The climbing brand from Tyrol - Chillaz

Feel the nature

Time to chill

Playful, stylish, colorful, but at the same time functional and robust – Chillaz stands for a connection with nature and a passion for new designs.

For more than 20 years, we have been developing sustainable clothing that accompanies you in your sport, that you can rely on and that lasts a long time. Perfect for your adventures in nature, climbing, bouldering, parkour, slackline, but also for your everyday life at work or in your free time in a café or at the bar with friends. Nature is our life, which is why we act according to the Chillaz philosophy, treat all resources with care and keep distances short. We take our responsibility seriously and strive for more together.


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Inside Chillaz

Stories and highlights from the climbing world. News from the Chillazfamily.



In 2002, Markus Haid, a previously little-known climber from Ötztal, managed to climb one of the most difficult lines in Tyrol for the first time.The very athletic line, which fits perfectly aesthetically into the mystical Niederthai forest climbing area, is Markus'...

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Boulder Workshop

Boulder Workshop

The bouldering workshop with Kilian Fischhuber from Kletter@vent 2022 was an unforgettable experience for the lucky winners. They were able to look forward to a session with the pro in mid-January and it was well worth it.

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Sustainable packaging

Sustainable packaging

Sustainable packaging for textiles is an important contribution to environmental protection. One option is to use biodegradable materials such as paper, cardboard or corn starch.

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Sustainability in the Tyrolean style

Similar to a gourmet restaurant, it is also crucial for us where and under what circumstances our ingredients are produced. With realistic facts and figures, we want to convey the truth about sustainability in the textile industry and at the same time ensure that each of our employees is financially secure and enjoys working in the Chillaz family. Find out about Chillaz’s measures and goals for environmentally friendly production.

Flagship Store

In our flagship store at the Chillaz headquarters in Vomp, you will find a large selection of our current collection. Come by, try on your favorite pieces in the relaxed atmosphere of the Chillaz family, get advice and take your new favorite pieces with you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Chillaz clothing produced?
Our main textile production is located in Turkey. More precisely, to the west of the Bosporus, i.e. geographically in Europe. We have been working closely with our local partners for more than 20 years and are developing and expanding our production together with them. This is the only way we can meet our high quality standards. The fabrics or fibers we need come from well-known manufacturers in Turkey, Austria and Italy. In recent years, we have added other manufacturers in the EU (Croatia, Italy, Poland and Slovenia) who specialize in certain products in our collection.
Is Chillaz clothing vegan?
Not 100 percent! Some of our hats and many warm garments in the collection are made of wool. In general, we try to avoid animal ingredients. If you want to be on the safe side, you can read the exact composition in each product description. All leather patches that you find on our clothing are made of artificial leather and are therefore also vegan.
How sustainably are Chillaz products manufactured?
Unfortunately, sustainability is a word that is used far too often and inaccurately. For us, it goes without saying that we treat people and the environment fairly. What we do is what we call “common sense business”.

Our materials are carefully selected, from the fiber to the dye used. We focus in particular on natural and ecologically efficient fibers such as Lyocell (TENCEL™) or Modal (TENCEL™) from Austria. Modern production facilities enable us to further reduce water consumption and the use of chemicals.

In addition, short distances are very important to us. A large proportion of the materials used come from Turkey itself or from Europe. This protects both the environment and our nerves. As we take care of production in Turkey ourselves, we are also very flexible. Our seamstresses, launderers, printers and dyers etc. are quickly on site. Of course, we can’t look over everyone’s shoulder, but we choose our suppliers and producers very carefully.


Is organic cotton used?
Due to the difficulty of traceability, we do not use cotton that is certified as “organic”. The supply of this type of cotton is far greater than the actual global production. The many organic certificates and seals do nothing to change this. As long as we cannot say with a clear conscience that our cotton fabrics are really 100% organic, we leave them alone. Nevertheless, we are striving to take the step towards certified organic cotton, as the production of conventional cotton requires an enormous amount of chemicals. So far, we have been using Lyocell (TENCEL™) or Modal (TENCEL™) in many of our products in combination with proven high-quality cotton from trusted traders.