A Long Ride, A Short History
Similar to Neil Armstrong’s famous proclamation from the surface of the moon in 1969, the phrase “A long ride a short history” reminds us that one small step for Outerknown can inspire a giant leap for the fashion industry. That said, we’re constantly humbled by how challenging our mission of building sustainable clothing can be. Each season represents another layer of learning how to become better at what we do.Scroll down to explore
This winter, we traveled north with our collection to explore the protected banks of Lake Tahoe. A tight assortment of layering pieces, built with sustainable materials, by people who’s rights and conditions we’re proud to stand behind.
What’s more essential for winter than a beanie? This season we’ve created two styles: one in an organic cotton - baby alpaca blend and another in luxurious 100% alpaca heather… warm, soft, and naturally hypoallergenic.Shop This Look
Layering with Woven Flannels
After a polar bear swim in Lake Tahoe with our 100% regenerated Evolution Trunks, you’re going to need the Eugene. Built from the softest Portuguese flannel we’ve ever felt, this double layered flannel is a must have.Shop This Look
Part military parka, part shearling blanket hybrid, the Arroyo Coat is designed to be worn easily atop layers. Crafted from a sustainable hemp/organic cotton denim with a recycled polyester sherpa lining for extra warmth. Perfect for cooler climates, the durable Arroyo Coat feels as comfortable as your favorite blanket.Shop This Look
Looking for a different way to layer, how about a poncho? Try the over-dyed 100% Organic Cotton Baja Blanket Pullover or our Territory Trail Poncho, built from a baby alpaca blend wool. We also have a new take on a Bomber built in a sustainable camouflage, from a recycled wool blend .Shop This Look