Aina is eco-friendly clothing for an active lifestyle, whether you’re eco-trekking across Timbuktu, catching a surf at your secret spot, kayaking on Mosquito Lake, or relaxing with your friends and a pint, Aina has you covered with quality goods.
The goal of Aina is to make great clothes that have the least impact on the Earth (Aina) so we continue to have somewhere to get stoked while leaving our planet as pristine as we can.
Take a gander at Aina's line of quality organic cotton t-shirts and hoodies with water-based inks, Flexfit and trucker hats. Available online and in select retailers. Thanks for your support!
Back in late September of 2013 I was having a crappy day when I received an email that lifted my spirits. Someone that I know took a minute of their time to do something that probably would seem small and trivial to most, but could result in a positive outcome. It got me thing about an article that an old high school friend had recently wrote; “Stand Up For Something, Staying Good At Life”. The major part of the article is “Assistance comes in many forms. Volunteer in your community. Help by giving someone a good referral. Put in a good word for someone. Hold open a door for someone. Make a donation. Be active in your community. Smile at someone.” So I came up with this idea for the month, Helptoberfest and for the month of October I posted about different charities, events and inspirational quotes. I skipped last year for whatever reason, but this year I want to expand upon this idea. For the month of October I will donate 15% of sales to charities and organizations that are environmentally and/or outdoor focused. I’ll donate to five different groups, one will be highlighted for a six day period. If you are involved with or know of one that you would like to see featured let me know. Aina is a very small business, it won’t be a lot of coin, but every bit helps.
Hopefully this reminds you to “Stay Good At Life”. Stay Good At Life
Ice Age Trail Alliance
Helptoberfest is hiking down the trail and off into the sunset with the Ice Age Trail Alliance being the final beneficiary. Now through October 31st, Aina Clothing will donate 15% of sales to help support their mission to create, support and protect a thousand-mile footpath tracing Ice Age formations across Wisconsin.
15,000 years ago during the Ice Age, much of North America lay under a huge glacier. Mammoths, saber tooth cats and cave lions roamed the earth! Some of the best evidence of this glacier is found in Wisconsin’s many lakes, river valleys, gently rolling hills, and ridges. The nearly 1,200 mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail traces the glacier's edge.