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Urban-to-Adventure Performance Wear Handcrafted in Patagonia

We combine handwoven pieces with high-end performance fabrics. The result is modern, versatile apparel that transitions seamlessly from outdoor to urban adventures.

Our Story

We believe that profit is a consequence of doing business the right way. That’s why we prioritize the social and environmental impact of our work, above all else.

Our Process

We are to date the only vertically integrated global outdoor apparel company in the industry. 

We're based in Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, where all of our pieces are handmade. It is a five-part procedure that includes shearing, yarn production, knitting, chalking and cutting, and assembling. 

Built For the Long Haul

We are dedicated to making apparel that can be worn for decades, not days.

That’s why we offer a lifetime guarantee outside of normal wear. We’ll even cover the cost of shipping.

People & Planet First

We are to date the only vertically integrated global outdoor apparel company in the industry. 

Our social and environmental impact is at the core of our work, above all else.

Looking for the next step to reduce your environmental fashion footprint? Grab a book and study up! We found this book list complied by CNN Style to help you understand your role as a conscientious consumer, the economic structures that have contributed to the climate crisis, and the visionaries who are paving the way for a better future.
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After nearly a year of undergoing this rigorous process, we are proud to announce that Karukinka is officially a B-Corp!

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The Culture Trip put together this list of seven reasons why you should visit Tierra del Fuego, the home of Karukinka. If this doesn't make you want to add this location to your bucket list, allow us to suggest one more reason: You can take a tour of our workshop to see just how much love and care is put into every single piece of apparel we make. While we all wait for the days when we can travel comfortably again, we'll leave you with this reading from The Culture Trip.
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