German brand demonstrates incredible foresight. Pyua has managed to close the loop within its own value chain: they are creating outerwear with a circular design approach by using Polyester mono-material fabrics and components and have a very accessible take back system in Europe via the ...(find out more)
Burton has been the snowboard market leader from the beginnings of this sport and is gearing all products and processes towards sustainability. Looking at Burton’s large and diverse product portfolio, this is a real challenge, which they tackle ...(find out more)