Climate Crisis Catalog has reviewed and recommends these clothing makers because their products are ruggedly tested by consumers and have a sustainable mission/vision for the environment in their manufacturing practices and activist campaigns.
Our target market prefer jeans and boots over suits. You are more likely to be outdoor active than a couch potato. Clothes for you are a functional tool and not a fashion statement which are fickle and feckless.
If you are what you wear then these recommended clothes say you are an independent DIY type, ready to meet all challenges head-on in the climate crisis economy.
Embrace layering: In this tried-and-true strategy each clothing layer has a unique function, and you add or subtract those layers to adapt to changing conditions.
Anticipate conditions: Your health and protection is utterly dependent on what you packed, and your climate-controlled exit vehicle is many miles away.
Focus on function, not fashion: No one looks good when they feel miserable.
Get good hiking boots or trail shoes: One of the most important things you’ll wear on the trail, shoes are your first big decision.