Rojo x B4BC 2018 – Elude
Rojo x B4BC 2018

B4BC, Breast Cancer, W18 -

Rojo x B4BC 2018

We’re excited to announce that for another year we’re continuing our support for B4BC a non-profit foundation that advocates early detection and a healthy, active and sustainable lifestyle as the best means for breast cancer prevention.

B4BC aims to eliminate breast cancer deaths in present and future generations by arming young people with the tools necessary to reduce their risks and lead longer, healthier, and more sustainable lives.

This is a foundation we really believe in and know that they are making a positive t impact in the snow community and that’s why we support them.

Last year we created a special range of outerwear, base layers and accessories for b4bc with a percentage of sales going to supporting the organisation.

We were blown away with the response, this range was so popular, we completely sold out of the jacket!

This winter the bestselling Aster jacket is back and better then ever because it’s now available in two different styles with both featuring the amazing Misty Peaks print.

The gorgeous purple and blue hues in the print are contrasted elegantly against the black and white shades. When you look closely you’ll notice the finer details of the highlands we love so much with hints of mountain skies, falling flakes and snow-covered tree tops.

The full print jacket is sure to be a stand out in any crowd and the print colour blocked against black is for the subtle Rojo woman.

We simply can’t choose which version we love more, but we do know that both will get you noticed on and off the hill.

Our new b4bc base layer print is designed as the sister to the Aster jacket print. Stars and Stripes will complement the colourways and patters of the Misty Peaks print. Once you put these beauties on you’re guaranteed to feel stunning!

Keep your eyes peeled across our range because you’ll see splashes of these prints in our gloves, mitts, goggles and neck warmers.

- Rojo xx


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