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Sustainability

Inspiring the team experience since 1997.

Producing our products here in the U.S.A. puts us miles ahead of most apparel manufacturers – thousands of miles. This alone gives us a significantly lower carbon footprint than most of our competitors. But the benefits go much further.

Running every aspect of our business under one roof gives us the ability to manage the everyday practices that make a big difference in our environmental impact. Our 2015 solar installation generates nearly 50% of our electricity. Every year, we recycle thousands of pounds of paper (a byproduct of our printing process). We use water-based inks. We print our marketing materials on recycled paper.  And we incorporate many green practices in our facility and in our daily routines.

Borah Solar Installation

By employing members of our community, we fuel our local economy in a rural area where employment opportunities are limited. Our centralized business also allows us the ultimate in quality control, so we have very few carbon-burning product returns.

Creating a positive and healthy work environment is also at the top of our list. That’s why we do things like Tai Chi Thursdays, paid exercise time, and other healthy initiatives to take the best care of our valued employees. Right now, we’re even building our own private hiking and mountain biking trail on the hills outside our back door. The lunch breaks are going to be amazing.

We invest in the next generation of cyclists by offering clinics, discounts, and seasonal jersey scholarships to high school cycling teams in select leagues.

Through The Borah Foundation, we have helped to fund the The Borah Epic – an annual point-to-point, single track challenge that runs from Cable to Hayward, Wisconsin. With a registration cap of 750 riders, the event has raised over $72,000 to benefit the Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association. CAMBA has built and continues to maintain over 100 miles of pristine singletrack trail, throughout northwest Wisconsin, a place where outdoor endurance athletes flock year-round for premium recreation, exercise and events.

Borah Epic Mountain Bike Race

It is our intention that you will feel as good about wearing our products as we do about making them. As we like to say, “It’s about much more than winning.”

Producing our products here in the U.S.A. puts us miles ahead of most apparel manufacturers – thousands of miles. This alone gives us a significantly lower carbon footprint than most of our competitors. But the benefits go much further.

Running every aspect of our business under one roof gives us the ability to manage the everyday practices that make a big difference in our environmental impact. Our 2015 solar installation generates nearly 50% of our electricity. Every year, we recycle thousands of pounds of paper (a byproduct of our printing process). We use water-based inks. We print our marketing materials on recycled paper.  And we incorporate many green practices in our facility and in our daily routines.

Borah Solar Installation

By employing members of our community, we fuel our local economy in a rural area where employment opportunities are limited. Our centralized business also allows us the ultimate in quality control, so we have very few carbon-burning product returns.

Creating a positive and healthy work environment is also at the top of our list. That’s why we do things like Tai Chi Thursdays, paid exercise time, and other healthy initiatives to take the best care of our valued employees. Right now, we’re even building our own private hiking and mountain biking trail on the hills outside our back door. The lunch breaks are going to be amazing.

We invest in the next generation of cyclists by offering clinics, discounts, and seasonal jersey scholarships to high school cycling teams in select leagues.

Through The Borah Foundation, we have helped to fund the The Borah Epic – an annual point-to-point, single track challenge that runs from Cable to Hayward, Wisconsin. With a registration cap of 750 riders, the event has raised over $72,000 to benefit the Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association. CAMBA has built and continues to maintain over 100 miles of pristine singletrack trail, throughout northwest Wisconsin, a place where outdoor endurance athletes flock year-round for premium recreation, exercise and events.

Borah Epic Mountain Bike Race

It is our intention that you will feel as good about wearing our products as we do about making them. As we like to say, “It’s about much more than winning.”

Producing our products here in the U.S.A. puts us miles ahead of most apparel manufacturers – thousands of miles. This alone gives us a significantly lower carbon footprint than most of our competitors. But the benefits go much further.

Running every aspect of our business under one roof gives us the ability to manage the everyday practices that make a big difference in our environmental impact. Our 2015 solar installation generates nearly 50% of our electricity. Every year, we recycle thousands of pounds of paper (a byproduct of our printing process). We use water-based inks. We print our marketing materials on recycled paper.  And we incorporate many green practices in our facility and in our daily routines.

Borah Solar Installation

By employing members of our community, we fuel our local economy in a rural area where employment opportunities are limited. Our centralized business also allows us the ultimate in quality control, so we have very few carbon-burning product returns.

Creating a positive and healthy work environment is also at the top of our list. That’s why we do things like Tai Chi Thursdays, paid exercise time, and other healthy initiatives to take the best care of our valued employees. Right now, we’re even building our own private hiking and mountain biking trail on the hills outside our back door. The lunch breaks are going to be amazing.

We invest in the next generation of cyclists by offering clinics, discounts, and seasonal jersey scholarships to high school cycling teams in select leagues.

Through The Borah Foundation, we have helped to fund the The Borah Epic – an annual point-to-point, single track challenge that runs from Cable to Hayward, Wisconsin. With a registration cap of 750 riders, the event has raised over $72,000 to benefit the Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association. CAMBA has built and continues to maintain over 100 miles of pristine singletrack trail, throughout northwest Wisconsin, a place where outdoor endurance athletes flock year-round for premium recreation, exercise and events.

Borah Epic Mountain Bike Race

It is our intention that you will feel as good about wearing our products as we do about making them. As we like to say, “It’s about much more than winning.”