As a company deeply rooted in the astonishing mountain region of the Alps and producing goods for the everyday outdoor experience, we do not only base our brand but our entire lifestyle on nature as main source of life, belonging and passion. In order to minimize our company’s impact on the environment and to establish a more ecological business model, we are taking action to implement sustainable processes in the entire supply-, manufacturing- and distribution chain of Reusch gloves.

Together with our partner Fokus Zukunft we have calculated our company’s emissions and
we are working on ways to neutralize them.


The path towards a more sustainable and eco-friendly business development requires effort and dedication. However, it is absolutely necessary for guaranteeing a better future for the next generations. Therefore, we developed the Taking Care Strategy, our own approach to improve the firm’s environmental compatibility, which is based on the sustainable development goals (SDGs) of the United Nation’s Agenda 2030. Such goals include respect for human rights, fair working conditions, protection of the environment, and prohibition of corruption.

Here we share our achievements and future goals, with the intention of growing this list year after year.   


  • Conversion of 100% of FW 23/24 models to PFC-free backhand shell material.
  • Achievement of climate neutrality for emissions of scope one, two and three for the headquarters in Bolzano and for the offices and warehouse in Cernusco/Milano.
  • Replacement of former PVC packaging materials for gloves with 100% recycled and recyclable materials.
  • Use of FSC-Certified paper for 100% of paper packaging items.
  • Reduction of our carbon footprint through the avoidance of airfreight by innovating our order- and planning cycles and combining shipments. 


  • Almost all our products will be produced with PFC-free materials,
    and we will reach 100% by FW 24/25.
  • Almost all our R-TEX® XT will be recycled materials by FW 24/25.
  • Almost all our lining, insulation, and inserts will be recycled materials by FW 24/25.
  • Together with our supplier, we started the process changing to recycled fabrics.
  • Nurture the relationships with our suppliers to guarantee the procuring of high-performance and recyclable materials from controlled sources.
  • Implement innovative and more sustainable production processes by raising awareness and acceptance among our supplying partners.
  • Maximize product durability to reduce unnecessary textile waste.