eco apparel inspired by real adventures

Our Story

Our Story

born by adventure


Wild Movements began early one morning on a hike to Blanca Lake in Washington State; which now bears its image on a pair of our leggings (Blanca So Blue).  The vision was to connect the outdoors to eco conscious clothing and to inspire others to find adventures in the outdoors.

Our clothes are made 100% in the US.  Our clothing is created, manufactured and printed as sustainably, ethically and locally as possible.  All images on the leggings are our own images taken on our real adventures:  In the mountains, on water, and anywhere else we can find it.  Our logo wear is continuously inspired by this wild and crazy ride and hand printed in our studio.  When you support Wild Movements LLC, you support a small family with a dream of making this world a little more wild one adventure at a time.


We carefully choose and create our clothes with a conscious so you can feel good and look good.


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Leah Hemberry is also Colchuck Media's co-creator and obsessive photographer, bringing reality to ideas that seem crazy:

Just make stuff. Real stuff, electronic stuff, stuff that matters. It works for her.  An exemplary student, savvy business person and certified hot mom (according to her loving husband of 14 years), Leah's eye for design has led her to design floral arrangements for the rich and famous, photography and art for the moderately affluent and media for the masses.  And now with Wild Movements, uber comfy super cute yoga pants for all.

Behind the camera, Leah brings artwork to leggings and also handles the day to day business of running Wild Movements, continuing the vision of connecting adventures to eco clothing. 

Leah's photographic work has been featured in publications including Rapid Magazine, The Daily Mail, Coast Mountain Culture, Fly Fish Journal and Outside Online as well as The Book of Handstands.  As a videographer, her work has traveled the world on tour with Banff Film Festival and she continues to produce work that aims to connect people to the natural world.

No stranger to the nuances of travel over rock, snow or water, Leah is a country girl who has grown to be a citizen of her world, actively fighting for the basic human rights of health and well being. That, and she grows a mean garden.

Because in the end you won't remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn.  Go climb that god damn mountain. -Jack Kerouac