Open Close

RNLI and Finisterre collaborate on a line of clothing

Finisterre will donate 10% of sales from the range to the RNLI

Finisterre has created a limited edition collection of clothing and accessories for men and women in a collaboration with the RNLI.

Founded upon their three commitments to product, environment and people, the collection contains all the elements you need for adventures on the coast and for the season ahead, while supporting the work of the RNLI.

Tom Kay, the founder of Finisterre is a volunteer crew member – and now helm – on the St. Agnes lifeboat, so fully understands the role the RNLI plays. Having joined the crew around the same time as he started the brand, Tom has been part of the RNLI for more than fifteen years.

He said: “The RNLI + Finisterre Collaboration means a lot to me personally and to work with the RNLI on this limited edition range was a big moment for us. The resulting product embodies our shared love and respect for the ocean, a seafaring heritage and the hardiness of the human spirit.”

The range pays homage to the origins of both Finisterre and the RNLI, as well as their shared environmental stance; from fisherman inspired knitwear and beanies, to 100% recycled, FC-free waterproof jackets.

Finisterre will donate 10% of sales from the range to the RNLI, continuing their support of an organisation close their hearts.

About the author: Dan Tye

Dan came up with the idea for Adventure 52 after realising there wasn't a single publication focusing on adventure. He has been a pilot in the RAF, a ski instructor and has spent the past 12 years as journalist for motorcycling, flying and adventure magazines.