People who exemplify Khala Cloths' commitment to the environment.
Aleisha Cline is not only a strong, loving mother of two, she has the ability to make anyone smile and want to be the best version of their self. Some would say she is a true Wonder Woman. As a ski racer, she has collected four X-games gold medals and over 16 international wins. She competed in the 1992 Winter Olympics in speed-skiing, setting a world record 135 mph (215 km) on skis. Not to mention she has also podiums in Big Mountain skiing and as a professional mountain biker.
Cline's love of her kids, health, fitness and nature is an inspiration. She joined the Khala Cloths as an ambassador to help reduce single use plastic in her life so that her kids could have a better future.
Brittany Parker may live in a van down by the river, but don't let that fool you, she is no slouch. Ranked as one of the top female SUP athletes with over 11 podium finishes, she has also produced a film called 'Can I Surf That'. Parker has paddled the Zambezi River in Zimbabwe to raise awareness of the poaching of rhinos and help raise money for the 'Care for Wild' rhino sanctuary.
A true steward of the water, Brittany works hard to raise awareness about human impact on ecosystems, and to protect her love of and passion for the rivers.
Julia Niles is a wife, a mom of two, and a badass. A certified IFMGA/UIAGM guide, she is just the fifth women to accomplish these certifications. Niles guides skiing and rock climbing and has done so around the world from The Alaska Range, North Cascades, Argentina, Ecuador, the Tetons and throughout British Columbia, Canada.
In 2006 she became the first women to Solo Grand Traverse in Wyoming in a single day.
Raising her children in the outdoors,Julia views herself as a not only a mother to her children but of the mountains. This connection has made her a better guide, mom, and human on this planet.
Watch Julia working with Lynsey Dyer in the Back country: Here
Leigh & Spring McClurg
Leigh & Spring McClurg are Photographers, Writers and Adventurers based on the Coast of British Columbia. After moving back to Springs home country of Canada from Ireland in 2010 they quickly developed a passion for exploring the great outdoors and the mountains that they now viewed as their backyard. They capture through their imagery what it feels like to experience the natural world as well as share their stories with others now in the hopes that they too can feel inspired to learn the freedom that moving in the Mountains affords.
Exploring the Mountains and being in the natural world Leigh and Spring are huge advocates for "leave no trace".