Tree Talk| 2 min read

Plant, Protect, Repeat.

We’ve joined forces with National Geographic for an iconic collection inspired by our forever-muse: the tree.

Whether we’re poring over magazine pages or diving into a new docu-series, National Geographic has always been one of our most trusted sources when it comes to learning about the wonders of our planet. (Raise your hand if you’re also the proud owner of a stack of vintage Nat Geo magazines.) An authority on all things planet Earth, we look to National Geographic to keep ourselves informed on the serious challenges facing our planet and learn about the steps we can take together to bring about a more positive future.


man in national geographic sweater


With the common goal to protect the planet we call home, we’ve joined forces with National Geographic for an iconic collection inspired by our forever-muse: the tree. Every design was drawn by hand and inspired by iconic photography sourced from the National Geographic archives. The best part? The collection plants ten trees for every sustainably-minded item purchased. It also helps support National Geographic’s work to protect and illuminate our world through exploration, research, and education. To learn more, visit

To say that National Geographic is an inspiration to us when it comes to big change starting small would be an understatement. Initially founded in 1888, a small group of explorers, scholars, and scientists came together to create a society for “the increase and diffusion of geographic knowledge.” Flash forward through years of exploration, discovery, and growth, today the National Geographic Society is one of the largest nonprofit organizations in the world working to protect our planet.


woman in national geographic sweater


To date, more than 13,000 grants have been provided to support research, exploration, and conservation in every part of the globe. Through this limited edition collection, you can make a difference by helping to support projects like Plastic: Sea to Source, a multi-year initiative to address the world’s plastic crisis, and the Big Cats Initiative working to safeguard big cats and their critical habitats. Projects like these make it clear that our planet needs our help now more than ever, and National Geographic is leading the way in inspiring transformative change that we can all play a part in.


man and woman in national geographic sweater


We’re hard-wired to protect the things we love. What if we loved our planet enough to protect it? By planting trees and supporting the impactful work of National Geographic, we make a united stand to protect the planet and, in turn, each other.

Shop the National Geographic x tentree Collection and do some good while you’re at it.

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