In nature....

Forest, mountain, sea. The endless horizons and seasonal changes. Nature means everything to us – we hike in it, we’re inspired by it, develop equipment to stay out in it and our mission is to inspire others to get out and enjoy nature too. We’re simply mad about nature.

And our love of nature comes with an important insight: That everything we do affects the environment around us. We want to do our best to keep this impact as minimal as possible – so nature can continue to be as wild, beautiful and unspoilt as it always has been.




To ensure a systematic approach to sustainability, we adhere to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Of the seventeen global goals, we have chosen six focus areas.
These are the most relevant to our business, to those who work for us and use our products, and to our focus on the planet:

• Good health and well-being (UN goal no. 3).
• Decent work and economic growth (UN goal no. 8).
• Responsible consumption and production (UN goal no. 12)
• Climate action (UN goal no. 13)
• Life below water (UN goal no. 14)
• Clean water and sanitation & Life on land (UN goals no’s 6 and 15).



How will we live up to our sustainability goals?
We want to be transparent about how far we have come and what is still left to do. Since our product categories differ in terms of the type of materials, production methods etc, we have chosen to analyze them separately.

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No one can do everything but everyone can do something

You can also play your part in reducing the environmental impact of your outdoor products.

Here are a few things to think about:

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Lundhags is founded with the idea of manufacturing shoes that last for a lifetime. Boot repair is offered from the very beginning.


We create the shellboots that have become the most sustainable boots on the market.


We offer leather treatment from an old family recipe which keeps boots lasting even longer.


We start manufacturing technical apparel and
backpacks with the aim of creating long-lasting products.


We start to systematically evaluate how our suppliers are meeting our sustainability targets.


We begin to record details of all our materials and chemicals.


We reduce the number of collections to one per year.


We make our products available for hire in collaboration with Outdoorbuddies.


All our products are entirely free from fluorocarbons.


We reduce single use plastic products in the office.


All wool is guaranteed museling-free.


We offer returns of old products and start offering second-hand sales in our stores and online.


We track our carbon emissions, reduce them as much as possible and evaluate climate compensation.


Goal: We offer repairs of all our products in all markets.


Goal: We launch our concept store with second hand sales and clothing hire in Stockholm.


Goal: We only use the materials and chemicals which are industry practice for sustainability.


Goal: 30% reduction in carbon emissions, 80% circularity.


1. Reduce climate change

We will measure our carbon footprint and reduce it by 30% by 2030.

2. Balance business

We will create balanced economic growth. Balance: Stock, Margins, Profit, Distribution.

3. Empower people

• Employees:We will strive to ensure both physical and mental good health among our employees.

• Customers: We will inspire our customers to promote their well-being through hiking and being out in nature.

• Suppliers and partners: We will ensure that those who work with Lundhags receive reasonable pay, with equality in the workplace, a safe working environment and reasonable working hours.

4. Circular responsibility

We will develop our circular services and be 80% circular by 2030.

Specifically, this means that, among other things, we need to find and use materials that are recycled or recyclable and free from fossil substances. We must ensure that our raw material requirements are produced in a sustainable way and do not displace natural habitats. We must also ensure that everyone who works in our value chain does so under good conditions.