Raincoast toques and hats are now available!

Just in time for the holidays, you can purchase ethically and locally made gear while representing Raincoast.

We are so happy to have our Raincoast hats back in stock. Supply chain issues meant that these hats took much longer to make than we expected, but we were willing to wait because we know these hats are so worth it! Our team wears them in the sun, rain, and snow, which is how we know that they are truly an all-season hat. 

With our restocked hats, we have added Raincoast toques to our shop! Like our Raincoast hats, our toques are ethically made in Canada from one of our favourite clothing manufacturers, Anián, based in Victoria, BC. Anián is a circular fashion company that was born from the belief that “the clothes we enjoy in the natural world should not be harming it.”

Raincoast toques are made from a midweight 60% merino, 40% recycled cashmere blend. The merino content insulates, wicks away moisture, and is remarkably smooth to the touch, while the recycled cashmere reduces environmental impact and lends exceptional softness for everyday wear. 

Both our Raincoast hats and toques have been reviewed and approved by our Healthy Waters Program director, Dr. Peter Ross, who is a stickler for microplastics. Both also make a great holiday gift!

We are so grateful for our supporters who represent our organization on their adventures! 

Blue hat with black raincoast logo embroidered hanging in a tree.
Photo by Alex Harris / Raincoast Conservation Foundation.
Blue toque with a tag that with the Raincoast logo in a cedar tree.

To celebrate the end of the year, we are so happy to be able to offer matching campaigns on two of our most pressing fundraising initiatives.

All donations to both the Southern Great Bear Rainforest tenure acquisition and our KELÁ_EKE Kingfisher Forest initiative, will be matched until the end of the year. This is a great opportunity for our supporters, like you, to make your impact go twice as far, while benefiting from tax deductions.

Help us secure KELÁ_EKE Kingfisher Forest on S,DÁYES (Pender Island). Together with Pender Islands Conservancy, Raincoast is raising $2.18 million to purchase a 45 acre coastal property on the edge of the Salish Sea.

Safeguarding Coastal Carnivores in the Southern Great Bear Rainforest tenure. We are currently raising funds to stop commercial trophy hunting in more than a quarter of the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia.