Support Your National Parks in Style With the New Brooks Cascadia Line!

Brooks Cascadia trail shoes have long been seen as some of the best on the market. The soles are designed for traction, they feature a rock plate for extra foot protection, and they’re cushioned enough that you won’t be in agony every time you step on a root.  But Brooks just upped the game big time with their new REI partnership: National Parks themed Cascadias!

Support Your National Parks in Style With the New Brooks Cascadia Line!

Not every national park gets a shoe, but in addition to the “National Parks” Cascadia, you can also choose to declare your loyalty to Mount Ranier, Yosemite, Yellowstone or the Great Smokey Mountains. Each park has a unique colorway, as well as matching T-Shirts. Personally, I think the general “National Parks” color is the best, but they are all really attractive shoes. Sometimes these gimmicky colorways can look ridiculous, but all of them have a coherent and attractive style.

Support Your National Parks in Style With the New Brooks Cascadia Line!

You won’t just look good in the Cascadias; Brooks is donating 5% of the wholesale cost of the National Parks line to the National Park Foundation, up to $50,000. And because they’re sold through REI, you know that you’re supporting a company that doesn’t just promote the outdoors, the entire company and corporate culture are built around preserving and protecting nature in all forms!

The National Parks Cascadias aren’t cheap at $130, but can you really put a price on a shoe that rocks a Yosemite patch along the heel?

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