EXIT is a nonprofit experiential brand that explores escaping the chaos of everyday life through surfing, skating and snowboarding.
EXIT was created out of the love for surfing, skating and snowboarding cultures. These cultures have shaped unique communities, which was the inspiration for the concept of EXIT. One of the ways that we give back to these communities is by donating 100% of our profits to local surfing, skateboarding and snowboarding nonprofits. To date, EXIT has donated to the A.skate Foundation, Life Rolls On, Stoked, Heal the Bay, Boarding for Breast Cancer, Waves for Water, Black Surfers Collective and Surfrider Foundation.
We started out printing limited editions of our shirts to keep costs down for customers and generate larger profits that were donated to local surfing, skateboarding and snowboarding nonprofits.
Today, we offer year-round seasonal collections that allow us to achieve the same goals that we set on day one. We still offer fair pricing for our customers and donate 100% of our profits to local industry related nonprofits.
Our shirts are also available at Rider Shack in Los Angeles.
In the beginning of 2018, we started exploring some ideas of how we could evolve the brand by creating a new product that would allow us to continue to give back to the community and industry related nonprofits. We came up with the idea of creating a zine that could be a catalyst for not only raising money to donate, but as a way to empower local surfers and skaters with the education and equipment to express their creativity through art, design and photography.
We are donating 100% of the profits of the zine to local surf and skate nonprofits. The profits from the first issue will be donated to Stoked. In the near future we will also be offering internships to local surfers and skaters to work on the zine, with the goal of helping them gain some real world experience in art, design and photography.
Connect with us to say hello or inquire about our t-shirts, skateboards and how to get our products in your store.