As a company embedded in a heritage of outdoor brands, caring for the environment and for our community has always been part of our DNA. The Outdoor Recreation Group was formed in 1973 and is still a family owned and operated business. Our longevity, our breadth of brands, and the commitment of our deep-rooted team provides the integral capacity for our business to endure.
Our employees, our customers, our consumers, and our communities across the globe are the catalysts of our success which is why we believe brands are more than just a label or a stitch. We ensure rigorous oversight of our entire production process in all of our facilities that include guidelines for fair labor practices, employee rights and professional management systems. With operations that scan the globe, teamwork is in our every day routine in order to guarantee an efficient process flow between all of our diverse cultures and lifestyles.
As it relates directly to our outdoor reputation, a sustainable business gives more than it takes. We give back to the communities where our resources make the greatest impact and support the organizations that share our vision. Whether it be 300 backpacks for school children in Haiti, gear for community initiatives down the street from our headquarters in Los Angeles, or our latest “buy a pack, give a pack” campaign, we enjoy working hand in hand to make a difference if just for one life.
The TORG team is committed to neutralizing environmental degradation that stems from activities in our operations. We examine the impacts of every aspect of how our brands are produced, from innovation and branding through to manufacturing in our facilities, all the way to packaging and distribution. Educating our vendors on the importance of environmental standards and supply chain security allows us to annually elevate our practices and expectations for waste management and reduction, proper handling of hazardous materials, efficient energy usage, healthy and safety improvements, and are in compliance with the most conservative toxicity standards.