When I went to my first retail trade show in Utah, and the whole time I was both overwhelmed and stimulated by all the products I saw. On my way out, with starry and tired eyes and sore feet, I walked by a booth with the most beautiful prints, styles and fabrics I had ever seen. Long after I arrived back in Chicago, I could not get the brand out of my head and started obsessively researching Maloja.
This German company sets high quality, honesty, and environmental standards as well as upholding a strong commitment to the community. In all Maloja international facilities, child labor, forced labor, and worker discrimination is prohibited, and safe working conditions and social standards are implemented. Their wool and down components are harvested humanely from their well-kept stock of ducks, geese, and sheep.
Maloja has been internationally recognized and approved by many well established environmental agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency in the USA, ECO CIRCLE (a Japanese textile recycling company), REACH (the European Union’s chemical legislation), and the European Union’s Biocidal Production Regulation.
Their clothing is designed to fit well and is durable through your every adventure. Maloja is an amazing brand I want to bring to the road and mountain biking community in Door County.