Due to COVID-19, as well as higher than normal shipping volumes at the US Postal Service,
orders and returns with Standard Shipping may be delayed up to two weeks in some areas.
If your order is time sensitive, we recommend choosing an expedited shipping option to
ensure timely delivery.
Because the health of our Customer Service team is super important to us, we have
temporarily shut down our phone support to keep them working safely from home. You can
still chat and email us, but please note that we are receiving a higher volume which is
contributing to longer than usual wait times. Our team is working hard to answer all
customer inquiries as quickly as possible.
We can’t help but be excited to see you, so we’re doing
everything we can to make our stores safe and happy spaces
during this time. That means that while we're opening for limited hours and at
a limited capacity, we'll still be offering other options.
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What to expect when in our store:
When it comes to performance products, we have the inside line. We size up the best of what’s out there, very
often making bets on small businesses run by women who are not only breaking the ceiling, but raising the
roof and their voices too. They personally know what it takes to run hard, stand tall, climb high and go
deep - and craft accordingly.
Mallory has always been an artist. She’s got an architecture degree in her back pocket
it was a $100 serger that changed her path. Boldly colorful and thoughtfully designed, Kind Apparel’s
adventure-ready off erings utilize fabrics made from recycled plastics, featuring the company’s own
A personal desire for exciting athletic gear drove Amelia Leme to proves
sustainability doesn't have to be boring. With lively prints and sustainable materials, Mana Threads is
rooted in hard-adventuring sisterhood. Their gear lets us get lost in life, then simply rinse and
Say goodbye to watered-down "women's specific." Fueled by freedom of choice and power
of ownership that propels Coalition Snow, Jen is bringing that same zeal to proactive prints as
editor-in-chief of SISU Magazine.
One encounter with Jennifer Ferguson is all it takes to understand her fiery passion
for life. A group fitness instructor and busy mom of two young kids, Jennifer couldn't find a bra that
could keep up. Named because she is quite the "handful" herself, Handful aims to help women prioritize
themselves and their "happy-active" life. Their sports bras are designed by women who have thought of
all the details. And, they offer extra support to breast cancer survivors through their Breast Friends
Forever program. They've got our backs–and most definitely, our fronts.
Born to provide women with the options they deserve, Wild Rye was built on the belief
that better gear for women is both possible and essential. With their collection of mountain-mastering
apparel, Cassie takes on the task of building confidence, protecting our play places, and
empowering women from the back country to the boardroom - starting with feeling comfortable in our
When it comes to women, sports and clothes, there is no greater expert than our pal
Sally Bergesen, the founder of Oiselle. Fed up with ad agency work and the state of women’s running
apparel, Sally launched her own company in 2007. When she’s not taking her runway-inspired apparel to
women runners, she is taking on the entrenched interests of Nike, the USATF and Madison Ave.
After wearing a plain-jane pair of compression socks on a flight home from Africa,
Creative Director Susan was impressed by the way her legs felt, but wasn't so thrilled by the way they
looked. She put her design background to work and Lily Trotters was born-marathon-strong compression
socks that are still comfortable (and cute) enough for the daily grind.
Training to Summit Mount Rainier while wrangling two small children, Mina Yoo
constantly needed an extra hand. That is where Heroclip was born. Driven by a love for exploring,
Heroclip makes it easier to do all the things we already do every day.
It all started with a need for a great board short and a rash guard that fit. Surfers
and friends turned business partners, Jennifer Hinton and Thayer Sylvester took a conversation from a
surf trip and built a brand around it. The perfect balance of fashion and function, Carve Designs
delivers gear that keeps up with “real women with real bodies and a real passion for
Conservationist, musician and protector of the wild. This wild woman merged her love
of animals, the environment and art to create a business that donates up to 10% of sales to
organizations that protect the Earth. We love her mission so much, it was a no brainer to carry her
hats. Oldest piece of gear? Her 15 year old sleeping bag.
An Outward Bound instructor turned hand-crafted jeweler. Bronwen began making jewelry
out of gortex thread and other materials scavenged from the repair room. Her jewelry, like the women who
wear it, is feminine, fierce and made for adventure. And when she’s not riding roughshod over the
demands of running a small business, she’s on her favorite ride: a cargo bike (with her 6 year old
daughter as the cargo).