A good day on the water starts with a little forethought, planning, and preparation.
Our story starts with June, the real-life matriarch of our family and our inspiration for junedays.
We hope you’ll create your own great experiences, building stories alongside our goods and accessories.
We designed them to be kinder on the planet and to inspire your next, perfect day.
Socially Conscious & Sustainable
More than just the environment, our ethos focuses on creating a resilient ecosystem of people and products with a shared mission.
We embrace progress over perfection, thinking in systems from our practices to our products.
We’re partnering with 1% for the Planet, pledging 1% of our sales to the preservation & restoration of the natural environment. This initiative understands that profit and loss are directly linked to the earth’s health, and are concerned with the social and environmental impacts of industry.
junedays is committed to assessing some of the ways we can reduce our carbon footprint as we make new products & ship them to people. We think of this as how we calculate our emissions in our first year.
We are working towards B Corp accreditation looking at how we can reconnect with ourselves and restore our balance with nature. We have a vision of zero-waste, all while prioritizing connection to our customers and the planet.
We have a clear set of internal values that we use at junedays to help guide our decisions.
We advocate for nature
We leave things better than we found them
We are good stewards with what we have
We care for others
We never stop learning
When we see a problem, we seek to be the solution
We lead by example
We are stewards of history
We’re committed to education around sun safety and supporting research and innovation around skin cancer, America’s most common cancer.
We believe every person should feel comfortable on the water. That’s why we’re committed to education and resources about water safety.
We’re advocates for water conservation. As a pillar of our own family, we strive to be stewards of the water to leave the planet a better place than we found it.