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Phunkshun Wear: Ready, set, grow!

Facility expansion fueled by demand



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After a successful growth year of 175 percent, Phunkshun Wear is expanding its Denver facility to 9,300 square feet from 6,800. The expansion comes as a result of increased production and will house raw materials and finished products.

Phunkshun Wear has added several new products to its collection, including scarves, bandanas and Fishmasks®. In the past year, Phunkshun Wear has doubled its graphic options from 50 to more than 100. In addition, the brand has experienced a large increase international sales, now exporting products to Switzerland, Chile, South Korea and Japan.

“It’s exciting to watch the growth occur; it’s happening very naturally,” Phunkshun CEO Jason Badgley says. “The commercial and industrial real estate market in Denver is extremely competitive at the moment, we were incredibly lucky to find additional space in our complex.”

Born in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, all Phunkshun Wear products are hand-sewn in Denver using materials manufactured in the U.S.  The brand produces face masks that protect against the harshness of winter.

Phunkshun Wear recently earned a Bronze Level fellowship from the Environmental Leadership Program (ELP). The brand will continue to reduce its carbon footprint in its new facility by recycling scraps, producing zero wastewater and repurposing old packaging.   

About Phunkshun

Founded in 2011, Phunkshun Wear was designed to fulfill the needs of ski and snowboard instructors.

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