As trail runners, we rely on our nation’s public lands to do what we love. These wild places give us joy and inspiration, challenge us, and provide a satisfying sense of freedom. Our shared lands provide substantial benefits for both natural and human communities, from protecting wildlife habitat and clean water to sustaining outdoor recreation opportunities and associated industries. It only seems right to protect these lands for generations to come, so that all may have access to the wonders of the outdoors in perpetuity.
Unfortunately, in several Western states these lands are now under threat. In 2015 the U.S. Senate passed legislation to enable the sale or transfer of public lands to state or local governments. Now several states have introduced bills to their legislatures that could turn these public lands over to the states to sell. This trend threatens the fundamental American tenet that public lands belong to everyone.
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All proceeds benefit the Wilderness Society
Since 1935, The Wilderness Society has led the effort to permanently protect nearly 110 million acres of wilderness in 44 states. The Wilderness Society's mission is to protect wilderness and inspire Americans to care for our wild places. Learn more at www.wilderness.org
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Orders close on April 26. Shirts will ship mid-May and will arrive by the end of May - just in time for summer!
Description: This shirt is incredibly soft and comfortable - perfect for kicking around town after a morning on the trails. It features a retro, badge-inspired design depicting the mountains and trees we love!
Product specs: 100% combed and ring-spun cotton. The Navy is "speckled" with different-colored threads, like funfetti cake. The Forest green fabric is plain (no speckles).
Sizing is unisex. Chest measurements:
- X-Small 31" - 34"
- Small 34" - 37"
- Medium 38" - 41"
- Large 42" - 45"
- X-Large 46" - 49"
Feel good about this product. Each shirt is sweatshop free and manufactured in Los Angeles, California, in an eco-friendly and paper-free warehouse. Shirts are printed in San Rafael, California, by a locally-owned business. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of this product go to The Wilderness Society as part of the Run Wild initiative.