Strong growth for Haglöfs
Haglöfs’ sales increased by 26 percent during the first half of 2021, compared to the same period last year. The strong performance is related to well-received product lines and an overall higher demand for high-quality outdoor equipment.
Haglöfs is taking action to ensure fair treatment of everyone involved in making their products
At Haglöfs, being a global citizen and taking responsibility for their supply chain is a high priority. The work Haglöfs carried out to reduce the vulnerability of workers amid the challenges of 2020 resulted in them achieving Fair Wear Leader status.
Haglöfs is now climate neutral but had to cheat to get there
Haglöfs joins the growing number of companies referring to themselves as “climate neutral” as they launch their new climate strategy: to reduce their emissions by 50% over the next 10 years and reach net zero by 2030, while taking full responsibility for the remaining emissions along the way.
Haglöfs challenges consumers to buy nothing new this Black Friday
Haglöfs continues to push back against the excessive consumption driven by exaggerated discounting of Black Friday with their Green Friday initiative – this year, using the day to launch a new second hand concept – Haglöfs Restored.
HAGLÖFS SUPPORTS THE GLOBAL CLIMATE STRIKE
The Swedish outdoor company will be closing its brand stores during the first strike so that all employees can take part.
HAGLÖFS INTRODUCES THE LEFTOVER SLEEPING BAG
The Haglöfs Leftover Sleeping bag looks different, because it is different. It's made from leftovers: hence its random colors. Pieces of high-performance material that, instead of being piled on to the world’s growing waste problem, have been turned into 105 comfortable sleeping bags - offering a great night's sleep on any outdoor adventure.
GRYM EVO JACKET | TOUGH, TECHNICAL AND SUSTAINABLE
The Grym Evo Jacket is one of the key pieces from Haglöfs’ forthcoming SS19 season. It’s a tough and technical 3-layer shell jacket, built with sustainability in mind. It's perfect for trekking activities and features everything you'll need for a trip deep into the wilderness.
HAGLÖFS FW19 – PAYING TRIBUTE TO HERITAGE
Haglöfs is known for pushing boundaries and bringing its own brand of innovation to the outdoor industry for more than a century. For its FW19 collection, the company has chosen to pay tribute to its heritage, launching a collection that fuses groundbreaking outdoor technology with a modern take on a traditional style of Swedish folk art called kurbits.
KHIONE & NENGAL | KEEP PERFORMING ON AND OFF PISTE
Haglöfs' two freeride product families, Khione and Nengal, have been developed and expanded with the introduction of the Khione 3L PROOF™ Jacket and Pant, and the Nengal 3L PROOF™ Parka and Pant. Each garment is made with Haglöfs’ own high-performance, fluorocarbon-free PROOF™ ECO material, and designed to bring out the best of your ability while tackling any terrain.
HAGLÖFS ACHIEVES FAIR WEAR FOUNDATION LEADER STATUS
Haglöfs, the only Nordic outdoor brand currently member of Fair Wear Foundation, has after several years of intensive work been awarded with ‘Leader’ status – the highest member category available.
Out now - Haglöfs Sustainability Report
Haglöfs has today released its annual Sustainability Report. In it, the Swedish outdoor gear manufacturer describes its extensive sustainability efforts in 2017 - relating to its products, the production of them, the people who work with them, and our planet.
The jacket you wear should not be found in the water you drink
They’re very small. Almost unseen by the naked eye. However, microplastics have started to clog ecosystems all around the world. Our oceans will soon likely have more plastic in them than fish. Take a look at what we’re doing to help address this here.
HAGLÖFS: THE ONLY NORDIC OUTDOOR BRAND IN FAIR WEAR FOUNDATION
Haglöfs has been a member of Fair Wear Foundation since 2012 and is today the only Nordic outdoor brand on the member list.
WATERPROOF WITHOUT THE F-WORD
Haglöfs have reinforced their commitment to fluorocarbon-free treatments on their products by vowing to the complete transition to more environmentally friendly substances by year 2020.
A sustainable outdoor industry. It's possible!
There is no such thing as a sustainable outdoor brand. No matter how good our intentions are, we always leave a footprint. It could be from the chemical composition of a material, the working conditions in a factory or the effect production and transport have on the climate.
Let us explain.
Before a product ends up in the store, it goes through many processes that all leave a footprint. For
MICROPLASTICS REDUCTION? IT’S IN THE BAG
Man-made fabrics release microplastics when washed, potentially causing pollution of the oceans. While searching for a permanent solution to the problem, Swedish outdoor company Haglöfs now offer a special washing bag that catches up to 99% of the microplastics originating from synthetic clothing.
Haglöfs Sustainability Report 2016
Our long-term sustainability goals are to minimize the impact on people and planet while at the same time allowing and inspiring people to get out there to beat the elements. We realize that the road to a sustainable future is paved with challenges since all our products make an impression on this fantastic planet we live on. Hard work, wise decisions as well as influencing our different sta
EVA MULLINS NEW SUSTAINABILITY MANAGER AT HAGLÖFS
In 2008 Haglöfs officially built its CSR and sustainability work into the centre of its development strategy and in recent years Haglöfs has developed into one of the world's leading outdoor companies in the area of sustainability. Now the company takes another step forward by appointing Eva Mullins as new Sustainability Manager.
Eva Mullins, 37, has worked for Haglöfs since 2008, and comes
LAVA™ – A SUSTAINABLE SOLUTION TO FIGHT BAD ODORS
Everyone sweats, and bodies and clothing inevitably start to smell from the effort of leading an active lifestyle. The reason for this is that bacteria, which live naturally on our skin, metabolize our sweat and it is this process that creates a bad odor. For a long time, anti-bacterial - or, in other words, bacteria-killing - technologies were the only solution used to counteract bad odors and in