Don’t you hate it when companies say they’re donating a “portion” of their profits to charity, but never tell you how much they’re giving or where it's going?

Well, here’s our deal—we’re hikers first, we love the outdoors, and we give away 10% of our profits every year to wilderness groups. 

Your purchase ensures that groups like Oregon Wild, Ventana Wilderness Alliance, Friends of the Inyo, and Washington Wilderness Coalition get the funds they need to continue their important work. Below are the organizations we're proud to support in their mission to keep the West Coast wild.    

Friends of the Inyo

On the eastern edge of California, there exists a vast and wild landscape where bighorn sheep roam across alpine ridges, golden trout brighten tumbling streams, and the Milky Way outshines city lights. Founded in 1986, Friends of the Inyo is a Bishop, CA-based nonprofit conservation organization dedicated to the preservation, exploration, and stewardship of the region’s public lands. Friends of the Inyo cares for the Inyo Wilderness by connecting people to the wonders of the Eastern Sierra’s public lands. Learn more at


Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center

The Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center is an advocate for the forests, wildlife, and waters of the Klamath and Rogue River Basins of southwest Oregon and northwest California. They use environmental law, science, collaboration, education, and grassroots organizing to defend healthy ecosystems and help build sustainable communities. Formed in 1997, KS Wild fights for protection and restoration of the incomparable ecological riches of southwest Oregon and northwest California. We monitor public lands in the Rogue River/Siskiyou, Klamath, Six Rivers and Shasta-Trinity National Forests, and the Medford and Coos Bay Districts of the Bureau of Land


Ventana Wilderness Alliance

The VWA is a grassroots organization whose mission is to protect, preserve, and restore the wilderness qualities and biodiversity of the public lands within California's northern Santa Lucia Mountains and Big Sur coast.


Oregon Wild

“To those devoid of imagination, a blank place on the map is a useless waste; to others, the most valuable part.” —Aldo Leopold.
Oregon Wild works to make sure blank places on the map stay blank. They do it by building grassroots support and convincing elected officials to preserve ancient forests, clean rivers, and pristine backcountry areas. For more than 30 years, Oregon Wild has worked to keep Oregon a special place to live, work, and play. Find out more at


Los Padres ForestWatch

Los Padres ForestWatch is a community-based nonprofit organization that is leading efforts to protect the Los Padres National Forest and other public lands along California’s Central Coast. Through innovative field work, scientific collaboration, and legal advocacy, they work to preserve and restore the forests, mountain streams, rolling hills, wetlands, coastal areas, and wildlife of this spectacular area.


Pacific Crest Trail Association

Zigzagging its way from Mexico to Canada through California, Oregon, and Washington the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) boasts the greatest elevation changes of any of America’s National Scenic Trails. It passes through six out of seven of North America’s ecozones, including high and low desert, old-growth forest, and alpine country. The mission of the Pacific Crest Trail Association is to protect, preserve, and promote the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail as an internationally significant resource for the enjoyment of hikers and equestrians, and for the value that wild and scenic lands provide to all people. 


Washington Wilderness Coalition

Since 1979, Washington Wild has been instrumental in permanently protecting over one million acres of wilderness in Washington state, including the Wild Sky Wilderness. Washington Wild protects and restores wild lands and waters in Washington State through advocacy, education, and civic engagement.


The Conservation Alliance

The Conservation Alliance’s mission is to engage businesses to fund and partner with organizations to protect wild places for their habitat and recreation values. The Conservation Alliance is a group of outdoor industry companies that disburses its collective annual membership dues to grassroots environmental organizations. They direct their funding to community-based campaigns to protect threatened wild habitat, preferably where outdoor enthusiasts recreate. Since its inception in 1989, the Alliance has contributed nearly $13 million to grassroots conservation groups throughout North America.


Desert Survivors

Desert Survivors was founded in 1981 with the mission of experiencing, sharing, and protecting desert wilderness. Recognizing that the places they love to explore will not remain wild unless they give others the opportunity to experience them, Desert Survivors is committed to actively monitoring and preserving desert wilderness. In addition to its advocacy work, Desert Survivors leads free backpacking trips and car camps for people of all levels of skill and fitness.