Coalatree designs eco-minded gear and apparel for the adventurer in everyone, from athletes and photographers to average city folks and weekend warriors.
Coalatree started out as a self-sustaining organic farm in Colorado. The farm focused around a “reap what you sow” mentality, and integrated sustainable practices with quality products. Wanting to create their own workwear, Coalatree launched a line of clothing in 2010, and has continued on to the outdoor industry, all while maintaining roots in sustainably produced goods.
Coalatree is committed to creating impact in their community through the sales of their products. Each year Coalatree uses surplus fabric to create warm blankets for those experiencing homelessness in their hometown of Salt Lake City, Utah. They also partner with local organizations to maintain the hiking and biking trails in the area and to protect the integrity of local watersheds.
In partnership with the Adopt-A-Native-Elder Program, Coalatree is committed to distributing life-sustaining support to indigenous Navajo Elders. In addition, they frequently partner with local environmental groups and donate thousands of dollars in cash and gear to the Anasazi Foundation, a non-profit wilderness therapy program for youth.