Janji is the only apparel brand built around letting runners give back outside of a race.
With the end of the Livestrong/Nike partnership, there is no socially conscious fitness brand, even though runners raised $1.2 billion for charity through races in 2012. We're a team of runners changing this.
Each piece of Janji's technical running apparel has a design inspired by a country and $4 from each pair sold helps provide that country with proper nutrition or clean water. Janji is now sold in over 90 stores across the country, has investments from top running store owners, and has donated over $25,000 for food and water projects around the world.
At Janji we want to disrupt the one billion dollar American running apparel industry and, in the near future, the $132 billion global fitness apparel market. In the process, we're giving food, water, and hope to communities around the world.