Kids Outdoor Clothing – Adventure clothing for the next generation
Amamaya provide technical kids outdoor clothing for truly adventurous children. Our kid specific designs are made to last, look good and most importantly to perform.
A Little Bit About Us
Amamaya Clothing is a family run business that has launched to provide technical quality kit for kids from 1-12 years old. We are climbers, mountaineers, kit lovers and most recently parents of our own little adventurer. Our initial small range of clothing launched in 2016. We are extending the range now and new stock will be online this year. Our range currently includes our Gokyo Childrens Hats, Lukla Childrens Baselayers and Ama Dablam Kids T-Shirts.
We set up Amamaya Clothing when our daugter was born. Although there are some great brands for kids out there we knew we had something to offer the market. Amamaya Clothing wants to contribute to there being more choice when it comes to specialist kids outdoor clothing. We want our daughter to have the same level of protection and comfort that we find in our own kit, if not better. Our kids outdoor clothing is designed in a style we would want to wear ourselves whilst ensuring all our designs remain kid specific, comfortable and they perform to support our kids in nature whilst still looking great.
WALK, HIKE, SKI, CLIMB, CAMP
A Little Bit About Our Name
Our name has been inspired by our trip to Everest Base Camp in Nepal. Our product names are names from the Himalayas. Lukla was once named the worlds most dangerous airport. Its still pretty dangerous now. Ama Dablam is a beautiful Mountain on the way to Everest and the outline is on our T-Shirts. And The Gokyo Lakes are just incredible. Nepal is a country that had a huge impact on us as a couple and now as a family. It is forever ingrained in us and our brand. It was a trip of a lifetime and we hope to take our daughter back there as soon as she is big enough to enjoy the trekking.
Our logo is a rough outline of Ama Dablam, one of the most beautiful mountains you can see on the Everest Base Camp trek, and the design also losely incorporates the Nepalese flag.