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Norte Wear is an award winning Australian owned and designed label, bringing you eco-friendly, seriously comfy, eye-catching apparel for your best days in the outdoors.
Winner of Business of the Year, Best New Business, Environmental Sustainability Award - Bass Coast & Retailer of the Year - Gippsland.
Our commitment is to Leave It Better, for People, Places & Planet.
Born in Inverloch, Australia | #LeaveItBetter
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With the latest travel restrictions in place, some of us are itching to reconnect with our favourite adventure spots, after all, connecting with nature (amongst many other benefits) nourishes our soul and boosts our mood.
It’s a great time to get creative and think about different ways to connect, and if we can’t do it physically, turn our daily thoughts to nature by upping-the-anti on some new sustainable living habits.
Sustainable living encourages us to start acting like stewards, as individuals, businesses, industries, and entire communities, to protect the future of this beautiful planet.
I do what any responsible parent (and ho hum.. proper Nirvana fan) should do. Refuse to buy the band t-shirt until the appropriate musical education has rightly taken place. And so the car ride home goes something like this…
“Now kid, do you know any Nirvana songs?”
“But you want the shirt?”
“I reeeeeeally want the shirt”
This will be the first Nirvana song she ever hears. A special moment. It must have an impact. I must choose wisely.
Norte was born in Inverloch, the land of the Bunurong / Boon Wurrung people
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this land, the Bunurong / Boon Wurrung people and recognise their continuing connection to the land, waters and culture.
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
As guests on this land, we promise to care for, respect and love the children, people and to nurture and care for the land that belongs to the Bunurong / Boonwurrung people.