Tripulse Changemaker Hub - Nele Dörk from Runnerfeelings

Tripulse Changemaker Hub - Nele Dörk from Runnerfeelings

Tripulse Changemaker Hub is a platform where we showcase individuals or organizations from anywhere in the world who are actively working on something that creates a positive impact in the world. One such changemaker is Nele Dörk who is the creator of the German running blog "Runnerfeelings" . She motivates others to pick up running (and stick to it!), shares training plans and gives authentic insights into the world of a runner.
Life Below Water: A Deep Dive into Sustainable Development Goal 14 and its link to activewear

Life Below Water: A Deep Dive into Sustainable Development Goal 14 and its link to activewear

If we continue as we are, they’ll be more plastic than fish in the oceans by 2050. Learn about sustainable development goal 14: Life below water, and help change the trend. And what activewear has to do with it.
7 Sustainable Fashion Certifications You Need to Know (and why!)

7 Sustainable Fashion Certifications You Need to Know (and why!)

Do sustainable fashion certifications make your head spin? Don't worry, in this post we’ll introduce you to the top 7 you need to know.
What material is sportswear made from? Everything you need to know about these 4 sportswear fabrics

What material is sportswear made from? Everything you need to know about these 4 sportswear fabrics

A comparison of the sustainability of popular fabrics used in sportswear and Tencel, an up-and-coming alternative
How Can Greenwashing Be Avoided? A Guide to Transparency in the Fashion Industry

How Can Greenwashing Be Avoided? A Guide to Transparency in the Fashion Industry

Did you know 81% of shoppers conduct research before they buy? With studies (1) showing a shift in global consumer habits based on environmental factors, it seems people are looking for the ethics and impact of their investments. But when information is hidden behind cliches and unclear claims, it can be hard to decipher the truth.
How can fashion reduce water waste? Our Innovative move towards a solution

How can fashion reduce water waste? Our Innovative move towards a solution

How much water do you use in a day? Now, you might be thinking about how many glasses you’ve gone through, or how many times you’ve topped up your water bottle. Perhaps your daily shower has crossed your mind too. But have you ever considered how much water went into making your clothes?
The Cost Per Wear Concept: 3 Easy Ways to Keep Your Activewear Looking New for Longer

The Cost Per Wear Concept: 3 Easy Ways to Keep Your Activewear Looking New for Longer

3 ways to keep your activewear looking new for longer.
High-performance activewear for every workout

High-performance activewear for every workout

Head to the gym. Yank up the waistband. Pull down the strap. Debate where to put your phone. Squat, but not so far down you can see through your pants. Reach up, but not so high your top rides up. Kit straight in the wash and repeat the next day.
Our 5 steps to user-centric design

Our 5 steps to user-centric design

Learn how we co-create our products with the end user in the center. For us, great design means products that people will truly love and want to wear for a long time.
Happy New Year! How to set (And Stick to!) Eco-Friendly Goals for a Greener 2022

Happy New Year! How to set (And Stick to!) Eco-Friendly Goals for a Greener 2022

Can you believe it’s January already? It feels like Christmas was only yesterday. Now that the leftovers have been eaten and guests have gone home, it’s time to set our goals for the new year.
Major Milestones of the Tripulse Journey

Major Milestones of the Tripulse Journey

Our founder Franziska took a break from the corporate world and went to Asia to figure out how she can truly make an impact in this world and can help tackle one of the biggest challenges of our times, climate change. Putting her passions of sports, health and sustainability together and her frustration with plastics in sportswear, her idea of Tripulse was born.
How a Circular Lifestyle Helps Biodiversity Thrive

How a Circular Lifestyle Helps Biodiversity Thrive

Natural design has always been part of the textile and clothing industries. Thousands of years ago we used the silkworm to produce silk in ancient China and the flax plant to create linen in ancient Greece. (1) What tied all of this together was biodiversity. From agriculture to forestry, raw material production for clothing relies on biodiversity for organism health, access to water and fertile soil. (2) The clothing industry doesn’t need a rethink. It just needs to return to its natural design to stay circular.