Supply Chain Innovation


All products - apparel and accessories. prAna's compliance program is accredited by the FLA.

From the prAna website: As any one with a regular practice of sport, hobbies, meditation and internal growth - living your values is constantly challenged by the world around you. prAna’s path is the same, and sometimes customers and friends are surprised that we don’t have everything buttoned up and have all the answers. prAna has products and practices that are at odds with our values, we are not perfect by any means, we have a lot to learn. To help us get there, we have set up a more formal sustainability program, the idea is to build and manage a master plan that aligns our company actions and products with our values. We look forward to raising our own level of awareness, education, discipline, and action on the long and winding road of sustainability.


On Monday, November 10, 2014, the Fair Labor Association sent a letter to Deputy Prime Minister Keat Chhon in support of “objective, inclusive, and productive national wage-setting negotiations that result in a minimum wage that is fair for workers” that was signed by nine FLA-affiliated companies sourcing from Cambodia. Putting action behind their words of support, each of the nine brands used the letter to reinforce their commitment to purchasing practices that build sustainable supply chains, affirming that they would incorporate locally negotiated wage increases into...
The RESPECT Project is an initiative of the European Commission, supported by FLA, which encourages buyers and suppliers to engage in more responsible purchasing practices. In support of this project, FLA conducted an online survey among 25 buyers and 30 suppliers from various sectors throughout Asia, Central America, the Middle East and Bulgaria. Several FLA affiliates – including Zephyr Graf-X, adidas Group, Patagonia, Mountain Equipment Co-op, New Wave, The s. Oliver Group, and prAna – participated in the survey. Of the Buyers: 100% have a dedicated department in...

prAna Living LLC is an owned subsidiary of Columbia Sportswear Company, and FLA-affiliated Category B Licensee.  prAna’s headquarters is in Carlsbad, California and the company manufactures yoga, hiking, swim, and climbing apparel and accessories for men and women. prAna was founded in 1993 and was acquired by Columbia in 2014. The company has 160 employees in the United States, including five retail locations.