Monday, November 11, 2019

Small Business Saturday Celebration

Small Business Saturday Celebration

Get shopping on November 30th with Aina Clothing at the Small Business Saturday Celebration being held at O'Connor Brewing Co..

Come shop small and support local with a great selection of Local Vendors all under one roof! Food Truck on site, plus O'Connor's can release of limited series: Death by Dessert Pastry Stout, an imperial pastry stout packed with flavors of chocolatey sweet, baked goodness. This beer is all that and a bag of donuts!

Save the date and invite your friends and we'll see you at 211 W 24th St, Norfolk, Virginia from noon to 6pm.

This event is FREE and FAMILY-FRIENDLY!

Small Business Saturday Celebration


Saturday, November 2, 2019

Aina Clothing Ambassador/Ohana Program

Ambassador/Ohana Program

Aina Clothing is on the hunt for folk who are passionate about the environment and living life, whether that's being in the mountains, surf or streets to apply for our Ambassador Program.
You DO NOT have to be a pro to apply. I am looking for people who care about the environment, are passionate about the things that stoke them and are engaging, social folk who can spread the good word.

 Apply Now to the Aina Ambassador Program

 Some of the benefits :

  • Ambassadors receive a 20% discount code for themselves and a 15% discount code to promote!
  • As they save money by using your code, you’ll earn rewards! You’ll receive a credit for each referral. Once you earn ten credits, you can redeem them for free gear!
  • Exposure on Aina Clothing’s social media



Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Aina Is Heading To Roanoke GO Outside Festival

Did you hear, Aina is going to Roanoke GO Outside Festival! In less than two weeks Aina Clothing will be there vending all the eco-friendly goods we have for three days of outdoor fun. Roanoke’s GO Fest is an Adventurers Paradise. The ninth annual Anthem GO Outside Festival will take place from October 18-20 in Roanoke, Virginia. At the award-winning festival attendees enjoy the unique opportunity to try more than 100 different hands-on outdoor activities, listen to talented musicians, drink local craft beer, and meet other nature enthusiasts - all in the heart of Virginia’s beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains.

This isn’t a “sit in your seat” kind of event — YOU’RE ENCOURAGED TO GET INVOLVED, with more than 125 outdoor activities, including outdoor rock climbing walls for children and adults, running and cycling races, free mountain bike and water sports demos, an urban adventure scavenger hunt, wilderness medicine and survival skill clinics, free yoga classes, fly fishing, and even log rolling.

Check out Roanoke GO Outside Festival


 

Friday, May 3, 2019

Please Don't Feed the Ticks!

Few things in the great outdoors make folks squirm as much as ticks, and for good reason. Besides being disgusting little critters, the insects can burrow into the skin and suck the blood of the host, whether it be a hiker (you), deer, dog or other animal. Ticks are not only pesky but also can carry dangerous diseases that could infect the host.

Tick prevention is important to keep in mind while hiking or doing other outdoor activities.
Here is some information from the American Hiking Society to help keep you safe while enjoying the outdoors.

Protect yourself against these potentially dangerous insects.

Summer brings warm weather and great hiking. Unfortunately, ticks appreciate the season as much as we do and they pose a serious threat to hiker health. Though ticks themselves seldom cause medical problems, the diseases they transmit can wreak havoc on a hiker’s body. Elrichosis, Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever are just a few of the tick-borne pathogens of which hikers should be aware.

Here are a few easy steps to prevent tick-borne illness:

• Determine risk: Spring and early summer are high-risk for ticks because ticks are in an earlier stage of their development, called “nymphs.” Nymphs often carry heavier loads of disease-causing pathogens, and are smaller and harder to spot. Tall grass and brush are higher-risk, too, because ticks can easily climb on to hikers.

• Wear long and wear light! Wear long-sleeve shirts and long pants of a light color. Lighter colors seem...

https://americanhiking.org/resources/ticks/

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Memorial Day Sale Going On Now!

Take 25% OFF the entire site now through May 28th, and also get free shipping with a $50 purchase.

Stock up on all your organic favorites for your summer adventures!

Save On Organic Aina Clothing Now!



Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Helptoberfest and Keep Tahoe Blue

Helptoberfest rolls on with Aina Clothing donating 15% of sales to Keep Tahoe Blue through Oct. 23rd.
Keep Tahoe Blue is a solutions-based organization, focused on advocating for sensible environmental standards backed by science and monitoring, devoted community engagement, grassroots involvement, and a collective ideology of working together to Keep Tahoe Blue.

 
"Keep Tahoe Blue" means a crystal clear Lake, protecting watersheds that support native plants and forests and abundant wildlife, an active and informed community of residents and visitors who act as stewards for the Lake, and communities and facilities within longstanding urban boundaries that harmonize with the natural environment, and provide low-impact outdoor recreational opportunities now and into the future.

Shop now to help support Keep Tahoe Blue



Clean Ocean Action Beach Sweep 2017

 Clean Ocean Action will be holding their Fall Beach Sweeps on Saturday, October 21 in New Jersey with a ton of locations to choose from, lend a hand if you can.

About the Beach Sweeps

In 1985, COA launched the region’s first Beach Sweeps program to rid beaches of unsightly and harmful debris.  COA's Beach Sweeps is one of the longest running cleanups of its kind in the world.  The program has grown from 75 people at one site in 1985, to over 5,000 volunteers in 2016.  Volunteers gather from Raritan to Delaware Bays and along the ocean to clean beaches and waterways, as well as underwater sites.  They join as groups (community, school, business, and organization), families, or individuals.  Participants collect and record valuable data about debris, which is presented in annual reports and used to advance federal, state, and local programs to reduce litter.

Since 1985, over 115,800 volunteers have participated and removed
over 5.9 million pieces of debris from New Jersey's beaches and waterways.


Clean Ocean Action