When the Regatta adventure began, there were just 12 of them. It was 1981.
Back then the outdoors was about intrepid explorers, but they just wanted to open their front door and have fun. And they wanted everyone else out there with them too.
So they made great products that people could afford, clothing to get people outside and enjoying the fresh air without worrying what it would cost. That’s still what counts for Regatta.
And they are still doing it. Still thinking of new ways to help people, still inspired by the great outdoors and still hanging by the front door when you need them.
And it’s still what counts for the ramblers, amblers, hikers, and bikers, campers, and gardeners and daily commuters, dog walkers, show jumpers and multi-tasking mums, picnickers, backpackers, kids playing ball and dads at the footie, urban roamers and beachcombers and puddle-loving children and everyone else they’ve helped start their own adventure.
There were 12 of them.
Now there are millions.
For every Adventure.