Royal Robbins

Royal Robbins and his wife Liz were iconic Sierra Nevada rock climbers during the 1960s.

They belonged to a scrappy band of modern climber/philosophers who coined and embraced the term “clean climbing”: a set of practices and techniques that enabled them to climb big walls with little or no damage to the rock, a literal representation of their lived ethos of deep respect for the natural world.

Today, their heritage brand still makes enduring, classic, outdoor clothing for people who embody a love for the natural world. Royal Robbins modern classics enable people to get up in the morning and “dress once." Their clothing performs well because it moves, dries, packs and wears extremely well. They embrace a refined aesthetic with a sophisticated, nature-inspired palette that is understated, classic, and smart. It works on the trail, at the office, on a plane, at dinner. Their clothing literally goes everywhere.