Boarding For Breast Cancer

New Collaborative Insole by Remind and B4BC Raises Breast Cancer Awareness
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It’s a vital period dedicated to raising awareness, supporting survivors, and encouraging early detection through regular screenings. Alongside our friends at Boarding For Breast Cancer—and countless others—we aim to do just that through a collaborative insole to push the needle a little further.

But our collaboration with B4BC is far more than just an insole collab. It’s a joint effort to truly make a dent in something we believe whole-heartedly in. The B4BC team is on the road year round at various surf, skate, and snow events, mountain resorts, music festivals, and more with the simple message of: Early Detection + Healthy, Active Lifestyle = Best Prevention. They’re making such a difference and it’s truly something we admire.

“We’re thrilled to collaborate with Remind Insoles,” says B4BC. “Not only do they feel good on your feet, but we are amongst some of the action sports industries' most iconic and legendary athletes and artists!"

Constructed on our Destin Impact silhouette with artwork by @awwdehh, these insoles contribute to a great cause and will certainly bring some awareness around this important month. A portion of proceeds go to and again, most importantly, you’ll be helping countless individuals learn about early detection while supporting survivors all the same.

Since 1996, B4BC has educated over 1,000,000 young people how to do a self breast exam and the importance of early detection and a healthy active lifestyle. That’s huge! We’re thrilled to be working alongside such a caring, compassionate team.

Get a closer look at the new B4BC insoles here. And learn more about this amazing foundation at
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