Founded in 1996: Seattle, Washington
Founded in 1996 and based out of Seattle, Washington. Beyond makes survival clothing systems produced domestically either in-house or a hand selected manufacturer in the USA. These garments were designed and engineered with the mission in mind: survival.
Layering Systems Designed for Survival
Beyond was created out of the need for survival clothing systems engineered specifically with the mission in mind. We build clothing systems, training for those systems, and future-use concepts that drive the way we think about human exposure to all environments. Fusing technology, field experience and training into our products allows for a capability that adapts to all environments for one purpose – “The Save.”
Made in the USA
Domestic manufacturing allows for a much shorter communication line to the factory. Whether we are producing in-house or with one of our partners, it is much easier to audit quality and produce real-time domestically. This allows our company to be extremely flexible and dynamic as opposed to the traditional seasonal builds of our competitors.
THE AXIOS LAYERING SYSTEM
The AXIOS clothing system is the most complete, technical survival clothing system ever developed to support your mission. The seven layer AXIOS system uses the most advanced fabrics currently available, offering a Berry Compliant synthetic clothing system of uncompromised quality and integrity. The system incorporates both active and static subsystems, fusing them into one synergistic survival clothing system. The AXIOS system breathes incredibly well, dries very fast and is designed to work with the user and their gear from -40°F to 45°F. This offers the customer unparalleled freedom to adapt their clothing system to dynamic environmental conditions and mission sets. Everything about the AXIOS system is geared toward comfort and functionality to help achieve mission success.
In the fall of 2013, Beyond completely remodeled its Seattle headquarters. We wanted to create a space that gave our community a transparent view of the brand. We think it’s important for people to know where their clothing comes from, who makes it and what it takes to make products in America. Today our facility is open 5 days a week and we encourage our customers to check out our space and learn more about our process.