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Outdoor Voices Careers

We work & do things in New York City

Outdoor Voices Careers
An Inspiring Environment
Careers - Company Culture
 An Active Team
Company Culture
An Active Team
We feel that Doing Things – moving your body and having fun with friends – outlasts a win when it comes to inspiring sustainably active lives. Our mission is to get people out there and doing things together, to redefine recreation as part of everyday life. From walk-and-talk meetings—taking a few laps around the block instead of sitting at desks—to walking or biking to work instead of driving or taking the subway, Outdoor Voices believes activity shouldn't be approached with intensity and targeted intention. It should be social—and fun.
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Careers - What Outdoor Voices Does 
 Outdoor Voices 101
What Outdoor Voices Does
Outdoor Voices 101
Outdoor Voices is an active lifestyle brand. We make Technical Apparel for Recreation. We believe in freeing fitness from performance, and embrace activity with ease, humor, and delight.
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Careers - Office Life
 Inspiring Collaboration
Office Life
Inspiring Collaboration
We’re casual joggers, dog walkers, hikers, dribble-dribblers, and team players who integrate activity into everything we do – from product design to team culture. Our goal is to grow the OV Community by participating in it, to inspire doing things together by doing things, together.
 
 
"Our goal is to take something that sometimes feels unapproachable and make it more inclusive, non-prescriptive, and playful.”
-Lauren Powell
Design
 
"Our goal is to take something that sometimes feels unapproachable and make it more inclusive, non-prescriptive, and playful.”
 
 
“We have a lot of fun—but don’t let the laid-back approach fool you. The people at Outdoor Voices are some of the smartest and hardest-working I’ve ever met.”
-Andrew Parietti
President
 
“We have a lot of fun—but don’t let the laid-back approach fool you. The people at Outdoor Voices are some of the smartest and hardest-working I’ve ever met.”