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Gear for Good

Built To Last. Sustainably Sourced. Ethically Made.
A certified B Corp, Climate Neutral Organization, and member of 1% For The Planet; you'd be hard-pressed to find an organization that's doing more good for our planet than Cotopaxi. Beyond this, Cotopaxi stands behind its products, which is one of the reasons they've received more than 20,000+ 5-star reviews.

The Del Día Collection

One-of-a-kind. 100% repurposed fabric. Uniquely yours.
Del Día bags are made in the Philippines using fabric left over from other companies’ production runs. This helps keep good material out of the landfill, and puts it into the hands of thoughtful adventurers like you.

The Cotopaxi Foundation provides grants to nonprofits that help communities facing extreme poverty. They tie their earnings to impact through the Cotopaxi Foundation, which provides grants to nonprofits that help communities facing extreme poverty. Cotopaxi is also a member of 1% for the Planet, which means they're committed to donating at least 1% of annual revenue toward a healthier planet for all. To date, they've reached an estimated 3.8 million people through their impact work.

The Mountain

One of the world's highest active volcanoes, Cotopaxi (koh-toh-PAHK-see) in Ecuador had a major presence in Davis’s life—even his school was named for it. The mountain’s glacial streams, wild llamas, and countless trails instilled in him the spirit of adventure and gratitude that eventually inspired him to found Cotopaxi the company.

Cotopaxi Founder & CEO

Davis Smith grew up throughout Latin America, where he saw first-hand the hardship resulting from unequal access to opportunity. He has since dedicated himself to using business as a force for good in order to address the inequality he witnessed during his childhood.