Cotopaxi Launches Travel Ready and Impact Driven Spring 2022 Collection

March 2, 2022

Spring Campaign Inspired by Focus Do Good Ambassadors and World Changing Ideas

Salt Lake City, UT. (Mar. 1, 2022) /OUTDOOR SPORTSWIRE/ – Outdoor gear and apparel brand and certified B Corp Cotopaxi, is excited to announce the release of their complete Spring 2022 Collection, a nod towards responsible recreation and travel, with sustainable materials and manufacturing, and impact driven design.

In 2022, Cotopaxi has a goal to assist 1.2 million people experiencing extreme poverty by the end of the year through the Cotopaxi Foundation.  As a certified B Corp, and Climate Neutral Certified Brand, Cotopaxi continues to use the power of business as a force for social, environmental, and economic good, taking a holistic approach to corporate social responsibility. Cotopaxi’s 100% carbon neutral business model includes the commitment to using repurposed, recycled, or otherwise responsibly sourced materials in manufacturing. These materials can be found throughout Cotopaxi’s entire Spring 2022  collection.

Key styles in the Spring collection include:

  • Cielo Rain Jacket & Anorak – A unique and functional take on the traditional outdoor rain jacket, the Cielo is stylish and protects from the elements while standing true to Cotopaxi’s Gear For Good promise. This jacket is made from recycled materials, and is treated with PFC-free, durable water repellent to keep you free from unwanted chemicals. Designed with one-touch hood adjustments and two zippered hand pockets, the Cielo keeps you and all of your gear dry in light rain.
  • Allpa 50 & 70 L Duffels – Cotopaxi’s best-selling Allpa has expanded into a burly travel duffel. With stowable carry straps and a removable harness it switches easily between a duffel and backpack. The exterior 1000 denier TPU coated material makes it ready for any adventure in any weather.
  • Sombra Sun Hoodie – Safe and stylish 50+ UPF sun protection with a classic fit, the Sombra is perfect for throwing over a tank top when the sun gets a little too bright.
  • Vaya 18L Cada Día PackA new addition to the Cada Día collection, the 100% recycled Vaya is the ideal, organized, easy-going backpack. Its U-shaped zipper makes for simple open and close, while its ergonomic harness keeps things light on your lower back. A built-in laptop sleeve rounds out the pack making it great for school, work, and everything in between.

Cotopaxi’s new seasonal collection of apparel and gear, designed to inspire adventure and travel, finds alignment with its very own Do Good ambassadors; motivated, passionate individuals who are not afraid to seek change, crave progression and move the world. From Nicole Ver Kuilen, avid runner and disabilities advocate, to Mario Ordoñez-Calderón, Navy Veteran, Indigenous Mayan, physical therapy assistant, and outdoor enthusiast, the team at Cotopaxi are constantly pushing alongside them, encouraged to create with purpose and to always be doing good.

With dreams of far-off places and expanding horizons, the Cotopaxi Spring 2022 collection is thoughtfully and purposefully designed for travels near and far, with design, do good and give back at the core of every style. Shop Cotopaxi’s Complete Spring 2022 Collection here.


Cotopaxi Press Contact: Erin Wyer | | 612.747.1314

About Cotopaxi

Cotopaxi is an outdoor gear brand founded to create sustainably designed products that fight extreme poverty, inspire adventure, and move people to do good. As a certified B Corporation, we believe in using the power of business as a force for social, environmental, and economic good. Our creed, Gear for Good, touches every aspect of our company. Cotopaxi is committed to making all of our gear using recycled, repurposed, or responsible materials by 2025. We allocate 1% of our annual revenue to the Cotopaxi Foundation which awards grants to outstanding nonprofit partners carefully selected for their track records at improving the human condition and alleviating poverty. In 2020, Cotopaxi aided 822,000 people through poverty alleviation programs, and in 2021, we hope to assist 1 million people experiencing extreme poverty. For more information please visit