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Team Earth

Team Earth

Goal: Combat climate change

Climate change affects every country in the world. However, it disproportionately impacts underprivileged and underdeveloped communities. With almost 20 million climate refugees displaced each year, PARK remains committed to creating change for these communities through the sport we love.

Goal: Sustainable consumption and production

The fashion industry is a notoriously wasteful one. PARK wants to buck the trend. With a small and focused supply chain, we are always looking to reduce, reuse and recycle where possible – creating a sustainable production process from product ideation to when it lands on your doorstep.

Goal: Protect, restore and promote sustainable

From carbon negative footballs to organic cotton, PARK understands that we have an important role to play in combating climate change. By constantly innovating our business practices and manufacturing processes, we can contribute to the sustainable restoration of the planet and its ecosystems.

Shipping and transport

Shipping and transport

All purchases are shipped directly to your doorstep with carbon neutral shipping. Yes, this is our standard for local and international orders! The best part, all PARK gear is beautifully wrapped in biodegradable packaging and sent in a biodegradable envelope.

Organic cotton

Organic cotton

100% organic cotton is made from natural seeds and does not require the use of pesticides and other harmful chemicals. Regular cotton requires more water, more pesticides and degrades our soil over time. Better yet, the purity of the fibre guarantees its softness and comfort over time.

Single use plastics

Single use plastics

PARK is committed to reducing the use of single use plastics in our supply chain; constantly evaluating where we can do better.

For instance, garments used to be individually wrapped in plastic bags when shipped from the factory to our warehouse. We’ve made all those bags biodegradable and have created a process of packing multiple items into single bags where possible.