Entries by mitsuteru kojima

Dunedin Pop-up!! 6th-21th June

A month later than usual, our Dunedin Pop-up is back!! We look forward to catching up with our southern customers.  Dunedin is home to the skilled workroom that makes our waterproof, primaloft and down garments. Shop Detail Address:186 George Street (next to north side of Farmers, opposite Bivouac) Opening days: Saturday 6th June – Sunday 21st […]

Kaitiaki Restoration – South Georgia

                                                             Martin Freeman and Kelvin Floyd work for Indigena Biosecurity International (http://www.indigena.co.nz/), an ecological management company committed to the conservation and restoration of the world’s natural […]

Face Masks Using New Zealand Wool Filters

Earth Sea Sky is no stranger to making gear that your life might depend on. For decades, our Christchurch-based company has produced outdoor clothing for the world’s toughest environments and has been a go to brand for Antarctica New Zealand and Land SAR. Now we have entered a new market of protective face masks using […]

COVID-19 Latest Update

We fully support the NZ Government’s declaration of a nationwide shutdown for all non-essential businesses that came into place at 11.59 pm on Wednesday night, 25 March, for a minimum of 4 weeks. Open Online for Essential Items We have registered with MBIE (Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment) to supply masks, thermal and waterproof […]

Nelson Pop-up!! Jan 8th – Feb 8th

Our Nelson pop-up store is open!! The same space as last year. As always, we are happy to assist with any queries about fabrics, products and to assist with any repairs or to hear about your favourite original Earth Sea Sky garment. In our bid to have no waste there are fabric scraps free to […]

A trip of a lifetime into Our Far South

‘Our Far South’ is the land and ocean south of Stewart Island that either belongs to or has a strong connection to New Zealand. Gareth Morgan instigated the project to help make more Kiwis aware of the treasures on their back doorstep—our subantarctic islands and the Ross Dependency in Antarctica itself. His vision was to […]

Sewing together a family

This is a super lovely story about Manahel who is one of the very talented people who sew your Earth Sea Sky gear. She had an interview with the New Zealand Red Cross. Picture and article are from their website. A low hum echoes across the floor of Elco Apparel in Dunedin. Everyone is focused […]