Welcome to the Revolution in Ultra-Performance Clothing.

We shaped Redox with one goal in mind: Find the most exquisite, luxurious, and highest performing materials possible, and create garments the world has ever experienced.

People said it couldn’t be done. After years of consulting professional athletes, working with textile engineers, designers, manufacturers, and obtaining third party performance certification, Redox Clothing was born. By combining ultra-fine merino wool with an advanced military fiber, we have created a textile with performance characteristics that are almost too good to be true. Our garments are unmatched in sweat, heat and odor management. Essentially, the harder you work, the better Redox performs. Redox even exceeds military standards for complete thermal protection.

Perhaps the most important quality is that Redox garments are engineered from 100% natural and renewable sources. We believe in environmentally sustainable business practice, and strive to have the smallest environmental footprint possible.

Redox is unwavering about three things; luxury, quality, and performance. Our promise to you is that we will never sacrifice these qualities, and you can rest assured that you are wearing the greatest performance garment ever created.

Handcrafted In Canada

As of 2017, all Redox garments are meticulously produced in Vancouver, BC.

Redox is proud to support the local economy. We create local jobs, support local business, and sponsor local community groups. We believe it’s our responsibility to build a community, not just a brand. Supporting Redox means you are also supporting local clubs, Canadian Olympians, and the overall Canadian economy.

What’s in your closet?

Have a look at the tags on your other clothing. Where were they made? What are the materials? Are they nylon/polyester/polypropylene? That means they consist of non-renewable/petroleum based materials (oil) and they were probably manufactured in a country with extremely poor environmental and labor standard. Pretty eye-opening, eh?


“Social responsibility is a duty every individual has to perform so as to maintain a balance between the economy and the ecosystems.”