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This. Is. RAD.

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This. Is. RAD.

We Love Music. And that’s the reason Recover established the Recover Artist Development (RAD) program in 2016. RAD was created to showcase and support up-and-coming artists and simultaneously promote sustainability through music.  Here’s how it works: Recover partners with a wide range of talented independent artists and provides them with our environmentally-friendly and socially-responsible merchandise to sell on the road. The program is set up to directly contribute to funding the recordings and touring efforts of independent artists through apparel sales proceeds and RAD shows. The artists provide the design, Recover provides the apparel, and everyone discovers great music while...

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The Recover Local Layer

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The Recover Local Layer

As technical as it is environmentally friendly, Recover’s Local Layer available for pre-order now is pioneering new routes in the realms of performance and sustainability.  Designed to keep you warm, dry, and comfortable from your Monday morning meeting to your after work ride, this layer nails “feel good” from the fit to the sustainability stats. Here’s the quick on everything you need to know about the new Recover Local Layer: It’s…. Designed, sourced, and sewn in North Carolina, USA Made ENTIRELY in NC within a 150 mile radius of our headquarters, from the recycling center to the finished product Made...

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Springer the Artist

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Springer the Artist

At Recover, we value and take action to support public lands. We also value and take action to support artists. Everything is interrelated, and pairing the newest expansion of Recover’s Protect Our Parks’ initiative with our growing initiatives to support not only musical, but also visual artists, we collaborated with Springer The Artist to bring you a Recover Tee collection that features our nation’s most iconic public lands as seen through the eyes of the free-flowing painter John Springer. Born in Georgia and holding a B.S. in Natural Resources from Sewanee: the University of the South, Springer began work in...

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Photography, Climbing, and Best Ways to Get Outside this summer with Nathalie DuPré

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Photography, Climbing, and Best Ways to Get Outside this summer with Nathalie DuPré

Tennessee-native Nathalie DuPré grew up with parents that said, ‘You can’t watch TV, go outside!’ One of Recover’s photographers, Nathalie is a leading climbing photographer in the Southeast, and a living example of taking the leap to work doing what you love.  We sat down with Nathalie to learn more about where she’s been, where she’s going, and what this experienced recreationist does to get outside in summer.   Nathalie, how did you start with everything in the outdoors? I grew up in Chattanooga. Growing up, my parents always said, ‘You can’t watch tv, go outside!’ Instead of staying home,...

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Plastic Free July

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Plastic Free July

Plastic Free July began in 2017, and since, it has grown to a movement of millions of people worldwide. It’s simple: all over the globe, individuals get together and challenge themselves to eliminate consumption of single-use plastics for the month of July. If you’re just hearing about Plastic Free July now, it’s not too late to join the 120 million people in 177 countries.   Ultimately, it’s all about picking up tips, creating awareness, and making positive impact. Plastic Free July provides quick ideas and resources for you, work, school, communities, businesses, and local governments to get rid of single-use plastics...

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