Do you know the sustainable truth behind our brand, Nau? Nau designs fashionable clothes with functionality and aesthetic appeal in mind. More importantly, they focus on committing to social and environmental standards. Their clothing takes a life-cycle approach and are sourced down to the fiber, made only from the more environmentally friendly materials in the most socially responsible manner. Some of their sustainable tech fabrics include: recycled polyesters, PFC-free DWR, tencel, alpaca wool, and organic cotton. For a complete list click here.  Nau is committed to giving back to the communities they work in. They participate in Partners for Change, giving 2% of every purchase to organizations dedicated to the environment, economy and people in need. Current organizations include The Conservation Alliance, People for Bikes and Mercy Corps. For full details, you can visit their Partners for Change page.  In Maori, a indigenous culture for New Zealand, Nau means "Welcome. Come in." So we invite you to come in to Active Endeavors and learn more about Nau.

Do you know the sustainable truth behind our brand, Nau?

Nau designs fashionable clothes with functionality and aesthetic appeal in mind. More importantly, they focus on committing to social and environmental standards. Their clothing takes a life-cycle approach and are sourced down to the fiber, made only from the more environmentally friendly materials in the most socially responsible manner. Some of their sustainable tech fabrics include: recycled polyestersPFC-free DWRtencelalpaca wool, and organic cotton. For a complete list click here

Nau is committed to giving back to the communities they work in. They participate in Partners for Change, giving 2% of every purchase to organizations dedicated to the environment, economy and people in need. Current organizations include The Conservation AlliancePeople for Bikes and Mercy Corps. For full details, you can visit their Partners for Change page

In Maori, a indigenous culture for New Zealand, Nau means "Welcome. Come in." So we invite you to come in to Active Endeavors and learn more about Nau.